This book provides a revolutionary new approach to language learning based on brain research. Have you ever wondered why some people seem to pick up new languages with relative ease, while for the rest of us learning even the basics is a tough, uphill battle? In an effort to answer that question - and overcome his own struggles with learning foreign languages - psychologist Louis Aarons embarked on intensive study of how the brain processes and stores foreign words and phrases. Based on his discoveries he developed the revolutionary Subliminal System at the heart of Ingles Sin Esfuerzo . A terrific way to jump-start English language learning - and an ideal supplement to traditional learning methods - Ingles Sin Esfuerzo is an audio-based program that uses the multitracking properties of stereophonic recording technology in order to engage both sides of your brain simultaneously while targeting your left brain hemisphere, which does most of the heavy lifting during language learning.The only commercially available language learning system of its kind, Ingles Sin Esfuerzo : employs the first method based on the science of how the brain works during language learning; takes a unique multisensory approach combining listening, speaking, reading, and writing for maximum retention; has been scientifically proven to be the quickest, easiest way to learn the 1,000-plus English words and phrases most used in everyday conversation; and, features dialogues illustrating how vocabulary is used in context and self-tests that help you gauge your progress. This package includes: three 75-minute audio CDs and a companion workbook.
|Publication date:||18th November 2004|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe|
|Categories:||ELT non-book material & resources, ELT self-study texts,|
Louis Aarons, Ph.D., is a research psychologist and a leader in the field of learning and brain function. He received his doctorate in psychology from the University of Chicago and has served on the faculties of Northwestern University School of Medicine, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Chicago.More About Louis Aarons