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How do you learn best?

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Postby shokin » Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:24 pm

Another very very important tip :

- identify you motivation sources, your real sources of motivation : for example, mine are : (respect of) nature, music (hearing and learning violin), (learning) languages and culture (and their sovereignty), (seeing) girls. :mrgreen:

- concentrate yourself on what you like, not on what you dislike : if there is be a link between one think you like and onn another think you dislike, if you concentrate yourself on your disliking, this last can take space on what you (did) like. For example, I did not like history. But I was very interested in cultures, so, seeing the evident link between history and cultures, I've become more interested in history (and in many others things).

- So, when you have to study something that you a priori dislike, try to feel/find/create the link between this thing and another thing that you like. When I teach mathematics to any student, I first ask him/her what he/she likes/loves doing.

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speace for learning?

Postby dainguyen » Sat Feb 11, 2006 5:56 pm

hello everyone, :D

I have read some of your methods for learning well und find those really helpful. In addition to them, I think choosing and arranging oneself the most appropriate space for learning are quite important to improve in concentrating on what are being done as well as in carrying out his work.

I wish you more lust of learning with a "nice space" :D
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How do you learn best?

Postby chanala » Thu Feb 16, 2006 1:46 pm

Practice to read,write,listen and speak every day.
And I would like to speak english with the foriegners.
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How do you learn best?

Postby chanala » Thu Feb 16, 2006 2:23 pm

I think I understand when the teacher explain me and when I talk about with my friends.I think if I practice English every day,I will speak English well and fluently.
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Re: How do you learn best?

Postby Frankie » Fri Jun 05, 2009 7:42 am

This is a good question for students. All of students try to study best and best, but they don’t have good way to learn. How do you learn best? Maybe I can suggest a direction for everyone to refer. If you want to study anything beset and best, you should find your interest mode. I think that it will increase study result for you.
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Re: How do you learn best?

Postby hammoudi » Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:01 am

the best methode to learn is listen and doing
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Re: How do you learn best?

Postby Frankie » Wed Jun 17, 2009 12:26 pm

This topic reminds me three good study skills. First, you must be interested in the subjects you want to learn. Next, you must take some time to study it everyday. Finally, if you can understand to your learn subject, you will have remember deeply. I think that they will increase study result for you. Actually, how do you learn best? All of students try to study best and best, but they don’t have good way to learn. I also hard find good learn mode for me. Maybe it will be discussion of this problem relating to all students in anytime.
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Postby mohamedadel » Sat Jun 20, 2009 2:38 pm

There are different ways to learn english.Each one must choose the way which is suitable for him to learn and it depends on his personality and what are his skills.I prefer working in groups .It is the best way to contact with others and it is useful for listening and speaking to another people beside thatI'd like to revise teacher's lessons after every class.
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Re: How do you learn best?

Postby halfknot » Fri Aug 07, 2009 1:42 pm

Learn what? If it's about learning texts/poems:
For texts, it's simple because you have to read them once or twice and then just memorize the topics order.
For poems, it's a little bit harder as you have to learn them word-by-word. A good way can be to voice-record the lines as a song and then put (what word should I use here instead of 'put'? Overlap? Is there a specific word for this action?) them on an instrumental. You've probably noticed that you can sing a song just because of listening it a couple of times. However, I'm not learning poems.

Learning something else like numbers - which can represent altitudes, years, etc -, names and new words is about finding some logical connections.

And finally, learning grammar, vocabulary, new physics exercises, increasing your math computing speed, your diction and so on, it's mainly based on practice. The more you practice, the better results you get.

Of course, you can learn almost everything from the classroom by paying attention to the teacher and having a good teacher, I was talking about how can you learn by yourself.
I'm posting to improve my English. If you see any grammar/vocabulary mistake in my post, please let me know.
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Re: How do you learn best?

Postby sadmoon » Fri Aug 14, 2009 6:39 pm

I believe in the motivation behind the learning process leading to a serious efforts endeavoured.
Talking about language and considering it's arbitrary nature we should listen as much as we can so to aquire the language subconsciously through the music, movies, and communicating with native speakers and thus we would feel that learning does not cost that effort of memorising academic things.
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