I don’t even know what neurolinguistics means. I’ve heard the term in language research is all. and it of course is connected to the field of psychology. I don’t care about that, but I am interested in how subsubtle activity of the tongue in the formation of French language accent/output effects how my students speak.
I am talking about the kind of activity we find in Suggestopedia. Whether it jives with the research and all that, or if I am using the term inaccurately, I don’t care. I am going to use it anyway to describe my idea.
I don’t apply it to my level ones because I don’t have time. I can’t even get the music thing going, and can’t get to enough reading. Of course, I can never get to enough reading.
However, I think this idea can be used with damaged speakers, kids who, having taken two or three years of a language, can’t speak a word. That describes a lot of kids. Maybe I can get a vimeo up on this idea. On verra.