Describing Learners

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Describing Learners by Mind Map: Describing Learners

1. Formation of learning

2. feature of good learning

3. Influence between teacher- student

4. Teaching practice in some countries

5. student development

6. Analityc- type learnes

7. The motivation is the most Important

8. the studentes will be interested in learning

9. With enough motivation

10. To attract the attention of student

11. Visual materials should be use

12. The classroom must be well arranged

13. The principal Motivation in classroom is the teacher

14. they have the kest attitude and enthusiasm for English

15. Thanks to this the students will have a better future

16. It´s essential

17. The tastes of people to ecourage then in their process

18. to define the motivation is necesary

19. This means that you were

20. when you try to do momething

21. thanks to motivation mony student learn different thingd

22. for example when they learn English

23. The actitude of students peers is also crucial

24. Learner differences

24.1. 1. Aptitude

24.1.1. Intelectual Ability

24.1.2. Behavior

24.2. 2. Good learner characteristics

24.2.1. Tolerance

24.2.2. Culture

24.2.3. High aspiration

24.2.4. Attitude

24.3. 3. Learner styles

24.3.1. Convergers

24.3.1.1. Own abilities

24.3.2. Comformists

24.3.2.1. Non-comunicative classrooms

24.3.3. Concrete learners

24.3.3.1. Organisation and content is less complex

24.3.3.2. Languages as a system

24.3.4. Communicative learners

24.3.4.1. Social interaction

24.4. 4. Language levels

24.4.1. The plateau effect

24.4.1.1. The progress is more subtle

24.4.2. Methodology

24.4.3. Language

24.4.3.1. Use the language with materials

24.4.4. Topics

24.4.4.1. No match topics to the level

24.5. 5. Individual Variations

24.5.1. Neuro- linguistic programming

24.5.1.1. system to experience.

24.5.2. MI theory

24.5.2.1. Learning is to be effective

25. People of diferents ages have diferent

25.1. 1. Needs

25.2. 2. Cognitive skills

25.3. 3. Competences

25.4. 4. How and what to teach?

25.4.1. Age

25.4.1.1. Student is an individual with diferent experinces

25.4.1.2. Describing learners

25.4.2. Children

25.4.2.1. We will wnat the classroom be bringht and colourful

25.4.2.2. We might expert them to be working in grops in the difrent parts of the classroom

25.4.2.3. Children lern lenguages faster

25.4.3. Adolecent

25.4.3.1. The mothodologist Penny Ur suggests

25.4.3.2. Idenfity has to be forged among clasmete and Friends

25.4.4. Adult learners

25.4.4.1. They may have experienced failure or criticim at school

25.4.4.2. Have expectations about the leming process

25.4.4.3. Have a whale range of life experences to draw on

25.4.4.4. They can be critical of teaching methods

26. The motivation