Task-Based Learning: 5 Activities for Teaching English to Young Learners

Task Based Learning Activities Teaching English to Young LearnersThe Task-based Learning approach works great with young learners because it allows children or teenagers to communicate while they remain active. In this blog, we will show you 6 Task-based learning activities for teaching English to young learners.

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6 Tips on How to Use Task-Based Learning with Young Learners

Teaching Young Learnes Task Based LearningTask-Based Learning makes lessons more fun and the content more memorable. While it might be a bit more challenging to develop and explain tasks to your youngsters, there is (almost) always a way to tweak an activity to be appropriate. After all, most kids love the challenge of solving a good puzzle, and it’s always nice to move away from the traditional mechanical drills. Be creative, use your resources, and get by with a little help from below. Below are 6 valuable tips on how to use Task-based Learning with young learners.

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TEYL: Teaching English to Children Aged 8-12 Yrs

Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL)Children must be allowed to play an active part in the process of mastering skills and extending their knowledge of the world around them. To ensure that they play an active part in the learning process, not only must their interest be aroused and maintained but they must also be provided with an environment which will enable them to talk and act as if they were living a real experience.

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