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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 3297-3305


USING NLP TO ELIMINATE NEGATIVE SELF BELIEF OF STUDENTS DURING ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Ms. Shalini Menon, Dr. M. Nagalakshmi.

Abstract
Out of the four skills required for language acquisition namely, Listening, Speaking, Writing, Reading, it is evident that Speaking is the most important of the four skills. However, when acquisition of English as a second language is concerned, a lot of factors stand as a threat for students and challenges the success of mastery of the language. The paper classifies them into three categories namely, 1. Environmental factors 2. Student related factors 3. Teacher related factors. The paper emphasises on the usage of NLP technique, Distortion and the way it helps alter belief pattern of children about themselves and their abilities.

Key words: Language acquisition, second language learning, NLP techniques, distortion, teacher related factors , language mastery.



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