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File 7: Learning Strategies


Through your long experience in academic learning (elementary, secondary and high-school) you have obtained a variety of learning practices which you naturally implement when faced with a new learning scenario. There is no doubt you have used many of those timeless learning practices while at the same time being exposed to new ones.

One of the great things about learning in general is that we can all learn from each and every personal experience, especially as we get older and more mature. What is even better is that we can learn from the experience of others as well. By simply observing or sharing experiences we can all enrich our beliefs about learning in the hopes of becoming more efficient as face new learning experiences.

However, it is sometimes a challenge to actually remember all of those learning experiences and steps done which were successful. Thankfully we have notebooks, smartphones, tables, laptops, computers, recorders and a wide range of media in which we can record our best practices for learning.

With the Learning Strategies you will want to create a compilation of your best learning practices from personal and shared experience.



1. TASK DESCRIPTION
  • Compile a collection of five to ten best language learning practices which have been successful in personal experiences or have been recommended by others through written or verbal conversation.
  • This task is to be done individually
  • The compilation will be included as part of the Learning Journal
2. WHAT I NEED

As the end is reached, you want to start summarizing the highlights of your learning experience.

  • Learnig Journal
  • Personal notes from the language course
  • Notes from the learning experience of classmates
  • Word processor
3. RECOMMENDED RESOURCES
4. STEPS TO FOLLOW
  1. Identify ten language learning strategies
    • they can be for any combination of skills: listening, speaking, reading writing or,
    • related content: grammar, vocabulary, etc
  2. Talk or write to classmates about their best practices for learning a language
    1. take note and add them to your original list
  3. Select no less than five and no more than ten learning strategies
  4. Organize the strategies in any way you see fit
  5. Register each learning strategy in one sheet by completing Language Learning Strategy template
    1. use the template in the recommended resources
5. HOW WILL I KNOW I HAVE FINISHED?
  1. I have identified between 5 and 10 language learning strategies
  2. I have registered each one in an individual Language Learning Strategy template
  3. I have shared them in the class social  network group
6. HOW WILL I PRESENT THIS IN CLASS?
  1. The file with (only) the language learning strategies is posted in the goup's social network group
7. HOW WILL THIS TASK BE EVALUATED

This task is the second of three contained in Unit 6. The values presented here are partial to the 50% grade value the unit has in addition to the Learning Journal and Ongoing Evaluation.

The task evaluation will be based on how the registry of the language learning strategies is made.

  • file with language learning strategies [7%]

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