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An important implication of brain research on teaching new languages is…
Teaching young learners is different to teaching older learners because…
EFL teachers can influence their learners’ brain development.
Both hemispheres of the brain are crucial for successful language learning.
It takes roughly the same time for the development of functional fluency as the development of academic competence in English.
According to Piaget, the same methodologies can be used from age two to early adolescence.
EFL teachers should be alarmed if their young students remain silent for large chunks of a lesson.
From a constructivist perspective, careful scaffolding of a new task is an effective way to teach language.
When teaching young learners, it is an good idea to employ concept questions and teacher paraphrasing to ensure understanding.
Evaluating young learners…