Learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills and languages, is perhaps the most important mental function of humans. It may be conscious or unconscious.
In recent years, the approach to learning - and teaching - has shifted from an emphasis on mere content knowledge, often transmitted by rote learning, to the convenience of using and interpreting the acquired knowledge "critically and thoughtfully".
- Acquisition-Learning hypothesis
- Community Language Learning
- Cooperative language learning
- First language effect on second language learning
- Learning English conversation questions
- Learning process
- Learning style
- Lifelong learning
- Principles of adult learning
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