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1. 6 Forming and checking out hypotheses four. 1. 7 lively mechanical drill four. 2 mind's eye in utilizing the language four. 2. 1 ‘Starter phrases’ four. 2. 2 An imaginary brother four. 2. three bearing on to be had varieties and on hand meanings four. 2. four DEXTER: Making vocabulary stick four. 2. five methods of targeting pronunciation four. 2. 6 a method: ‘Shadowing’ a news bulletin four. three Notes fifty seven fifty seven fifty nine sixty one sixty two sixty three sixty five sixty six sixty eight sixty eight 70 seventy two seventy four seventy six seventy seven seventy seven bankruptcy 5 An energetic Learner: Ed studying Korean, Rumanian and Swahili seventy nine five. 1 Pronunciation five. 1. 1 interpreting aloud to oneself five. 1. 2 EUGENE: sorts of systematic repetition seventy nine seventy nine eighty Contents vii five. 1. three construction a collection of auditory pictures five. 1. four a method: hearing one’s personal voice five. 1. five ‘Top-to-bottom’ and ‘bottom-to-top’ in learning pronunciation five. 1. 6 One emotional point of pronunciation five. 2 Vocabulary and grammar five. 2. 1 ‘Learning’ and ‘acquisition’ within the research of vocabulary five. 2. 2 Terminology isn't necessary to ‘understanding’ grammar five. 2. three ‘Top-to-bottom’ and ‘bottom-to-top’ in learning vocabulary five. 2. four assets: principles, regularities and workouts five. 2. five utilizing drills to advertise spontaneity five. 2. 6 based dialog in its place to drill five. 2. 7 the significance of assimilation five. three gazing one’s personal psychological task five. three. 1 ‘Shadowing’ grammar in addition to pronunciation five. three. 2 The stipulations for ‘monitoring’ five. three. three Fluctuating power degrees five. four Notes bankruptcy Six A planned learner: Frieda studying Arabic and Hebrew 6. 1 Texts and grammar 6. 1. 1 studying earlier than conversing 6. 1. 2 the significance of non-public involvement 6. 1. three production one’s personal meanings 6. 1. four moving of consciousness in the course of creation 6. 1. five a method: transferring consciousness whereas examining aloud 6. 1. 6 Paradigms 6. 2 Vocabulary 6. 2. 1 Vocabulary playing cards 6. 2. 2 a method: a technique to take advantage of playing cards for vocabulary 6. 2. three ‘Stockpiling’ new goods 6. 2. four FRED: Mnemonics 6. three Pronunciation 6. three. 1 generating sounds from revealed descriptions 6. three. 2 Perfecting fabric ahead of relocating forward 6. three. three The social value of a international accessory 6. three. four eager to sound just like the different individual 6. three. five variation pronunciation of one’s local language 6. four Cultural issues 6. four. 1 The etiquette of utilizing a language with its audio system 6. four. 2 ‘Instrumental’ and ‘integrative’ motivations 6. five Notes eighty two eighty four eighty four eighty five 86 87 88 89 ninety one ninety three ninety four ninety six ninety seven ninety seven ninety nine a hundred and one 102 103 103 103 104 106 108 109 109 111 111 113 113 114 116 116 117 119 one hundred twenty 122 123 123 a hundred twenty five 126 viii Contents bankruptcy Seven A Self-aware learner: Gwen studying jap 7. 1 engaged on the mechanics of the language 7. 1. 1 From ‘rules’ to ‘regularities’ to ‘resources’ 7. 1. 2 a method: operating grammar into actual dialog 7. 1. three the price of a bird’s-eye view 7. 1. four GRETA: the necessity for a ‘power base’ 7. 1. five the price of semi-attentive listening 7. 2 different issues 7. 2. 1 interpreting for excitement 7. 2. 2 constructing pronunciation via ‘acquisition’ 7. 2. three deciding on with others whereas conserving one’s personal identification bankruptcy 8 precis 127 127 127 129 129 131 132 134 134 a hundred thirty five 136 138 eight. 1 What labored for those beginners eight.