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It is a well-known fact, accepted by most psychologists, that students assimilate knowledge in different ways. Several categories of learners have been identified: oral, visual, kinetic. This has doubtless implications for the second language classroom, as each of the types sees their learning boosted if suitable activities responding to their individual needs are furnished.
In our capacity as managers of the learning process, we must cater for all these learning styles, namely through an adequate range of tasks.
Communicative activities, group work, and tasks aimed at bringing about and consolidating a network of human relationships (the so-called ice-breaking or getting-to-know-you activities) will be therefore a focus of our lesson plans.
This book is thought for helping English teachers at universities, private and Official Schools of Languages.
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