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COGNITIVE SKILLS IN PRESCHOOLERS

According to Piaget’s theory of cognitive development children aged 3-6 years old are in preoperational stage of their lifespan. During this period logical thinking and solving problem skills begin to form.
20/11/2016

TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE (TPR) METHOD

TPR is one of the variety ways of teaching young learners, because children naturally delight in movement. TPR method requires instant reactions to the language without thinking too much, what reduce students’ stress and a language barrier.
25/1/2016

WHY TELL STORIES TO CHILDREN?

Children love listening to stories. It is a natural way for them to assimilate a language. For this reason, teachers use storytelling as a perfect introduction to the foreign language in a familiar context. What is more, stories are motivating and develope social skills.
3/12/2015

HOW CHILDREN ASSIMILATE A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

It is believed that children can start learning a foreign language as early as possible even if they cannot speak their mother tongue. It is crucial to organise optimal conditions to learn the language naturally in the same way as the first language.
31/10/2015

TEACHING PRONUNCIATION

To avoid misunderstanding the learners have to differentiate between English sounds. That is why activities to practice sound pronunciation, word stress and intonation are crucial for the learning process.
16/9/2015

GARDNER'S MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES

A teacher, who would like to organize a great lesson involving all students, has to take into consideration that everyone learns in different way. Howard Gardner lists eight types of intelligence which have direct influence on people's learning style.
26/7/2015
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