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English Presentation Handedness and Neurology

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English Presentation Handedness

English Presentation Handedness

Handout Provided by the Lecturer

  1. What is the proportion of right-handed people to the whole population?
  2. Explain the people’s overall attitude toward right-handedness and left-handedness.
  3. Criticize many Iranian teachers’ strategy to teach the lefty.
  4. What privileges are generally granted exclusively to the right-handed people in the society?
  5. How can you identify if a person is left- or right-handed?
  6. Who is called an ambidextrous person?
  7. What does the lecturer mean by saying that both nature and nurture influence handedness?
  8. What is brain lateralization?

Corrective Feedback

  1. You’ve improved a lot in comparison to your first lecture on LELB Society. Congratulations!
  2. You need to pay more attention to stress patterns.
  3. I wanna to define :arrow: I wanna define / I want to define
  4. This question come to mind :arrow: … comes to my mind
  5. It’s related to genetic :arrow: it’s related to genetics.
  6. Their child become :arrow: their child becomes
  7. I have a some experience :arrow: I have some expereince
  8. Handness :arrow: handedness
  9.  Mispronunciations:
    1. Iran:  /ɪrɑn, -æn /
    2. Unfortunately: /ʌnˈfɔː.tʃən.ət/ US /-ˈfɔːr-/
    3. Recognize: /ˈrek.əg.naɪz/
    4. Ambidextrous: /ˌambēˈdekst(ə)rəs/
    5. Moreover: /ˌmɔːˈrəʊ.vəʳ/ US /ˌmɔːrˈoʊ.vɚ/
    6. Phenomenon: /fəˈnɒm.ɪ.nən/ US /-ˈnɑː.mə.nɑːn/

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Topic: English Presentation Handedness

LELB Society’s Lecturer: Hanieh Karkhaneh

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