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Learning Modes, young learners vs AdultsIn order to be a good teacher, there are certain roles and responsibilities he or she must assume. However, no matter how good a teacher is, no learning could take place if the learners are not willing to learn. Good learners have desire to experiment with the language, possess willingness to ask questions, have an ability to think about their own learning process and methods and are willing to accept corrections on their errors. Therefore the teacher has a challenging task of recognizing these qualities and fostering them in the classroom. We could classify learners according to age groups; young learners (from 2 to 18 years) and adult learners (above 18 years). young learners are again sub-divided into three age groups such as ages from 2 to 7 years, 8 to 13 years and 14 to 18 years. The first group is often called the pre-schoolers, the second group is called the pre-puberty learners or adolescents and the third group is called the teenagers or post-puberty learners. Jean Piaget (1896-1980) , a Swiss biologist and psychologist developed a four-stage model of cognitive development in young learners. They are being summed up as follow: 1. Sensorimotor stage (0-2yrs). The baby builds an understanding of himself or herself and observes