I would like to open this preface by uttering my belief that
there is no wiser human than one who admits his oblivion and
fights against it a perpetual battle. Learning is a process which
infuses one’s development in any field. To learn and teach
successfully is to master cognitive components which correspond
to your learning methodology. Conquering fitting strategy is work
half completed, the other half remains to its delivery and grasping
through attention, memory, and thinking.
Language learning as one field of learning is subject to
receptive and productive skills which enables one’s competence to
comprehend written and verbal material through reading and listening, in addition to producing written and verbal information
through writing and speaking skills.
Furthermore, foreign language learning is learning a new
world alongside its affecting a new approach to your own world.
Nevertheless, learning a language is not equally practical for
everyone and can be contesting experience due to age,
learning/teaching strategies, the similarity with the mother tongue
and target language, motivation, level of interest, and need,
consequently, learner personality.
This book comprises five chapters which scrutinize learning,
respectfully language learning under various circumstances and
complexities, offering a solution to issues of dyslexic students,
dementia patients, language acquisition and communication
difficulties in the classroom, children’s learning process in general,
and the dichotomy on literary work incorporation in foreign
language teaching in particular. Encompassing all these topics the
book strived to embrace teaching and learning matters on a more
profound level hence find its broad reader.
LANGUAGE SKILLS ISSUES AND TEACHING CHALLENGES
|Yazar||Arjan KAMBURİ, Eda CAN, Esra MENGİ, Gülmira KURUOĞLU, Laura AGOLLI, Olger BRAME, Rriollza AGOLLI, Seniha KRASNIQI|
|Yayınevi||Rating Academy Yayınları|
|Baskı||Sonçağ Yayıncılık Matbaacılık|
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