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Principles of Language Learning and Teaching Chapter 3
 
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Views: 4284 Oscar Valencia
Principles of Language Learning with Lydia Machova - Part 1
 
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Sign Up For Your Free Email Listening Course! And discover the secret to understanding native speakers in any language, at any speed...http://learn.iwillteachyoualanguage.com/yt-optin-listening Welcome to this 5-part series, where I'm joined by my friend Lydia Machova, from LanguageMentoring.com (https://www.languagementoring.com/) We'll be discussing the fundamentals of language learning, according to Lydia's framework for teaching and learning. Lydia is a professional interpreter, speaks 9 languages herself, has organised the Polyglot Gathering in Bratislava, and now teaches people to learn languages independently. In Today's Episode: Take responsibility for your own learning: - Today we have the internet – an incredible resource for learning any language - The different between language material and instruction materials - Finding a language school is not the answer, and can lead to a dangerous mindset My name is Olly Richards, and on this channel I document my experiments in foreign language acquisition: • Rapid language learning • Writing Chinese characters • Languages and travel...on location! • Daily study routines • Advanced level tactics To see some of my previous experiments, why not try... • Learn Thai in 14 Days: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQJscr8iS4eEA0CRSgEhNJ6sM0p-Y2Im2 • Learn To Write Chinese (Traditional Characters) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQJscr8iS4eHCMT-LknqViItNhH80tKTV • Daily Study Routines and Schedules https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZVhhQM5M0E If you're interested in becoming a better language learner, and discovering the secrets to learning languages quickly, be sure to check out my podcast: https://www.iwillteachyoualanguage.com/podcast-home/
Views: 1882 Olly Richards
Principles of accelerated language learning - Grigory Kazakov | PG 2018
 
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This video was recorded at the Polyglot Gathering in Bratislava 2018 ( https://www.polyglotbratislava.com/ ).
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How to Learn a Language: INPUT  (Why most methods don't work)
 
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The first 500 people to click my link will get two months of Skillshare Premium for FREE! http://skl.sh/learned4 ▲Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WILearned ▲Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeverettlearned RECOMMENDED BOOKS to get started in developing a productive approach to learning a language: ・Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition by Stephen Krashen ・Fluent forever by Gabriel Wyner ・Fluent in 3 months by Benny Lewis ◆I don't agree with everything in these books. For example, Benny Lewis has some great approaches to language, but I don't agree with "Use the Language from Day 1" unless you are entirely comfortable embarrassing yourself in front of strangers. As per Krashen's Input Theory, The affective filter hypothesis states that learners' ability to acquire language is constrained if they are experiencing negative emotions such as fear or embarrassment. I totally agree with this based on my experience and think this is why "classroom language teaching" does not work. You are risking embarrassment every time the teacher calls on you and may be in fear of failing as you study the language. ◆Also, I do not think techniques for "memorizing" words are a good use of your time, unless you are taking a language test. If your aim is to learn the language to where you can understand media in that language and have enjoyable conversations, then mnemonics are not helpful. This is because they facilitate "learning" of the language and not "acquisition." For example, if someone says "Do you know what taberu means?" You can access your mnemonic of "I eat on a table [TABEru means eat!]," but if someone says to you "issho ni gohan tabenai?" you probably won't be able to rapidly comprehend this phrase and respond in a natural way. ◆The distinction between acquisition and learning is tricky, but very important to keep in mind while you develop methods to acquiring your target language in an efficient manner. ・Beginner Vocabulary: Try and find the "Core 100" words of your target language. After you get those down, move on to the next 100 and so on. The "core" is the most commonly used words (make sure the list you get distinguishes between the 100 most commonly used spoken words and written words) Relevant resource: https://fluent-forever.com/the-method/vocabulary/base-vocabulary-list/ ・Beginner Grammar: I recommend Tim Ferriss's "13 Sentences for introducing yourself to the Grammar. https://youtu.be/dxqo47eGOLs?t=178 SHADOWING ・Shadowing is simply finding a clip of a native speaker speaking and mimicking everything about their speech - pacing, intonation, cadence, and most importantly of course: pronunciation ・Try and shadow with video clips that show the speakers mouth so you can copy their mouth positioning. ・Especially if you're a beginner, do not attempt to shadow everything. For example a beginner shadowing session of an English sentence like "Hey bro I was thinking we should go grab some steak at that place around the corner when we finish work." would be like "Hey bro .... grab some... around the corner.... work." In short, you don't want to rush yourself to try and copy everything because you will mumble and that is not a good habit ・Be attentive of your frustration level. Shadowing is super hard and challenging. Let your goal be to slowly increase the amount of time you can sit in frustration. For example, one day you start shadowing, get super frustrated because you feel like you can't get more than 3 syllables right at a time and give up in 10 minutes. No problem. See if you can sit in that frustration for 11 minutes the next day. Don't overload yourself and turn language learning into a chore or you'll become more and more averse to doing language acquisition and shoot yourself in the foot. ・BEGINNERS may be especially frustrated, but even a little bit of shadowing will be very helpful. Work your way up from just 5 minutes or so. ・Get apps like "Video Speed Controller" for chrome so you can quickly adjust the video's speed on the fly. (Being able to quickly adjust the speed is especially helpful if you have one character in a TV show who mumbles and other characters who speak really clearly) ・RECORD yourself. This is a tip from @Dogen, and I wish I implemented this more often when I was learning Japanese, it adds more time to your practice, but really does reveal where your pronunciation is lacking. JAPANESE ・If you're trying to improve your Japanese skills, particularly pronunciation, I recommend checking out @Dogen . He's got a funny youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/Dogen But if you're interested in specifics on how to step up your Japanese, check out https://www.patreon.com/dogen ・JLPT - If you're aiming to pass the JLPT, DON't waste any time on WRITING Kanji. It's 100% not necessary for the test (As of 2012). Just make sure you know the stroke order behind Kanji. Featured music: Broke for Free - Only Knows For Business inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 661169 What I've Learned
Applying the 80/20 principle to language learning
 
