The English proficiency tests are based on communicative principles, it is important to apply communicative principles in the language classroom. The basis of the communicative approach is:
In my opinion, rote learning activity is often different than meaningful learning. It refers to memorizing and recalling previously learned information.
Rote learning means memorizing what we study in our schools or our universities.It means just memorizing because we have an exam. Rote learning is not learning, it is less meaningful in our study. In addition to,it gives us bad feeling… Read moreRote Learning and Meaningful Learning
Teachers nowadays who teach a foreign language use repetition trying to teach students this language but what they don’t know is that no one can tell you how to learn a foreign language without really trying . This method doesn’t… Read moreBetter ways to learn
Learning is an important part of our lives. But do we learn in the correct way?As David Ausubel’s defined learning a language needs a meaningful learning. It is connecting new information with background knowledge. But, on the other hand their… Read moreMeaningful learning and rote activities
Learning is a developmental process. There is a difference between rote learning and meaningful learning. Meaningful learning occurs when we have the ability to form relations by comparing between what we hear as new information and what we already have… Read moreMeaningful and Rote Learning
In our classroom we miss an important thing, it including healthy doses of discovery learning and providing less teacher talk than we usually do to let the students work things out on their own. These are some of the contributions… Read moreInjecting Healthy Doses of Discovery Learning
“Injecting healthy doses” is a creative, wise metaphor that expresses, materializes new, better methods of teaching in classrooms. An injection is a needle or a shot filled with medicine given to a sick, tired unhealthy patients. The injection is a… Read moreLanguage Learning Mid-Term Discovery Learning