DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1400

Application of Brain Neuroscience in the Discussion of Multimedia English Teaching Mode

Min Zhang

Abstract


With the deepening of brain science research, more and more educators have begun to pay attention to the sensitive period and plasticity of brain development and the application and transformation of relevant research results in multimedia English education. This paper describes the "window of opportunity" in brain development and the importance of early education, as well as the "plasticity" of the brain development and the meaning of lifelong education, also this paper explores the enlightenment of brain science research results on the English education. With the development of various neuroimaging technologies, the research boom of brain science has swept the world. Researchers have used various brain imaging technologies to conduct extensive researches on the development and changes in the development process of the human brain and achieved fruitful results. More and more educators began to pay attention to the brain research of educational issues and tried to apply their results into educational practice, which made this field show a vibrant scene. English education is an important part of education. In recent years, the brain research in the field of English education has also made some new discoveries and advancement, which gradually reveals the relationship between English education and the brain. This paper will discuss the implications of brain science research results on English education.

Keywords


Brain Neuroscience, Correlation Analysis Method, Multimedia, English Teaching Mode

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