Welcome to part 4 on this series on Dr. Lobdell’s 7 tips on how to study less, study smart. So far we’ve covered chunking, creating a study space, and active learning. In this post, we’re going to talk about note […]
Active learning? What on earth is that, and how can it help you study less and study smart? This is part three in a series of Dr. Marty Lobdell’s advice for studying smarter (and less!). The previous post was about […]
This is part 2 of a series from Marty Lobdell’s “Study less, study smart” lecture. Part one on is on chunking your study time. Wouldn’t you like to study smarter? Lobdell ’s second tip to “Study Less, Study Smart” is […]
On Youtube, you can find a lot of advice about how to study better. In a lecture I found called “Study Less, Study Smart,” psychology Professor Dr. Marty Lobdell gave some great advice about how to be an effective student. […]
How could Tiger Woods become the world’s best golf player at the age of 21? How could William Jones master more than 10 foreign languages? How could two Polgar sisters both become world chess champions? We tend to believe that […]
Whether you are a beginner or you have advanced proficiency but feel that your grammar is weak, below are some free books that contain a mixture of textbooks and workbooks will likely be beneficial to you! 1) English 4U English 4U […]
How long does it take to learn English? As an English teacher, this is a question I get asked over and over. My answer is always the same: It depends. More specifically, it depends on these four main factors: How […]
Podcasts are becoming popular once again. A podcast is a digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or mobile device. It is typically available as a series. New episodes are received by subscribers automatically. […]
Do you have language goals? You should if you want to improve your English. Research shows that people who set goals are more likely to achieve success. Goals help you identify what you want to achieve, keep you focused on what’s important, save you time, and provide a way to measure your progress – which helps improve your motivation to learn more.
This is a hodgepodge (a mixture) of strategies I often share with my students in Japan to encourage them to become more accountable for their own learning. Good language learners are very proactive. Do you use all these strategies? Are they any you think you should use more?