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Sign Up For Your Free Email Listening Course! And discover the secret to understanding native speakers in any language, at any speed...http://learn.iwillteachyoualanguage.com/yt-optin-listening My approach to applying the 80/20 (Pareto) principle to language learning.
Views: 4603 Olly Richards
How to learn any language in six months | Chris Lonsdale | TEDxLingnanUniversity
 
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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Chris Lonsdale is Managing Director of Chris Lonsdale & Associates, a company established to catalyse breakthrough performance for individuals and senior teams. In addition, he has also developed a unique and integrated approach to learning that gives people the means to acquire language or complex technical knowledge in short periods of time. Jan-21-2014 Update. The video transcripts are now available via the following links: English Only: http://www.the-third-ear.com/files/TEDx-ChrisLonsdale-LearnAnyLanguage6Months.pdf English + Chinese Translation: http://www.kungfuenglish.com/files/TEDx-ChrisLonsdale-LearnAnyLanguage6Months-ENG-CHS.pdf In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 14734958 TEDx Talks
7 Principles of Language Learning #2 (by Sofie, Dane Fluent in Korean)
 
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Her Korean is pretty amazing as you saw in the Korean interview. But she speaks many other languages as well. Let's hear from her! Her Korean learning secret is actually very common sense. (스펀지마인드spongemind)
Views: 847 SpongeMind TV
Language learning - The Most Effective Method Of All
 
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There is lots of research and discussion on the most effective way to learn languages. The answer is, whatever you enjoy doing with the language. Transcript: Hi there, Steve Kaufmann here. First of all, I want to say that I did a webcam interview with Luca, the wonderful Italian polyglot. We are going to put it up here at my YouTube channel, but I’m waiting until I’m away because while I’m away I can’t do any videos. I’m going to be in Australia and New Zealand and so Alex is going to put up some pictures. I think Luca and I went at it for about 40 minutes or so, so it’s going to be at least four sessions. So that’s when you’ll be seeing those interviews that I did with Luca, just so there’s not a blank for a whole month. I want to talk today, in the subject of language learning, about something that’s kind of been running around in my mind. I come up with all these things that are the key to language learning and I may have used this before, I don’t know, but it suddenly dawned on me that the most important thing is, is it fun. Do you enjoy doing it? I mentioned this in my 7 Secrets to Language Learning, I think the first one was spend the time and the second was to do things that you enjoy doing. Study the full transcript on LingQ: https://goo.gl/pRgnrD Timelines: 0:04 web-cam interview with Luca Lampariello. 0:42 The most important thing is fun. 1:22 The gold-list method by David James review. 4:05 My experience with the gold-list method. 4:49 It works if you enjoy it. 5:42 Time is the most important criteria. 6:09 Does the gold list method work for me? 7:00 Is listening worth spending time? 7:56 You have to find what you actually like doing. 8:19 My way of doing flashcards. 9:10 Creating Lists VS Reading & Listening. 10:46 Passive vocabulary will activate when it’s necessary. 12:46 Finding the content you enjoy is crucial. Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow "Steve's Cafe" Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann
5 techniques to speak any language | Sid Efromovich | TEDxUpperEastSide
 
