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I would question the statement that it is common practice to teach the alphabet first. Both as a teacher and a learner I find it more engaging to learn useful things first. Writing is just one of the good ways "to get practice pulling words out from your memory". ref: https://blog.duolingo.com/covering-all-the-bases-duolingos-approach-to-writing-...


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Re suggestions for the best way to teach someone with minor Aphasia, would be as you would with any student. Ideally to design the teaching to take advantage of how they find learning best for them, and where their interests lie. i.e. also to consider issues such as Are You an Auditory or Visual Learner || Tips, and other such variations. I can tell you ...


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From my personal experience, working points 1 and 3 together on a side and 2 and 4 together on the other side seems to be efficient. Use RTK or other kanji material to learn writing, recognizing and meaning and learn vocabulary separately to assimilate their different pronunciations. If you have difficulties with some kanjis learning, try to learn more words ...


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I have used various more-or-less spaced repetition-style software such as Ankidroid, Clozemaster and Duolingo. These are good ways of memorizing words and learning some grammar by repetition, depending a bit on precisely which tool you are using and how. I also translate sentences on Tatoeba to my native language from other languages; this requires active ...


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Sort of answering my own question here. Unless someone else posts, for the time being here is the best website I have found. It should be noted that I asked for a cheat sheet, whereas what I was looking for was a summary. The problem is I had rote learnt every single one of the tiempos verbales, even the irregular ones, but I never understood where or when ...


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I own a cheatsheet like this in German: Zeiten auf einen Blick Spanisch by the German publisher PONS (ISBN 978-3-12-562829-8). It is the size of three A4 sheets folded together and laminated, so you get 6 A4 pages in total. The first page explains the use of use of the present tense (and the gerund, e.g. estoy hablando); the next page and a half explains ...


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Students recopy the characters in their notebooks, following specific rules for stroke order. It's a good idea to recopy each characters several times and to pronounce them out loud at the same time (along with the translation) to help with memorization.


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I see that you searched Google Scholar. I searched several other citation databases for scholarly publications, including Scopus and PsycINFO. I found 94 articles in the databases in response to a search based on the query: ( passiv* AND listen* AND language AND learn* ) To clarify what that query means, it searches for documents that include, anywhere ...


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Any good teacher always follows the constructivist approach, perhaps sometimes unknowingly, in the classroom while teaching his students. He always helps his students to construct their own knowledge by following the ICON model, i.e., Information construction model which has the following 7 stages : Observation : No students come to the class with an empty ...


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