STUDENT AS A SUBJECT OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY IN ENGLISH CLASSES
Table 1 - Levels of internalization from interpsychological to intrapsychological language acquisition
Levels of knowledge
Explanation of the language behavior in practice
The student cannot notice or correct the error, even with the help on the part of his/her teacher.
The student can notice an error, but cannot fix it, even with someone else's help.
The student can notice and correct the error, but only with the help of someone. He/she understands the clues and can use them in correcting errors.
The student notices and corrects errors with a minimal prompt, or without it at all, and begins to assume full responsibility for correcting errors. But, nevertheless, the key phrases are not yet fully internalized, and so the student often makes mistakes. The student can even refuse from help.
The student becomes more consistent in using key phrases in all contexts. The student is fully responsible for his/her mistakes and can correct them without any help.