Disclaimers at LELB Society to Consider before Registration

Please consider the disclaimers at LELB Society before registration. Our disclaimers clearly state our refusal to accept any responsibility to provide you with the following services. Watch this video Disclaimers at LELB Society LELB Society is not a platform for you to download multimedia files, particularly audios and videos. Unlike many other institutes, the use … Read more

Adaptive Control of Thought Model – Best Explanation

Adaptive Control of Thought Model or the ACT model puts emphasis on the role of practice in the transitional change of knowledge. Anderson assumes that conversion of declarative knowledge into procedural knowledge is crucial for learning complex skills including speech production (DeKeyser, 2007; Johnson, 1989). Adaptive Control of Thought Model Anderson’s ACT Model helps us … Read more

English Presentation on Learning Styles

English Presentation on Learning Styles English Presentation on Learning Styles Handout Provided by the Lecturer What are the three main learning styles? How do you define learning styles? What is your dominant learning style? How differently visual and auditory learners try to learn new things? How should a teacher interact with a kinesthetic learner? Do you … Read more

Emergentism in Language Learning | TESL Issues

Emergentism Emergentism is the name that has recently been given to a general approach to cognition that stresses the interaction between organism and environment and that denies the existence of pre-determined, domain specific faculties or capacities. Emergentism thus offers itself as an alternative to modular, ‘special nativist’ theories of the mind, such as theories of … Read more

Input Hypothesis Specifications | TESL Lessons

Input Hypothesis Input Hypothesis Krashen’s Input Hypothesis explicitly rejects a role for consciousness, claiming that “acquisition” is a subconscious process. Krashen assumed a ‘language acquisition device’, that is, an innate mental structure capable of handling both first and second language acquisition. The input activates this innate structure. But only input of a very specific kind … Read more