Multisensory Teaching of Foreign Languages

Authors

  • Vanja Šepec

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/vestnik.5.275-289

Abstract

Multi sensory teaching techniques stimulate learning by engaging students on multiple levels and help them to learn a new language through using a variety of senses.
Those techniques are hardly ever used in Slovenian school system and the below article focuses on presenting the latest findings in regards to benefits that sensory perception can have in learning processes. The article also outlines useful tools and various sensory and perception classroom activities  used  in teaching French as a second language.

Key words: multisensory leaching, VAKOG, adapting teaching methods to a specific learning type of students

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Published

01.12.2013

How to Cite

Šepec, V. (2013). Multisensory Teaching of Foreign Languages. Journal for Foreign Languages, 5(1-2), 275–289. https://doi.org/10.4312/vestnik.5.275-289

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Iz prakse za prakso