English Documentary on Brain Stroke 11 Tips

English documentary on brain stroke with transcript and an embedded video for ESL learners. Improve your listening and reading comprehension and at the same time enrich your medical and scientific vocabulary in real context. Source of documentary: TED-Ed YouTube channel Listening comprehension on brain stroke Reading comprehension on brain stroke Brain stroke Every two seconds, … Read more

Mot Juste 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Mot Juste 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with synonyms, images and in authentic passages and examples for GRE & SAT candidates and advanced learners of English /ˌməʊˈʒuːst/ US /ˌmoʊ-/ (noun) Definition the exact word or phrase that precisely fits in a particular situation or context, the exactly … Read more

English Presentation Alzheimer’s Disease

English Presentation Alzheimer’s Disease English Presentation Alzheimer’s Disease How to Give a Significant Presentation Write the script of your Lecture: Noun1. a formal talk on a serious or specialist subject given to a group of people, especially students: We went to a lecture on Italian art. Who’s giving the lecture this afternoon? 2. an angry or serious talk … Read more

IELTS Listening Practice Alzheimer

IELTS Listening Practice Alzheimer IELTS Listening Practice Alzheimer About this activity This activity is labeled round table by Dr. Hariri, the creator and administrator of LELB Society. This activity is on the premise of Flipped Learning, according to which the students watch a video before the class, carry out research into the selected theme, and prepare themselves for an informed discussion in the class. This activity is on the basis … Read more

Lateralization or Localization of the Brain | TESL Issues

Lateralization Lateralization argues that the location of language functions is fixed in one of the brain’s two hemispheres, usually the left one. Cerebral lateralisation or cerebral dominance refers to the differential proficiency of the cerebral hemispheres for the acquisition, performance and control of certain specific neurological functions. Infants as young as four days show a … Read more

Cortex of the Brain | Neurolinguistics

Cortex Cortex or cerebral cortex covers the surface of the brain and is only 2-4 mm (0.08-0.16 inches) thick. It plays a central role in such functions as memory, attention, perceptual awareness, language, and consciousness. The outermost part of the cortex is grey in color, hence the common term ‘grey matter’. The inner layers are … Read more

Aphasia or Language Dysfunction | TESL Lessons

/əˈfeɪ.ʒə/ (noun) Aphasia Aphasia refers to any damage to the left hemisphere that often provokes aphasia (dysfunction in, or loss of, language due to neurological damage. This damage results in a loss of procedural ability to use the L2 (i.e. learners cannot automatically and accurately access all aspects of their implicit knowledge of the L2 … Read more

Dyslexia or Word Blindness | TESL Lessons

Dyslexia Dyslexia or (word blindness) is a general term sometimes used to describe any continuing problem in learning to read, such as difficulty in distinguishing letter shapes and words. Reading specialists do not agree on the nature or causes of such reading problems, however, and both medical and psychological explanations have been made. Because of … Read more