Many people think that learning English is a difficult task, but I like to see it as a fun and interesting challenge that brings students into an exciting new paradigm, the metaphor of language superheroes. First of all, students tend to study English too seriously, not to say that this is an easy subject to despise. But if we can all laugh at our mistakes and be happy with our creation, then English is a lot of laughter and will bring us a lot of fun, as will Shakespeare’s endless sense of humor to him. To free students from the doom and depression that plague them, and to free them from fear, I want to share some useful skills that will help students take the path of superheroes like Odysseus. Epic Greek Poetry. Therefore, the student does not have to say “This is Greek to me”, it is an English pronunciation that you do not understand.
Whether you are a teacher or a student, learning English is a mission and vision as this language will enable you to reach a new level of excellence while reaching a new field of literature, technology, cooking and even science. Your teachers may not be teaching for money as they are likely to appreciate the satisfaction of empowering students. Teaching English, for example, allows researchers and surgeons to succeed in their work. Teachers’ gifts are returned to them in a unique way, other than with money, such as when they are appreciated or benefit from a new scientific discovery. For these and other reasons, once English for speakers of other languages courses are completed, most educators will seek to provide students with technologies that they can use in the future.
With this in mind, let’s explore the ways students can learn English on their own. First, it is helpful to have a tutor prepare to point out areas you should investigate (such as your weaknesses). A teacher who really cares helps you gently find faults without making you feel sad. He or she should not be a teacher who condemns students, but a teacher who promotes the development of students in intelligence and creativity. In other words, your teacher has to free you from some mistakes and at the same time show you a fantastic world of words in a literary context.
Native English speakers have a secret secret: they love literature in all genres, from poetry to novels to science fiction. Their school spends more time on literary analysis of fictional literature than on grammar itself. Therefore, this kind of ongoing dialogue in the classroom includes elements of the English style, be it informal or formal, dialogue or written form. Once the student has learned the basic vocabulary of approximately 1500 words, he or she can explore basic level literature until the student reaches a higher level.
Some politicians and educators declare that novels are useless. This kind of thinking is narrow-minded, as the novel not only expands vocabulary, but also allows English learners to consider different points of view in different settings, whether they are in the fictional world of the past or the future. Fiction allows students to question the world around them, while at the same time developing concepts that can be expanded into other areas, such as science and technology. Therefore, there is no doubt that the primary method of improving the level of literature is literary exploration.
In addition to learning English through fiction, students should also regularly read non-fiction articles in news and academic magazines. It’s best to choose the length of the article based on your attention span, so if you like short articles, you can choose 500-word articles. As the student’s attention increases, he or she may opt for longer, more detailed articles or even scientific journals for researchers. The more subjects someone reads, the more vocabulary she develops in different subjects.
Today, students can take advantage of “Ted Talks” which are easy to find online. These lectures last 15 to 20 minutes, cover a variety of academic topics, and come with a transcript with notes that can be easily downloaded. I recommend delivering these lectures to my students by experts in their respective fields as native speakers and non-native speakers, regardless of their skill. Other similar sites with free readings may appear in the future. Students can check out some of the free courses offered online by various universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other English-speaking countries.
If the students did not examine some films that can be watched in English, they would be negligent. Amazon, Netflix, Tube TV, You Tube, and similar sites all offer multi-accent films from different English-speaking countries. By watching and listening to movies in their native language, students will improve their ability to understand the words of others.
We must not forget that students need to develop their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Speaking and writing are production skills, while reading and listening are comprehension skills. Some learners are good at language production, while others are good at language comprehension. While students try to learn on their own, they must participate in activities related to the production and understanding of these four languages.
To improve their production skills, it is recommended that students write English pen buddies and participate in activities to talk to other English speakers. It is also easy to talk to English speakers via online video chat. There are people all over the world who are willing and willing to help students practice. In some cases this help is free, but professional teachers must charge a reasonable fee. Rather than spend money on expensive schools, it is better to hire skilled teachers who have taken private lessons (teachers with university certificates). In addition, some people with TEFL and CELTA certificates have learned to teach English in a short period of time. They are also effective coaches, ready to teach online and face-to-face classes. Regardless of whether you choose a school or a teacher, no matter what choice you make, you should consider the student’s personal learning style. Therefore, it is wise to ask your potential coach how much he/she knows about meeting students’ needs.
Many books and online digital activities can help students better understand grammar. Some students prefer a book, with answers at the end of the book. Others, on the other hand, like the participation of on-site teachers. When students deal out loud with grammatical problems, the teacher provides feedback. Grammar is still very important, but when there are so many idioms, verbs, and unique personal expressions in English, students cannot and should not rely on grammar alone.
While teachers and schools are still important ways of learning, students must be proactive as students are ultimately responsible for their own learning. Teachers who act as facilitators (who promote learning by giving students tips on effective learning strategies) are important change agents that go beyond their responsibilities to humanity and improve interpersonal relationships. Learners should remember to use a positive inquiry attitude to find answers.