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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Sid is our resident hyperpolyglot. He grew up in Brazil and after some journeying around the world, he now lives an exciting life in New York where he works as a Sugar Trader. Teaching has always been one of his passions and he has led groups of young leaders since 2006. He has given workshops, talks and classes in 3 different continents and is currently a Master Teacher in Skillshare where he teaches classes on nurturing happiness and learning foreign languages. Sid is also the founder of I Embrace You (formerly called Hug Don't Hate), based in Boston. After presiding over the organization and leading over 100 volunteers annually, he was recognized with the top leadership award in his graduating class at Boston University. He also holds an MBA from Purdue University and from Leibniz Universität. http://guywiththesmile.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Stephen Krashen on Language Acquisition
 
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Stephen Krashen on Language Acquisition from the 80s.
Views: 362464 Mark Rounds
Learning New Languages vs Mastering Core Language Principles
 
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Developers have to keep up to date, but this should be done on a need to nerd basis. Having a deep understanding of core programming principles is key. Learn Python 3: http://www.killervideostore.com/video-courses/beginners_python_3.php Learn web development fast: https://shop.killervideostore.com/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefanmischook/?hl=en Thanks! Stef
Views: 2301 Stefan Mischook
♪ Dane Fluent in Korean - Sofie's 7 Principles of Language Learning #1
 
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♪ Meet Sofie from Denmark. She's a true polyglot, speaking 6 languages fluently. And did I mention her Korean is amazing? She talks about 7 principles of language learning from her blog, http://sofietokorea.com. This video covers #1 of the seven. Don't miss the second video where you can see she's fluent in Korean! ► SpongeMind Podcast (팟캐스트) - Every episode in both Korean and English https://soundcloud.com/spongemind ► Please visit SpongeMind Website! http://spongemind.org (스펀지마인드spongemind)
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Language Learning Theories
 
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Take TESOL online courses to learn how to teach English as a foreign or second language: http://www.integrating-technology.org/course/index.php?categoryid=127 You may find the latest research studies on child language acquisition/learning by Patricia Kuhl of interest http://ilabs.uw.edu/institute-faculty/bio/i-labs-patricia-k-kuhl-phd
Views: 166637 Nellie Deutsch - Ed.D
Teaching Learning Principles
 
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Dr. G. Janardhanan lecture about teaching learning principles.
The G.A.P. Memory Palace For Language Learning Principle
 
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Need help with using a Memory Palace for Language Learning? Make sure you start with the Magnetic Memory Method FREE Memory Improvement course: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/yt Or just dive in to take advantage of this month's special offer: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/ytso Memory Palaces are fantastic devices for learning a language and it's easy to learn how to memorize vocabulary using them. The Mind Palace technique is similar, but not quite the same as the Magnetic Memory Method. Of all the memorization techniques out there, Method of Loci is fun and amazing, but if you want to know how to become a memory master, you're obviously going to want to go beyond that dusty old terminology. How? Get in the G.A.P. with a Memory Palace technique that actually works because it's based on the principles and methods, not some "system" that has been fed to you by another person. We dive deep into this topic and more on this wide-ranging live discussion, so please enjoy, hit me up with your comments below and let me know about your language learning experiences. To you have a Memory Palace foreign language strategy? If not, why not? Even just a rudimentary form of the journey method will do in many cases. For more, please check out this Magnetic Memory Method post and podcast on the 15 Reasons Learning A Language is Good For Your Brain: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/foreign-language/ We've added more reasons today, but for now, I've got more reading to do. Before I go, if you want a hat like mine, check out The Podcast Factory here: http://thepodcastfactory.com/ The Podcast Mogul newsletter I was referring to is here: http://thepodcastfactory.com/podcast-mogul/ And for the "Digital Amnesia" reason why print newsletters are so good? Check that out here: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/digital-amnesia/ For the Magnetic Memory Method Print Newsletter, look no further: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/newsletter-info/ Oh, and people keep asking about this: https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/swag I'll have to see about adding a hat to the mix - stayed tuned! In the meantime, thanks as ever for watching, and until we speak again... Keep Magnetic! :) Sincerely, Anthony Metivier https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com
Views: 1118 Anthony Metivier
REET | PRINCIPLE OF LANGUAGE LEARNING | HEMANT YADAV
 
