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Hanna Komorowska is also for starting learning languages early but after acquiring the first language. There are two kinds of memory: Komorodska Arabski emphasises that in developing speaking skills extroversion is a desired feature, so extraverts learn to speak faster and better than introverts.

There are a number of commonly held beliefs about the age of learners. It may happen that kinaesthetic modality does not change at all. Most komorowsska held works by Hanna Komorowska. Issues in promoting multilingualism: It has got an immediate impact on the process of learning a foreign language.

Polish 69 English Positive attitude is quite necessary but not sufficient to achieve success in language learning. Crucial factors affecting a foreign language acquisition. Both hemispheres have got characteristic location of special nerve centres which are responsible for specific functions, very important in language acquisition.

Modality is commonly known as a way of reaction to new stimuli and it is strictly connected with the way of learning. Motivation and attitudes are aspects — which are related to gaining success in learning a foreign language.

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Testing English by Hanna Komorowska Book 7 editions published between and in Polish and English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Monolingualism – Bilingualism – Multilingualism: Acquisition of a foreign language is affected very much by individual differences. The book provides an overview of the major issues in the field from the teacher? Learning a foreign language depends on memory to a large extent. Some people say that children learn languages faster than adults do.


The theoretical part of the volume tackles issues which constitute the backbone to the understanding of the processes involved in language development, learning and teaching and thus contribute to applied research. These dissimilarities are related to factors such as: Motivation is often affected by relationship among the language being learned, the mother tongue and the social dynamic of them.

Inhibition is a personality aspect that discourages taking a risk in learning. These environmental dissimilarities do not determine a success or a failure in learning language, however, if students are supported by their families or relatives, they can achieve a success easily and do not have to put great effort into learning.

Women have stronger connection between the left and the right hemisphere. Project Page Feedback Known Problems. She also stresses the importance of getting to know students because it makes their work easier and teaching is more efficient.

A wide variety of topics ranges from theoretical approaches to foreign language instruction to a discussion of findings of empirical research in language learning and pedagogy. Some people are better at learning languages than others. It is commonly known that in the same class there are students who differ from each other.

The first one is typical of children whereas the second one starts to dominate at age of First and second language acquisition studies, classroom research findings, Polish, European and international legislation, as well as statistical reports on foreign language learning and teaching show how learners proceed from monolingual to bilingual or plurilingual competence.


It appears that children pick up a new language effortlessly. She also mentions that it is a changeable factor. Student have got their own ways of getting to know new things. The empirical articles in Parts Two and Three of the volume report on studies focusing on such important issues as various dimensions of awareness language, cross-cultural competence or affectivity and specific methodologies implemented in different educational settings such as, for instance, dyslexic learners or in teacher training programmes.

Other factors crucial to learners are learning styles. Children usually show kinaesthetic modality that later usually develops into visual or auditory or sometimes mixed modality. These ways are called cognitive styles, the most important appears to be the thinking style.

Intelligence plays a great role, if there is formal instruction in the classroom and is related to formal to studying of language like reading or writing.

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Hanna Komorowska lists three types of modality: Taking a risk in learning is a very important activity. Because the left hemisphere is responsible for speech language and the right hemisphere is responsible for emotions and movement, metodyk is not out of the question that these differences may come out during the process of learning a foreign language.

However, teachers have to know them and learn how to take them into consideration.