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EEO. 2012; 11(1): 107-117


Brain-based Construct Approach in Second Language Learning

Bülent ÇİFTPINAR.

Abstract
The aim of research is to provide the stability of the words in long term memory. This research is a theoretical study. The structure and the functions of the brain have not still been worked out precisely even though there has been an ongoing research for 2 centuries. It is a necessity to comprehend the notion of Neurolinguistic (neurotic linguistics) in order to identify the relationship between the language and the brain. It is also beneficial to clarify the learning mechanism of the human brain in associating the brain and the learning process. Herein, we will have to consider the notion of memory, which can be classified as instant, short-term and long-term. It is possible to learn the vocabulary memorably in a foreign language either by living the language where it is spoken, or by creating constructive approaches such as pictures, relevant events and making stories. The constructive approach, as it is elucidated in this article, is possible to create a single scenario for every single word. By this method, it is obviously observed that the words, which the meanings are comprehended of, are not forgotten.

Key words: Neurolinguistic, language-brain relation.






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