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In this video Principle of "naturalness" is covered.
Introduction to English Language Learning
 
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Introduction to English Language Learning. Free TEFL course. FREE download Coursebooks: http://teachers.education/pdf/Textbook.pdf http://teachers.education/pdf/Workbook.pdf Dr. H.Douglas Brown - professor emeritus of English as a Second Language at San Francisco State University. Part 1 in this series of TEFL videos. This is the most boring but lays the background for the following 22 videos. TESOL - An Introduction by David Nunan: http://tinyurl.com/ybggxwum -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Teach LEGALLY in Thailand 2017" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRufqH1JomE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Natural Language Music Learning Principle 1: Begin with the "Why?"
 
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This video is part of the 10 part e-learning series "You Too Can Play Music! The Ten Principles of Learning Music That Most Teachers Don't Teach", a natural language learning based approach to learning how to play and understand music. To view the entire series for free please visit https://lammastudios.com/news/ Principle One: Begin with the "Why?" The first step to success in music is discovering the real reasons why we want to play. If our "Why?" is in harmony with our real reasons for playing, learning will be a joy. Why do you want to play music? What draws you to your instrument? What kind of music do you want to play? Who do you want to play with? Who do you want to play for? What do you want it to feel like? Sound like? How do you want music to fit in with the rest of your life? These questions are critical and usually neglected, so getting this step right will get us far ahead right away. When we decide to start playing music, most of us immediately start asking “How?” “How do I play this instrument?” or “How do I win this audition or pass this test?” etc. This is not the best idea. Instead the most important first question is “Why?” “Why do I want to play music?” “Why am I playing today? Why am I standing on stage?” That’s is a much better place to start an exploration of music. Our true answers to “Why?” are usually good ones, like “I love music” or “I want to express my musical ideas” or “I like the way that playing music makes me feel and I want more of that.” These pure and true motives are where we want to put our focus when we learn music. If the “Why?” is answered well, the “How?” will be easy. If we forget our real “Why?” we might start thinking the answer is something like, “I want to not make mistakes” or “I want to get it right” or “I want to not embarrass myself” or “I want to win this audition” or one of many ego-based desires that make music making much more difficult. Instead, we should figure out our real personal “Why?” and remind ourselves regularly, especially while we are playing . This is very important.
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Teaching Skills For Educators - Adult learning principles
 
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Teaching Skills For Educators - Adult learning principles Watch more Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms.Richa Maheshwari, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
3 Principles of Fun & Fast Language Learning - Second: Attentiveness
 
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ATTENTIVENESS - This is the moment. Your past is not judging you. Your future won’t change your present. Don’t think “I’m doing this now, because it’ll make me better later”, think “I’m here right now, what can I notice?” - In the beginning, everything is a blur but by developing a solid foundation, you locus of understanding will continue to expand, and you’ll notice more and more. - Mistakes are good. Mistakes make you notice things. - There will always be times where learning feels like things just “aren’t going in”. Don’t worry, this always happens, and its usually before a breakthrough.If you find our videos useful, make sure to hit the Like button or subscribe for more to come. Do not hesitate to leave comments or questions below. Visit our website for a free webinar: http://www.mandarinblueprint.com/ Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/mandarinblue... https://www.instagram.com/mandarin_bl... https://twitter.com/mandarinbp Thanks for watching! https://youtu.be/pWKRPlYb-Ok
Views: 84 Mandarin Blueprint
Language Learning - 80/20 Rule
 
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The 80:20 rule, or the Pareto Principle, claims that 20% of your activity will give you 80% of your results. Here's what I think we as language learners can take from this concept. Timelines: 0:57 80% - listening and reading, 20% - grammar. 1:33 80:20 for learning most common words. 2:38 How I use sessions with my tutors. 4:15 My Ukrainian tutor. Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow the new LingQ channel: https://goo.gl/WVnzRS Follow "Steve's Cafe" channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann
Community Language Learning (CLL)
 
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Dr Diane Larsen-Freeman presents a series of videos accompanying her book Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching, Oxford 2013, now in its 3rd Edition ( (available as Kindle too) This is a demonstration of the Community Language Learning, often also called Community Counselling Learning, a method created by Charles Curran, a psychology professor making extensive use of the counsellor/client metaphor. In this method, the teacher is the knower and the student is the learner. The lesson demonstration includes a number of interesting techniques, including correction which is non-threatening and supportive
Views: 5375 CELT Athens
chapter 1 language learning and teaching
 
