Critical Period Hypothesis – Best Definition + 10 Points

Critical Period Hypothesis or CPH refers to a theory according to which children and young learners before puberty can learn any language(s) they’re exposed to very easily. Lenneberg hypothesized that cerebral dominance for language did not characterise the initial state of children, but developed gradually from about age two, complete only at puberty. This hypothesis … Read more

English Presentation Handedness and Neurology

English Presentation Handedness English Presentation Handedness Handout Provided by the Lecturer What is the proportion of right-handed people to the whole population? Explain the people’s overall attitude toward right-handedness and left-handedness. Criticize many Iranian teachers’ strategy to teach the lefty. What privileges are generally granted exclusively to the right-handed people in the society? How can you … Read more

Isolation | IELTS Listening Practice

Isolation | IELTS Listening Practice Isolation | IELTS Listening Practice 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 … 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