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4 Ways to Learn a Language Like a Kid (and Why It Works)

4 Ways to Learn a Language Like a Kid (and Why It Works)

As an adult, learning a foreign language can be tough. But it's certainly not impossible! Check out these tips from French teacher Carol Beth L. to bring out your inner kid and make learning easier...   Last week, we shared how learning a language as an adult is different from what you may have experienced as a high school student (or even earlier on, if you were raised bilingual). While recognizing the challenges and advantages is a great first step, it's also important to put … Read More

4 Ways to Learn a Language Like a Kid (and Why It Works)
As an adult, learning a foreign language can be tough. But it's certainly not impossible! Check out these tips from French teacher Carol Beth L. to bring out your inner kid and make learning easier...   Last week, we shared how learning a language as an adult is different from what you may have experienced as a high school student (or even earlier on, if you were raised bilingual). While recognizing the challenges and advantages is a great first step, it's also important to put
Learning by Doing: Ways to Study as a Kinesthetic Learner
Do you learn best with a hands-on approach? Learn about the most effective kinesthetic learning strategies in this guest post by New Milford, NJ teacher Matthew H...   In a previous post on study skills for high school students, I discussed some of the different learning styles that work best for different people. Sometimes, a student can even be a mixture of two or more types of learner. As a result, the way you approach studying should reflect the way that your body and mind p
The Best Writing Advice YouÂ’ll Ever Get | 5 Truths to Know
Faced with a writing prompt - and an empty page? Take a deep breath. Writing is easy as long as you approach it the right way. Here, Tucson tutor Blake C. shares the best writing advice to keep in mind...    Many students simply dread writing assignments. When faced with the task of writing, some of us tend to get tongue-tied on the page. Thankfully, there are some simple truths to writing that can help you get your words out. 1. First of all, writing is not so very different f
Test Taking Strategies: Your Guide to a Stress-Free Finals Week
Many students feel stressed and overwhelmed at the end of each term when finals week is upon us. As with many things in life, your attitude will directly affect your ability to succeed in school. If you start to feel stressed with final exams looming, keep these test taking strategies in mind to keep calm, get confident, and make the grades you want. Test Preparation The best way to prepare for final exams is to keep up with your classes all term. This means taking good notes in class, pay
Your SAT Study Plan for the Summer
It might be summer, but that doesn't give you an excuse to slack off if you're gearing up for applying for college this Fall! Here are some tips for staying sharp this summer from online tutor Natalie S... It is finally summer! The school year is over, and suddenly you have tons of free time to kick back and hang out. Consider taking just a small portion of that time each day and allotting it to an SAT study plan. It may not initially sound like an appealing way to spend your summer, howe

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