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    Overview: The Brain

    This guide provides an overview of which type of English learning activities are associated with which types of brain activity. The article is followed by a number of classroom activities which help you use different types of brain activity to...

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    Source: About English as 2nd Language
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    There's some interesting ideas here:

    Example:
    An example of a left brain ESL EFL activity is the studying of first the simple past and the present perfect followed by an exercise in which students need to choose whether to use the simple past or present perfect.
    What do you all think of this concept?
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