"High Intensity Language Training: An introduction to the key principles" by Aran Jones
2014 | EPUB | 36 pages | ASIN: B00PISI0EM | English | 0.1 MB
High Intensity Language Training is a new approach to language acquisition that focuses on working in bursts of intense effort, and taking generous rest intervals.
This introduction looks at the key ideas behind the approach, and shows you how you can assess whether or not the approach would be valuable for you.
It also introduces the H.I.L.T. materials available from SaySomethingin.com, as well as suggesting alternatives for learners who would like to test a High Intensity approach with material from other providers.
1 - What is High Intensity Language Training?
2 - How the Act of Speaking Affects Your Synapses
3 - The Cumulative Effect of Formulaic Blocks
4 - Turning the Sea into the Land: How We Extrapolate
5 - The Unexpected Value of Exaggerated Rest Periods
6 - How Accelerated Listening Exercises Change Your Brain
7 - Putting It All Together: Your Choice of Learning Schedules
8 - Getting Started: Preparing Yourself Emotionally and Psychologically
9 - Materials You Can Use for High Intensity Language Training
10 - H.I.L.T. Spanish Bobsled Run
11 - References and links
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