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Subscribe today and give the gift of knowledge to yourself or a friend chapter 1 language learning and teaching Chapter 1 Language Learning and Teaching. Current issues in second language acquisition (SLA). 1-Who? Who does the learning and teaching? Questions about learners and teachers. 2-What? - What must the leaner learn and the teacher teach? -What is communication ? -What is language? 3-How Slideshow 3093645 by fifi show1 : Chapter 1 language learning and teaching show2 : Current issues in second language acquisition sla show3 : Chapter 1 language learning and teaching show4 : Chapter 1 language learning and teaching show5 : Language show6 : Chapter 1 language learning and teaching show7 : Schools of thought in second language acquisition show8 : Structural linguistics and behavioral psychology show9 : Rationalism and cognitive psychology show10 : Chapter 1 language learning and teaching show11 : What did the cognitive psychologists assert show12 : Constructivism show13 : Grammar translation method show14 : Grammar translation method1 show15 : Disadvantages of this method
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The Berlitz Method - Effective Language Learning
 
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The Berlitz Method is natural. You learn a new language the way you learned your first, by listening, repeating and speaking. The Berlitz Method is fast. From your very first lesson, everything is in your new language. The Berlitz Method is effective. Since translation is eliminated, you learn to think in your new language. The Berlitz Method features a conversational approach. You listen and speak, actively participating. It uses a building block approach, expanding your range of expression. Native-fluent instructors ensure that you develop proper pronunciation and grammar. Learn more about The Berlitz Method: http://www.berlitz.us/
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Principles of Adult Learning
 
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A series of short presentations (excerpts from a webinar) outlining: principles of adult learning, learning styles, language, literacy & numeracy (LLN) needs and engaging adult learners.
Views: 3941 Parryville Media
3 Principles of Language Learning
 
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Spanish | Portuguese | Arabic | English www.langmatrix.com
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Tony Robbins - Success Cycle Application to Language Learning
 
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Steve Kaufmann, President of LingQ.com talks about this Anthony Robbins video.http://bit.ly/rMQKl Timelines: 0:06 Tony Robbins. 1:11 Tony Robbins success cycle. 4:04 Tony Robbins principles apply to language learning. 4:30 Have no doubt in reaching your goal. 5:10 We must undertake actions ourselves. 5:44 Stephen Covey. 6:36 Facing fear of failure in language learning. 7:09 The quality of time with a language is important. 7:43 Make you commitment and don’t procrastinate. Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow the new LingQ channel: https://goo.gl/WVnzRS Follow "Steve's Cafe" channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann
Language Learning - Learn Effortlessly
 
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Full transcript for this video: https://blog.thelinguist.com/learning-a-second-language I am not convinced that hard work and deliberate learning is more effective than taking the easy way. Timelines: 0:02 I do things taking the least time. 0:34 Effortless English by AJ Hoge. 0:59 Taoist principles applied to language learning. 2:24 I don’t like looking words up in a dictionary. 3:19 Don’t try to remember any grammar when you read explanations. 3:42 Never do the grammar questions, read the answers instead. 4:40 Don’t spoil the pleasure of reading with comprehension questions. 5:30 An effortless way of working with flashcards. 6:05 Gold list. 6:37 Don’t use a monolingual dictionary. 7:39 Don’t worry about things you don’t understand. 9:21 Trust the brain. Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow the new LingQ channel: https://goo.gl/WVnzRS Follow "Steve's Cafe" channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann
Four Simple Truths About Language Learning
 
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The four most basic language learning principles that apply to everybody.
Views: 644 Eugenial
Principles of Multi-Modal Learning
 
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This video explains some of the principles behind multi-modal learning and universal design.
Views: 6463 Visual Musical Minds
勉強の7つ原則。Learning Languages - 7 Basic Principles.
 
