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By Yerni Miss Endang Polly What is your experience teaching English to adults? Of course, they are different from children and teenagers in many aspects. Brown (2001:91-92) states that adults, aged 18 years and up, are those who: have been intellectually mature that they can process abstract rules and concepts well. But remember to combine […]
By Yerni Miss Endang Polly What is your experience teaching teenagers, an age range between 12 and 18 or so? Are they really “terrible”? In Indonesian context, teens are categorized as junior and senior high school students. Junior high school consists of 3 classes (Class VII, VIII, IX), while senior high is the rest 3 […]
3 WAYS OF USING AUTHENTIC, MEANINGFUL LEARNING WHEN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGE TO CHILDREN (CATEGORY 5)
By Yerni Miss Endang Polly The last category is authentic, meaningful language. Since children mostly process things here and now, the teachers are advised to use authentic and meaningful language (Brown, 2001:90), the language that is spoken to them, which they are exposed to in their daily life. The language which is beyond their level […]
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