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Learning modesA teacher must adapt to the course he or she teaches, depending on the students who are taking the course. A teacher must adapt majorly when teaching young learners, as opposed to teaching adults. Teaching young learners can be very rewarding, as the students tend to learn quicker than adults and can get very excited about small things. It can also be very challenging, as younger students have a much shorter attention span and the teacher has a great responsibility to switch activities frequently and to get the students motivated. Motivating young learners can be much more strenuous because most young learners do not choose to study the foreign language and feel that they could be doing something more enjoyable with their free time. Adults and young learners are defined based on age. Learners 18 years of age and older are typically classified as adults. Most adult learners have made the decision on their own to attend classes and are therefore more motivated to actually put forth the effort to learn the language. While this is true, there are also adult learners who allow external issues to affect their learning and their motivation. These issues can include things they have to complete at work, or at home with family and finances. Adult learners who are compelled