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Teaching Beginner StudentsTeaching beginner english to young learners has many benefits and rewards as well as challenges Young students tend to pick up the language quicker as they have little life experience and life skills to cloud their brains and they have a high level of curiosity. They have not yet mastered their own language so are receptive to a new one. Young learners are more receptive to visual learning materials and generally have less fear in expressing themselves. However, a young learner can be less motivated than an adult learner, as he/she hasn’t made a conscious choice as to why he/she needs to learn english. This is where the teacher has to be creative and make learning fun. Teaching english to beginners generally starts with listening and speaking rather than reading and writing, which would be introduced a little later when the student becomes comfortable with the initial process. When teaching to absolute beginners who have no concept of the language, we use simple words, flash cards and phonetics (sounding the word) as simple tools to encourage the student to “copycat” the teacher. Young learners will more than likely need to learn a new alphabet, therefore, flash cards are a helpful device when learning the ‘letter’, ‘the sound’ and