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Brain training for learning vocabulary to enhance language competencies in the students of mechanical engineering
C. Kalyan Chakravarthy,
Published in IAEME Publication
Volume: 9
Issue: 948-953
Pages: 948 - 953
Nowadays, English language education has been sharpening on learning styles. Nevertheless, in spite of the number of practice books, articles and websites, particularly there is no reasonable proof for the presence of the learning styles. Additionally, if does anyone agree that it is the brain that acquires, there should be pointers in the brain for the presence of learning styles, practically. In this paper, the consistency and strength of tests assessing learning styles are examined. However, this paper does not aim to merely target this problem; it is broader in scope, in that it will also deal with problems in general that surface on account of inefficient techniques used by learners when tackling their issues with vocabulary. Far ahead, succeeding the fundamentals of trail evidence, it is specified that the normal manner of the brain to acquire words happens by gathering numerous receptive experiences. © IAEME Publication.
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JournalInternational Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology
PublisherIAEME Publication