Memory, Meaning, and Method: A View of Language Teaching
This thoroughly revised edition updates and restates Earl Stevick's classic account of what occurs in the learning and teaching of languages. It includes insights into memory as it relates to language learning and presents language learning as a "total human experience". This text also focused on a balanced presentation of experimental and personal insights and is appropriate for methods courses.
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What We Remember
Kinds of Memory
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ability accent activity Adult anxiety Audiolingualism better called Carla Chapter Child classroom cognitive communication Community Language Learning consciousness consistent correct course Curran declarative knowledge dialog drill effect eidetic images emotional English episodic memory example experience experimental explicit fact feedback Files foreign language German grammar Grammar-Translation guage Guiora holding memory implicit memory input interesting kinds Krashen language learning language teachers learner least linguistic long-term memory material meaning metaphor method motivations native Natural Approach networks noun observed one's out-of-body experience pairs permanent memory person phase picture primacy effect procedural knowledge procedural memory produce pronunciation question recall relationship response semantic sense sentences short-term memory sound SPAN speak speakers Stevick stored structure subjects Swahili task teaching things tion Total Physical Response Transactional Analysis visual words Worktable