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Five habits of effective English language learners 2
« on: April 17, 2018, 06:58:07 PM »
2. Record new vocabulary in a way that's easy to review

When studying a language, it's essential to keep vocabulary notes from lessons. As language lessons are often based on a particular theme (e.g., shopping, music, family), it's a good idea to organise vocabulary by topic. Experiment with different ways of recording vocabulary, including word cards, mind maps, and tables, and see what works best for you. You should also make a note of the different forms, uses and pronunciation of particular words (make sure you have a good learner's dictionary).

Tip: Try using your mobile phone to record vocabulary from your lessons. Or why not create an online poster using Glogster to upload new language, videos or images from the class (such as the teacher's whiteboard notes). Try it out.

Md. Sadequle Islam
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Department of English,
Daffodil International University.
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sadequle.eng@diu.edu.bd

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