Memory Activities for Language Learning
What is the role of memory in language learning, and how does language memory work? Sometimes described as the ¬fifth skill, alongside listening, speaking, reading and writing, memory underpins every aspect of successful language learning. This book will help teachers discover what makes language memorable, as well as how to optimize learners' language memory by engaging and developing their abilities to recognize, notice, store, retrieve and reactivate language. Developments in psycholinguistics and corpus linguistics, including a renewed focus on the importance of acquiring a critical mass of lexis and phraseology as soon as possible, have made this practical advice even more critical.
- An essential handbook for practising teachers worldwide that offers an understanding of how to train memory.
- Contains a wide range of motivating and dynamic techniques and strategies for remembering language.
- Offers easy-to-use activities requiring little or no preparation, which focus on different memory processes.
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