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“Study methods that work and study methods that don’t”

Posted in /Language and Literature/ by Liudmila Davydova on September 11, 2010

/ Matthew Bennett, “Study methods that work and study methods that don’t” /

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Matthew Bennett in his blog post, “Study methods that work and study methods that don’t” asks the readers: What study methods have you found to work in your classes and learning?


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  1. Matthew Bennett said, on September 11, 2010 at 9:37 am

    Hi Liudmila,

    Great thoughts. I agree with all of them too, especially the idea of language as a life-long learning process and the importance of keeping abreast of broader language use within a culture or country.

    Sometimes I even tell my students that ‘there is no end’ to learning a language, which if they’re looking to reach a concrete objective, a finite end point, isn’t very helpful!

    Matthew.


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