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    material can be defined as spoken or written language that has been produced in the course of real communication (Nunan, 1999). According to Kasper (1997), authentic second language input is essential for pragmatic learning, but it does not secure successful pragmatic development. Many researchers have stated that noticing or consciousness is a prerequisite for the acquisition of second language pragmatic features (Kasper & Schmidt, 1996 & Schmidt, 1990). According to Ellis (2003), noticing is a way through which input is integrated into the learner's developing system.…

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    The environment of learning actually is the one of the theories that influences the curriculum activities. Youngsters learn through their faculties both inside and outside, in a strong environment. There is a prerequisite on grown-ups to give a scope of testing and intriguing indoor and open air encounters for kids. Actually, with unlimited structure of learning environment able to make children to explore more which will become an opportunity to stimulate the way of thinking. The surrounding…

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    Service-learning reaches out beyond simple classroom learning by providing knowledge of real-life situations and deals with complex problems. The beneficial experience of service-learning will remain with someone for future situations. Appealing to both emotions and intellect, service-learning interests students for continuous learning. According to research, service-learning neither improves nor harms students’ abilities to learn. Therefore, the term “learn” must fit another definition in order…

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    From the formation of life, learning becomes a necessary process that continues throughout our lifespan. There is an essential structure from the beginning seeking and storing new information that enables one’s ability to survive and adapt to different internal and external learning challenges. For decades numerous theories have illustrated how people acquire knowledge. Learning can occur in a variety of methods. Research indicates individual experiences become embedded into their long term…

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    Informal and accidental learning is at the heart of grown-up instruction due to its learner-focused center and the lessons that can be found out from background. In any case, learning for a fact is broad to the point that everything from Outward Bound exercises to organized PC recreations is incorporated in the definition. Formal learning is normally institutionally supported, classroom-based, and very organized. Informal learning, a classification that incorporates…

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    model of teaching was developed by neurologist and teacher, Dr. Judy Willis (Laureate Education, Inc., 2009m). The letters that make up the word RAD mean something. For example, the “R” stands for reticular activating, which involves thinking and learning, the “A” stands for the amygdala, which is the center for emotions, and the “D” stands for dopamine, which is released in the brain by pleasure and causes feelings of pleasure (Laureate Education, Inc. 2009m). I put a lesson together under the…

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    Introduction Cooperative learning is the concept of grouping and pairing students to achieve academic goals, but it is much more than that. To first understand what cooperative learning is, it must be understood by what it is as well as what it is not. True cooperative learning is not only pairing and sharing. It is the collaboration of all members of a group that fosters a better understanding of materials and/or skills by each member of the pair or group. In other words, it is not just…

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    Kiesthetic Learning

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    You live and you learn is a saying that many people have heard and said for many years. While this statement is definitely true, what you learn can affect how you live. Out of all the millions of people on this earth no one person learns the same. There may be many similarities in learning styles, but everyone learns differently. I am a kinesthetic, aural, visual learning. As a kinesthetic learning I learn best by hands-on activities, trial and error and real life events. I feel that if I try…

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    Collective Learning

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    Collective Learning Technology has brought huge influences on everyone’s lives. The Duke University had brought iPod as an academic device and educational experiment to all the first-year class students. The iPod inverted the traditional role of technology, which has many new functions. Students not only can listen to music, but also use the iPod as an academic device to collaborate with others. This concept can be seen in Project Classroom Makeover, by Cathy Davidson. In Project Classroom…

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    Organizational Learning

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    The issue of whether learning is something that can be done by organisations as well as individuals is questionable. Some academics have questioned whether or not organisations have the ability to learn, they argued that learning can be done by people within organisations, but not the organisations themselves. A variety of arguments had been developed throughout the years, for instances, how does an organisation learn? How does individual learning can relate to organisational learning? Why is…

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