Integration of Language Learning Theories and Aids Used for Language Teaching and Learning: A Psycholinguistic Perspective

Ahmed Mohammed Alduais

Abstract


The maximum use of both human senses and aids for language teaching and learning is more effective than the minimum use of them. This statement has been introduced argumentatively from a psycholinguistic perspective. For achieving this purpose, however, the researcher has introduced first the types of aids which can be used for language teaching, then the theories of language learning and lastly the integration of both aids and language learning theories towards more effective teaching and learning of languages.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v2i4.2438

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