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ADVANCED (CAE) 1.2 Language Acquisition

Speaking practice for CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ADVANCED (CAE) EXAM
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SPEAKING PRACTICE:
1.2 Language Acquisition
How much easier is it to learn a language nowadays than it was in the past?
Discuss this question, use the images to guide you.
Have you ever tried language exchange to help improve your English?
If so, how successful was it?
Would you like to try it, how can you make it a worthwhile experience?
What are the advantages & disadvantages?
Do you know of any groups or meetings in your town or city?
Consider, money, time & resources.
Discuss the meanings of the words and try to define them.
Howard Gardner proposed his Theory of Multiple Intelligences learning styles in 1935.
As you can see there are nine, one of these was added later, which do you think it is?
Gardner later suggested that existential and moral intelligence may also be worthy of inclusion. Do you agree? Why do you think moral is not commonly added whereas existential is?
Which of these Multiple Intelligences to you consider yourself to be most like? How does this help or hinder the way you learn English?
thinks in terms of physical space
uses the body to learn effectively
shows sensitivity to rhythm and sound
understanding, learns through interacting with others
learns better alone, understands one's own abilities, interests, and goals
thinks effectively in words
think conceptually, abstractly and are able to see and explore patterns and relationships
has the ability to be sensitive to, deeper or larger questions
Think of which jobs would be suitable for each type of learner.
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