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neurological, cognitive, affective and linguistic considerations


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Importan considerations to acquire a new language

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neurological, cognitive, affective and linguistic considerations

  2. 2. NEUROLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS Hemispheric Lateralization: Left hemisphere: intellectual , logical functions Right hemispheric: emotional and social needs Biological timetables Lover –order depend on early maturing and less adaptive macro neural circuits Higher-order depend on late maturing neural circuits Right hemispheric participation Participation active in the learning the L2 in early age The adults benefit from encouragement of right brain activity in the classroom context Anthropological Evidence In the adolescence almost suddenly speak two or three languages In the adulthood can acquire more languages Old age to perfect his/her knowledge
  3. 3. CONGNITIVE CONSIDERATIONS  Stages according Piaget Sensorimotor: ages birth to two Preoperational: ages two to seven Operational: ages seven to sixteen Concrete operational: ages seven to eleven Formal operational: ages eleven to sixteen  According to Ausubel The adulthood could profit of the explanations grammatical. it depends on suitability and efficiency the teacher He stresses meaningful learning
  4. 4. AFFCETIVE CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTIVE DOMAINS  Self-esteem belief in your own capabilities for that activity  Inhibition It is a negative force to protect the ego  Attitudes Negative attitude affect success the learning of L2 Positive can enhance learning the L2  Peer pressure Undermines the goal to learn a L2 Adults tolerate linguistics difference Children have strong constraints upon them
  5. 5. LINGUISTICS CONSIDERATIONS BILINGUALISM (code swithching)  Coordinate bilingual: two meaning system  Compound Bilingual: one meaning system INTERFERANCE BETWEEN L1 AND L2  Adults: operate from the solid foundation of their L1 attemp to formulate grammatical rules  Children: learning is similar the L1 ORDER OF ACQUISITION It is creative construction process