ENGLISH : PRIMARY TEACHERS TRAINING
Table of Contents:
- What is language learning?
- What is language acquisition?
- In what order do children learn reading, writing, listening and speaking?
- Write three differences between language learning and language acquisition.
language learning and language acquisition
Q. What is language learning?
Ans: Language Learning refers to studying about a language, its sound gadget, and its structure. It is essentially an intellectual exercising.
Q. What is language acquisition?
Language acquisition method one way or the other soaking up a goal language’s sound machine and shape, ideally with out ever wondering explicitly about the language’s real structure.
Q. In what order do children learn reading, writing, listening and speaking?
Ans: Children learn listening and speaking first and then reading and writing (the order of reading and writing may differ) but it is important for a language teacher to know that language teaching begins with listening and speaking. Teaching reading and writing comes later.
Q. Write three differences between language learning and language acquisition.
Ans: The difference between language acquisition and language learning:
- Language Learning refers to learning about a language, its sound system, and its structure. It is largely an intellectual exercise.
- The main difference between learning and acquisition is that learning is a more conscious and deliberate process while acquiring is more subconscious in nature. However, learning and acquisition are both equally significant for anyone who wishes to achieve fluency in a new language.