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Teaching English to adolescents

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This thesis deals with a challenging matter which is teaching English language to adolescents. Teaching as a process of transmitting knowledge is very important but habitually, it may be very problematical on the particular age level. Teenage learners differ from other learners as they are thought to be the most disobedient in behaviour and most discouraged to learn. Adolescence is a difficult time in a child's life when a lot of psychological and physical transformations take place. Therefore, it is significant for teachers to become familiar with these changes in order to work effectively. There are plenty of useful and efficient methods that teachers can integrate into their lessons to increase students’ understanding and improve overall comprehension.
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223-237
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  • Department of English Language, Poznan College of Modern Language, 59 Św. Marcin Street, 61-806 Poznan, Poland, karolinalesiak@o2.pl
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