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Perché l’insegnante non deve correggere i miei compiti d’inglese? What’s wrong with teachers correcting your HW?

Ciao, studenti di inglese! Ecco un nuovo articolo che non solamente vi aiuta a migliorare la lettura in inglese ma vi spiega anche perché i Coach di MPEC non sempre vogliono correggere i vostri compiti! Siete pronti?

Ideale per i Livelli: B1, B1+ ,B2 C1, C2 – Sotto il testo ci sono 12 parole che possono essere difficili da capire!

Hello there! Today, we’re going to answer some of your FAQs! You frequently ask us why we always give our students the answers to their Homework and do not always correct it with them the following week. OK, here is the neuroscience behind this choice. Are you ready?

It’s All About The Way Our Brains Work!

You see, the human brain works in a funny way. When we make a mistake, our brain creates a “communication block” that prevents us from using that word or phrase correctly in the future. The longer we wait to correct our mistake, the harder it becomes to fix it, and the more it can hinder our ability to work in English.

Business Scenario

Imagine you’re a business professional who needs to communicate effectively in English. You’re in a meeting with colleagues from around the world and you want to make a good impression. As you’re speaking, you make a mistake and don’t correct it. Your brain creates a “communication block” that prevents you from using that word or phrase correctly in the future. This can lead to more mistakes and further hinder your ability to communicate effectively.

However, if you get immediate corrections, your brain can make the necessary adjustments right away. By correcting your mistake immediately, you create a new neural pathway in your brain that allows you to use the correct word or phrase in the future. The more you practice this, the stronger the neural pathway becomes and the easier it is to communicate effectively in English.

Toxic Shame

Some people might say, “I don’t want to study grammar” or “I don’t want to feel ashamed when speaking English.” That’s where a coaching approach comes in. Instead of “studying,” think of it as “learning.” An English coach can help you learn and speak without shame, and help you overcome your fear of making mistakes. With an English coach, you can focus on learning and improving your English skills in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.

It’s important to note that getting immediate corrections doesn’t just apply to in-person communication. If you’re learning English through homework assignments, it’s important to correct your mistakes immediately, rather than waiting for your teacher to grade your work. By correcting your mistakes right away, you reinforce the correct grammar and phrasing in your brain, making it easier to use in the future. Waiting for too long to get corrected can hinder your learning and make it harder to develop strong English skills. So, take a coaching approach to your English learning, correct your mistakes immediately, and speak without shame! By doing so, you’ll improve your English skills and feel more confident when working in a professional setting.

So, if you need to work in English or want to improve your professional communication, don’t be afraid to seek out an English coach or take action to correct your mistakes immediately. Remember, it’s all about learning, not studying, and speaking with confidence!

Glossary (B1-B2)

  1. Hinder /ˈhɪndər/ (verb): To obstruct or impede progress or development.
  2. Neuroscience (njuːrəʊˈsaɪəns) – The scientific study of the nervous system, including the brain and neurons.
  3. Communication block (kəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃən blɒk) – A barrier created in the brain when a mistake is made, hindering the ability to use a word or phrase correctly in the future.
  4. Business professional (ˈbɪznɪs prəˈfeʃənəl) – A person who works in a professional setting and is expected to communicate effectively in a business context.
  5. Neural pathway (ˈnjʊərəl ˈpɑːθweɪ) – A connection between neurons in the brain that allows for the transmission of information.
  6. Coaching approach (ˈkəʊtʃɪŋ əˈprəʊtʃ) – A method of teaching or learning that focuses on providing guidance and support, rather than simply giving information.
  7. Adjustments /əˈdʒʌstmənts/ (noun): Small changes made to something to improve it or make it more suitable.
  8. Phrasing (ˈfreɪzɪŋ) – The way in which words are put together to form a sentence or express an idea.
  9. Supportive (səˈpɔːtɪv) – Providing encouragement, help, or emotional support.
  10. Non-judgmental (nɒn-dʒʌdʒˈmɛntəl) – Not judging or criticizing, accepting of others regardless of their mistakes or shortcomings.
  11. Reinforce (ˌriːɪnˈfɔːs) – To strengthen or make something more effective by adding support.
  12. Professional setting (prəˈfɛʃənəl ˈsɛtɪŋ) – A work environment in which a high level of professionalism is expected, often requiring effective communication skills in English.

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