Volume 12 No 2 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Role of Memory in Language Learning –A Review


Dr.V. Vijayalakshmi, Dr.S. Patchainayagi

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V12I2.201057

Keywords: Memory, Learning and Memory, Memory and Language Learning.


Abstract

Memory is a framework or procedure that stores what we realize for some time later. Our memory has three essential capacities: encoding, storing, and retrieving information. Memory represents a “biological process” incorporating a spread of cognitive attributes (Parkin, 1993, p. 22). Encoding is the demonstration of getting data into our memory framework through programmed or effortful handling. Storage helps to retain the information for longer period of time. Retrieving information is the stage where the stored information is recollected. Language is a method for correspondence and individuals use language as an instrument to pass on the thoughts and interpret the message. Human consistently utilizes language to speak with each other. Fundamentally, there are two sorts of dialects that an individual learns in their life, the main language (L1) and the subsequent language (L2). The principal language is human's primary language, the language when they right off the bat hear and attempt to procure after they are conceived. While second language is the language that they learn after they have aced their first language. Generally they get familiar with the second language in the proper school. The most significant thing that we should see is that we obtain as opposed to get familiar with the main language and the opposite way around. At the point when we gain proficiency with the subsequent language, memory assumes the significant job. Memory is one of the variables which can be utilized to anticipate the exhibition of learning unknown dialect. The fundamental target of this survey paper is to research the job of memory in language learning through inspecting diary articles, books, magazines and so forth. Its motivation is additionally to feature the elements of memory in human mind and depict the job of memory in language perception and creation.

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