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Why are there so many insecurities as a language learner? How to change it? Here are 25 qualities of good language learners and what to do.
Janet Mahat saved to Lesson planning ideas
Reading Time: 10 minutes Hey fellow language learner! If you’re here, then I take it you’re pretty smart. You realized the benefits of keeping a language notebook and now your ready to take your study game to the next level. Though some of your language learning peers may totally sleep on the idea of keeping notes on paper (*gasp*), […]
Joy Wykowski saved to Projects to Try
Reading Time: 14 minutes Hey fellow language notes lover! Since you’re here, I’ve taken you asked yourself more than a few times, “how can I organize my language notes?” What is the most efficient way to organize your language notebook? Because lord knows this is no easy task. As with everything else when it comes to language learning, note-taking […]
クリスティン saved to notes inspo
Check out this awesome 30 Day Language Learning Challenge! Each day learn new language learning tips. This is one of the most effective ways to learn a foreign language. #languagehacks #learnlanguage
Manohar Singh saved to Hangul🌼🌷
Comprehension is the reason for reading. If readers can read the words but do not understand or connect to what they are reading, they are not really reading. This lesson provides useful reading comprehension strategies for English language learners.
Marvin Hardware saved to improve life
Here is a list with 30 of the best gifts for language learners! From books to subscriptions to printables to merch and more.
𓆩♡𓆪 Jolieee 𓆩♡𓆪 saved to f r e n c h
The image you see here is a visualization (which is obviously not comprehensive) of how a given piece of information in a language might get lodged into your brain. The piece of information could be anything: a vocabulary word, a grammar rule, pronunciation, a character, etc. Every one of those lines emanating from the piece of information connects with one kind of exposure. The more exposures you get, the more connections your brain draws to that piece of information. The more repetitions…
Linguistically responsive teaching: Strategies to support international students and language learners - Learning and Teaching at Navitas
Margot Volem presents theories in second language acquisition research and shares strategies to support multi-language learners in the classroom.
reka55 saved to multilingualism, bilingualism
Writing in your target language is SO important and often overlooked. Check out this post for benefits, tips, strategies, and 50 prompts!
Audreymouse saved to French