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Brain Usage and Nature vs Nurture in Children’s Language Acquisition: An argumentative approach Introduction - Skinner, Chomsky, Krashen etc. & their theories have no end! - Main Aim: Brain usage together with the “nature vs nurture” - Brain usage will be broken down into two parts: rapid brain development and left/right brain usage - Nature vs nurture: no final and definite answer is still not available, nature and nurture both impact a child throughout their language acquisition and prove that they benefit when they come together, hand in hand . 1 Literature Review 2 Brain, nature and latest findings Table of Contents 3 Results/ Findings Here you could describe the topic of the section Methodology Qualitative and classical argumentative 4 Discussion Here you could describe the topic of the section Literature Review 1st reason why “Brain Usage” is important based on recent findings: - The simultaneous development of the brain is just as important, because it is our brain that provides us with the ability to learn and to develop new skills. - And it is from our brain that speech and language originate. Certain parts of the brain are responsible for understanding words and sentences. - These brain areas are mainly located in two regions, in the left side of the brain, and are connected by nerves. - Together, these brain regions and their connections form a network that provides the hardware for language in the brain. Figure 1 - A view of a brain ...
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