Optimizing learning environments: the crucial role of classroom routines for young learners
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Creating an effective learning environment for young learners is a complex task that involves structuring routines and understanding the cognitive development stages of children. This article explores the significance of classroom routines, their impact on English language student learning and behavior. This topic has drawn the attention of many educators in Ukraine and abroad, including F. Asadollahia, B. O’Shea, P. Burden, R. Schumm, O. Kazachiner, M. Rahimi, S. Zein, etc. However, the topic still requires further investigation and development. Exploring the intricacies of creating an optimal learning environment for young learners is an ongoing process. It’s essential to delve deeper into the specific aspects of classroom routines and their nuanced impact on English language student learning and behavior.