Sensory interrelationships in the automated teaching of foreign languages.
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Sensory interrelationships in the automated teaching of foreign languages. by James J. Asher

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Published by San Jose State College in [San Jose, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching.,
  • Learning, Psychology of.

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LC ClassificationsP53 .A7
The Physical Object
Pagination99 p.
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5870660M
LC Control Number62062675
OCLC/WorldCa1927913

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foreign language depends on the use of appropriate methods by language teachers. Based on this view, the present study argues that the use of multisensory materials and activities in language teaching can equip language teachers with skills to overcome some of the obstacles while addressing young learners’ different learning styles. discussed two main points that play a role in the success of the program of teaching them a second language, He adopted that the teacher foreign language competence and the suitable pedagogical approach. Also Barker et al () refers to the fact that students with intellectual disability often lag behind their peers in achieving literacy. form of a book titled: Techniques of teaching pronunciation in ESL, bilingual and foreign language classes (Odisho ). MMA was further developed and illustrated in additional publications (Odisho ; ). The approach incorporates some of the latest theoretical and applied principles in linguistics coupled with input from psycholinguistics.   Motor and Sensory Processes of Language book. Motor and Sensory Processes of Language. DOI link for Motor and Sensory Processes of Language. Motor and Sensory Processes of Language book. Edited By Eric Keller, Myrna Gopnik. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 April

Theories of Language Learning Foreign language learning and teaching have undergone a significant paradigm shift as a result of the research and experiences that have expanded the scientific and theoreti-cal knowledge base on how students learn and acquire a for-eign language. Traditionally, learning a foreign language was. Language learning styles and strategies are among the main factors that help determine how –and how well –our students learn a second or foreign language. A second language is a language studied in a setting where that language is the main vehicle of everyday communication and where abundant input exists in that language. A foreign language. The American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Languages has expounded on the importance of combining the teaching of culture into the language curriculum to enhance understanding and acceptance of differences between people, cultures and ideologies (Standards ). Implementation of multi-sensory input activities as an engaging supportive tool to promote the development of vocabulary in English as a foreign language in young learners is a project that was conducted with 10th graders in a public secondary school located in Pereira, Colombia; influenced by the French author Tomatis´ () idea, who proposed.

The obvious takeaway is that language learning is not an abstract subject like physics that can be learned out of a book regardless of the world around you. There are sociological factors at play, and the more we do to connect with the culture on the other end of our second language, the faster and easier it will be for us to learn that language. English Language Teaching Journal, v36 n3 p Apr Gives detailed account of using sensory deprivation as language teaching methodology. Suggests good results can be obtained at less cost in classroom by first using silence to get students to work themselves up, then act coldly, issue blindfolds, and play prepared second language tape. Multi-Sensory Language. Multi-sensory teaching is one important aspect of instructing students with dyslexia that is used by clinically trained teachers. Effective instruction for students with dyslexia is also explicit, direct, cumulative, intensive, and focused on the structure of language. Multi-sensory learning involves the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language. learning and teaching: theories, approaches and models 9 Parents’ attitude towa rds the child is influential in the child’s development to a great extent.