Term: Bottom-Up Language Learning

Definition:

Language learning that starts with basic language units like words, and then moves on to more complex structures is bottom-up. This includes methods that concentrate on grammatical and sentence structures rather than looking at meaning of texts as a whole.


 

See Also: Top-Down Language Learning

Category: Learning and Teaching

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