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Incorporating permutations and combinations of the 4 principal learning modalities
…. That’s right! All of us, generally speaking have a number of brains. The jury is out as to exactly how many but neuroscientists generally agree on the existence of 3 brain systems: Reptilian, Limbic and Neo cortex. How many are you using in your English learning?
CREATIVE IDEAS from ALL DIRECTIONS
…..using both sides of the brain, when required, as well as the inner workings of the limbic* system and the hippocampus……
*involved in motivation emotion, learning and memory
To IMPROVE Your RETENTION & LEARNING EFFICIENCY by 400%
Creating a VIRTUOUS CIRCLE thereby BREAK — ing THROUGH the CONFIDENCE / FEARLESSNESS BARRIER*
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ie reLEARN … reVISE … reCALL … reTAIN
(… actually, there are many more …)
Stop! NOW! ..going round in circles…Go to the Core of the Learning Paradigm where you find paradoxically find out that….
MORE is LESS
LESS is MORE
You can do with the BYOD4US interactive exercise:
Get the FEELING of the dialogue, understand it, and then…..
(Still easy but a little bit of thought and feeling required;
you might want to get some help from your regular teacher
or from one of your friends at HiNative
It’s free to join.)
It depends on your levels of
No 1 is of course the easiest. No 2 is still quite easy. No 3, requires a little bit of thought and feeling; also,
you might want to get some help from your regular teacher or from one of your native-speaking friends
YOu can make friends with people who can help at HiNative. It’s free to join so what are you waiting for? The final step is
Watch a short Explanatory Video on the Procedure.
(This is for BYOD4 Smart Kids but the steps are the same.)
The 500th anniversary of the expulsion of Spanish conquistadors from Tenochtitlan in the year 1520.
FEEL LIKE SWOTTING UP?
Do a QUICK Q & A with the FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
1. What is your biggest strong point in learning English?
2. What’s your biggest weakness?
3. What opportunities do you have available for improving your English?
4. What’s the threat you most fear?