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  1. Manifestations of individual differences
  2. Strategies coping with leaners' individual differences

Understanding students' individual difference is a key factor in predetermining the success of the learning experience. Actually, EFL learners differ from one another in terms of race, colour, religion, identity, ethnicity, language, social class, cultural background, intelligence, learning strategies, level of interest and aptitude for learning, etc. Generally, there are three approaches for dealing with students' individual differences, namely modifying events of instruction to respond to students' distinctive learning strategies, putting kids into different groups helps them learn according to their pace, as well as using a variety of activities that match the leaners' various ways of acquiring knowledge.

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