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言葉勉強の自然方法;7つの原則。Steve Kaufmann Timelines: 1:06 頭脳はどういう風に言葉を習うのか?How does brain learn languages? 2:10 第1の原則:頭脳は自動的に習う機会。Brain learns naturally. 3:18 第2の原則:大量のインプット。Lots of meaningful input. 4:23 第3の原則:頭脳に注意を払うに助け。Help your brain to notice things.  5:56 第4の原則:感情が入ればもっと覚えやすい。Engage positive emotions. 6:50 第5の原則:自分を刺激する仕組みが大事。Motivation is important. 8:26 第6の原則:恐れず新しい物を挑戦しよう。Don’t be afraid to challenge new things. 9:23 第7の原則:教室よりインターネットの勉強。Use Internet sources for learning languages. Learn a language at: http://www.lingq.com Visit my blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com
Teaching English without Teaching English | Roberto Guzman | TEDxUPRM
 
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In this talk Roberto discusses his three phase system which he uses to teach English without teaching English, to improve the learning experience for students and the teaching practice for professors. Robert Guzman is a full professor at the University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla Campus. Guzman teaches undergraduate English courses in which he stresses the development of critical thinking skills and hands on language development skills. He’s also a freelance writer and political commentator on the WPRA 990 AM radio show Comunicando with host Toti Figueroa. So far Guzman has published, among other books The Devil’s Advocate Reader, Tropical Tales of Terror, Mitos y Conflictos en la Biblia and Heroes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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How Instant Language Learning Videos Help You SPEAK English
 
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Learn English Instantly HERE: https://bit.ly/2CLm8tM Learn phrasal verbs - the most important part of conversational English - HERE: https://www.bit.ly/2NbsurU Learn about our new app for learning English reading, spelling and pronunciation Instantly HERE: https://www.bit.ly/2NEkgrO Watch the previous video introducing Instant Language Learning here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeIxsMc-NiE In this video, I continue my explanation of The Great Language Learning Lie (that there's a such a thing as a "second" language requiring "second" language education), and go on to show how you can combine Instant Language Learning with the principle of 80/20 to become a great English speaker fast. :)
Views: 40394 EnglishAnyone
Key concepts and principles in English Learning as Foreign Language Methodology
 
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Key concepts and principles in English Learning as Foreign Language Methodology is the best way for teachers and learners who want to apply for their teaching and learning in the educational field.
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Accelerate Language Learning Speed with 2 GREAT Techniques
 
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JOIN my Facebook Inner Circle for FREE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1766751390322344/ Get $28 OFF your first booking on AIRBNB with my special code:) www.airbnb.com/c/jimmyn4 Jimmy Naraine is an online entrepreneur, adventurer & public speaker. He travels the world full time (66+ countries) while teaching hundreds of thousands of people online. He has been featured in Entrepreneur & Business Insider and conducted workshops at MindvalleyU. His Udemy courses are officially featured as bestsellers and in July 2015 he won the first Udemy Innovation Award. As a teenager Jimmy suffered from social anxiety and lack of confidence. Now, his mission is to help others in destroying their limiting beliefs and taking control of their lives. Accelerate language learning speed with 2 GREAT techniques. In this video I'm explaining how using cognates and frequency lists can dramatically increase your language acquisition. 1) COGNATES - Words very similar in two or more languages. If you know English it means that you also know thousands of foreign words without even being aware of it. The huge similarity of cognates makes it easy to build vocabulary extremely quickly. Use it to your advantage and accelerate your learning experience. e.g. To activate is: -Activer in French -Attivare in Italian -Ativar in Portuguese -Activar in Spanish ...THAT'S HOW EASY IT IS! quick examples (do your own search for specific lists though) Spanish - http://spanishcognates.org/ Italian - http://quizlet.com/2542628/italian-cognates-flash-cards/ French - http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/scmsAdmin/media/users/xr1/Glossaries/Glossary_of_Cognates_-_French-5-2.pdf Portuguese - http://suite101.com/article/portugueseenglish-cognates-build-vocabulary-a133662 2) WORD FREQUENCY LISTS - lists of 100/500/1000 (and more) most frequent words in a given language. We use only fraction of the vocabulary available to us in everyday conversations. Therefore, we can accelerate learning by identifying and studying the most common words rather than difficult non frequent vocabulary. quick examples (do your own search for specific lists though) Spanish - http://wordsgalore.com/wordsgalore/languages/spanish/spanish1000.html Italian - http://www.surfacelanguages.com/language/Italian/commonwords.html French - http://french.languagedaily.com/wordsandphrases/most-common-words Portuguese - http://hackingportuguese.com/sample-page/the-1000-most-common-verbs-in-portuguese - http://hackingportuguese.com/sample-page/the-1000-most-common-verbs-in-portuguese/
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SLA Principles in language learning apps
 
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This video introduced 6 important SLA principles in Language Learning apps. Examples included popular apps you can find in apple store. Here is the list of the apps mentioned in the video: Duolingual Rosetta Stone Liulishuo FluentU Drop Kids learn Mandarin
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