Have you ever tried mental modeling? Then try to imagine what will happen if we implement subconscious training in English skills instead of conscious learning ESL. This article describes a new pedagogy of subconscious training. Please, read this article and add your comments or questions: Subconscious Training In Student-Centered Class - eLearning Industry.
Conventional methods teach English by practicing the four language skills separately (speaking, listening, writing, and reading). Historically the failure rate of this approach is exceedingly high. The appalling forgetting curve characterizes conventional methods; besides, they can't stop cross-translation, and adults continue thinking in the native language when trying to speak in English. It explains why so many adults are struggling with the acquisition of English skills.
Amelia Friedman writes in The Atlantic: "Less than one percent of American adults today are proficient in a foreign language that they studied in a U.S. classroom." The methods that we use to teach foreign languages are the problem, not the learners. To improve English proficiency in the world, we need to implement a new teaching method that will restore the innate capacity of acquiring a foreign language in every adult learner.
In the subconscious Training in English skills, a learner develops a new habit of performing three actions simultaneously: reading, listening, and speaking simultaneously with the speaker. This three-action activity presents the brain with a challenging workload and automatically stops cross-translation into the native language. When cross-translation is stopped, a foreign language center is formed in an adult's brain because old symbols that were previously wired together with the words of the native language are now re-wired to the English words in the course of multiple simultaneous repetitions.
So, to stop struggling with English skills acquisition, start using the Subconscious Training of English skills. Driving a car, playing a musical instrument, martial arts skills, or speaking in English – all of these skills are trained subconsciously. During the Subconscious Training of English skills, the brain finds and records the language patterns that it can perform without conscious effort and with minimal attention, i.e., automatically. Many teachers and educators tested the patented method of subconscious Training of English skills as a pilot project and demonstrated unprecedented success, as shown in these testimonials.
Why do so many students easily forget the lesson taught? Because the appalling forgetting curve characterizes the conventional methods of conscious learning ESL. Besides, they can't stop the cross-translation habit. How to resolve those issues? This article describes a solution to these problems: Subconscious Training In Student-Centered Class - eLearning Industry