The notorious perfectionist syndrome is considered by many of the worst enemies in the language learner. For those who try to follow the approach – often at the initiative of their teacher – surely. There is such a small and very nasty starter sitting somewhere inside the man, and he is always ready to bother and whisper something like this. "If you say so, you probably make a mistake – are you sure you're putting the word right?" Which casts an unpleasant silence and angry glances at the teacher.
The same applies to writing: a language learner in the throat of perfectionist syndrome usually waits for much longer than needed before doing a written job, as mistakes are hidden there somewhere and the perceptive thought of other people is truly and truly unbearable. Ever the same forum where a member always corrects every entry if you have to leave a small elbow somewhere? Here's a typical sacrifice for their own internal predators.
The worst is the mother tongue's first connection to the target language. If your words are still deficient, and the less meaningful grammar, many agonists follow each other, and the crowd of people is shouting: "Just do it – do not be afraid of your mistakes!" really does not help! Even if the mass in question is on the Internet and is scattered enough, there is still a lot of pressure and very little help. On the bright side, however, is this syndrome really so bad that this can potentially hinder the success of language learning? It is far from him; in fact, most of the members of the linguistic communities, based on their spelling and writing marks, are rare perfectionists, which is likely to be the type of language learner for the plaid flag. Why is this so? Well, perfectionist language learning does not make sense unless it reaches C2; while many are just the usual "I will learn this language to the level I talk to a waiter or a ticket collector and understand it, and that's good enough for me", a shocking idea for an enhancer. It should be all or nothing.
Therefore, a person with a perfectionist syndrome is always a model student of a language school, and it can always be done thoroughly, regardless of how much the teacher is. There will be no need to ask the advice of others on how to maintain motivation to keep up the level of study: perfectionism is the best motivation for yourself. The Problem and Solution
] How do we handle the weakness of fear? Simply shouting to the perfectionist: "Do not be afraid of your mistakes!" out of order. Psychologically it makes things worse. A much more subtle approach is needed – in fact, the most appropriate solution is to leave this person alone and to leave it comfortably if, for some reason, we need to learn the language very quickly. We did not forget about the speed of things – all because of the speed of the modern world. But sometimes you should stop and look around – then go on a comfortable pace without making the events too difficult.
The long-lasting quiet period of reading and listening activities is the best way to prepare a perfectionist student on the stage where conversation and writing are being created. There is no rush – months of increased self-confidence. The time will come when even the worst pedantic will feel the strong urge to use the many language skills acquired by hard work: it will be the right moment to hide and do just that, all the horror and all this process. it will be more effective if it is smooth and gradual: instead of hermit talking at one time to a shouting crowd, a brief Skype conversation with a kind and remarkable instructor, language learners would be a much better option. And the same applies to writing – a professional journalist's report on a perfecting writer gives a great deal of confidence to an article or a blog post in a foreign language.
Before actually signing up and creating a first forum on an online forum that uses the target language of perfectionist students, this student will probably be able to read hundreds of posts for months and get acquainted with the right style, popular expressions, and the general part of the community. This is not a postponement but a normal process to overcome barriers to perfectionist syndrome and to obtain quality. If the fear of the initial connection is broken, the forum will be active, useful and highly valued.
Where's the real problem? The real problem of language learning is not the perfecting stereotypes and generalization, the irresistible urge for everyone to chant the same brush and insist that everyone likewise approaches language learning. The too fast-moving tendency can also be very damaging: not everyone has to be fluent tomorrow and not everyone wants it this way. The risk of too fast loss of fluid is lost as quickly as the internal mechanisms of the brain. But we suffer from the common issue that the internet has caused and that is generally accessible to all kinds of information. Just as it is in all areas of human life, language learning now has bad advice that emphasizes those beginner students who do not yet know the ropes. So the idea is that a language must be learned quickly, so to speak, not the most useful. It puts a lot of unnecessary pressure on the learner and results in all kinds of pseudo-effective approaches, some of which are very valuable.
Therefore, people who already suffer from their perversion syndrome should not be guilty of it. We love the 21st century to think about the age of tolerance that, in the context of language learning, means that we have to accept each other's characteristics and different approaches. If the perfectionists want to make sure that everything is perfect before we open it, let them go. For those who believe that the 98% rule is important, we are happy to see it, but those who do not care should not be said to be wrong because they are not necessarily necessary. If someone wants to talk about the first day, this is great and should not be offended for their mistakes, but they are commended for their courage. And so on
The day we all accept our whole heart, the fact that we are all different is the day when language learning becomes more harmonious and less stressful and students are happier. Even those with improved syndrome
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