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Guerilla Tactics
 
Guerilla Tactics
 
GuLL asks learners to reflect upon  and  remediate the unorthodox links (Guerilla Patterns) they make and then remediate them. The patterns we have observed so far are: guessing, mixing rules unorthodox calls, applying rules in wrong contexts, and applying mathematical logics to solve linguistic challenges. An example of a Guerilla Pattern is knitting correct rules together in a wrong way: e.g. “Did he gave?”. “Did he gave”, reveals a Guerilla Learner who knows how to form the past, how to conjugate irregular verbs, and how to ask questions, but knits together two conjugated verbs rather than using an auxiliary and zero infinitive. In asking students to think aloud and connect to Guerilla Patterns, GuLL creates a platform for learners to improve their own literacy.
 
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Aristotle
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