Emerging Technologies from Memory Palaces to Spacing Algorithms : Approaches to Second-language Vocabulary Learning

@inproceedings{GodwinJones2010EmergingTF,
  title={Emerging Technologies from Memory Palaces to Spacing Algorithms : Approaches to Second-language Vocabulary Learning},
  author={Robert Godwin-Jones},
  year={2010}
}
Robert Godwin-Jones Virginia Commonwealth University An essential element of language learning is building one’s personal store of words and expressions, a necessary component to improving competency in all areas of communication. In classroom settings, introductory textbooks provide a controlled set of new vocabulary items unit by unit, usually introduced first in dialogs and then gathered together in a list at the end of the chapter. While teachers urge students to learn new words in context… CONTINUE READING
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