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If a student teacher or teacher doesn't have a sense of unity with classroom learners, the teacher is in the wrong profession or at least needs to revise the teaching methods.

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Individual differences of learners?

All learners do not have same level of understanding. hence the teacher must teach in such a way that zero standard student also understand what is taught.

What is learners participation?

.,it's the interaction of the students inside the classroom!

What is the most effective way for kinesthetic learners to acquire new knowledge?

through interaction

Why is the use of highlighters recommended for visual learners?

because tune in to the differences in colors.

The use of highlighters is recommended for visual learners because they?

tune in to the differences in colors.

What is the duration of Learners?

The duration of Learners is 1.3 hours.

What part of speech is the word learners?

Learners is a noun

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What has the author Helen Drenoyianni written?

Helen Drenoyianni has written: 'Information technology in UK primary schools' 'Interactive multimedia encyclopaedias and learners' individual differences'

When was Learners created?

Learners was created on 2007-11-11.

The differences between the original and the revised Interaction Hypothesis?

Early version of the Interaction Hypothesis stresses the role of comprehensible input in language acquisition whereas the later version focuses on providing feedback and pushing learners to modify their output.

How many learners can a school enrol if there are 12 teachers and the ratio of learners to teachers is 30.1?

It is: 12*30 = 360 learners

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