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As I have learned from the lesson, people are social creatures and they are supposed to interact with one another. Therefore, constructivism emphasizes human beings learn in a social interactions with a collaborative group. Students can learn each other by sharing information and in this process teacher should be guide, monitor, organizer or facilitator. Teacher can choose best activity by smelling the classroom atmosphere to get students involve in active learning. And then we talked about the language acquisition journey of babies. There are different approaches about how babies acquire language. The behaviorist approach advocates language is the production of responses and stimuli. When children s actions are reinforced, they will be habitual. As I understood from this theory, for the classroom situation the students good behaviours should be reinforced but their undesirable actions must be punished. I guess it is important to be careful about giving reinforcement because sometimes students will be confused when they get too many reinforcements. What I have difficulty in figuring out is how I can make use of these theories equally because teaching second language is difficult process and in that time we must give importance to all of them so that we can do the best for the students. I suppose I need to focus more on this. I suppose I may use constructive learning in my teaching. I can let students share their knowledge with each other. For doing this, I will encourage them to do group works because cooperative relationships among the student s will improve their motivation to lesson. I believe that lessons must be student centered and they must actively participate in learning activities, therefore I will act like more facilitator than authority during activities to help them for their learning second language.