The Benefits of Reading Skills and Its’ Effect towards ESL Students’ Human Vibrational Frequencies

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Evelyn A/P Philip
Mariann Edwina A/P Maria Dass
Nursyafiqah binti Mohd Yazib


Reading improves memory retention and maintains mental acuity, which is the first advantage that second language learners can derive from the ability. This is due to the fact that, according to Ellis (2004), the human brain is made up of a working memory, where the supervisory attentional system (SAS) controls the flow of information. This allows second language learners to apply inductive reasoning, which in turn facilitates language learning. This is due to the fact that "adult language structure and the communication barriers arising from expressing nonlinear cognition into the linear channel supplied by the human vocal-auditory apparatus are the true causes of learners' language, not their genes" (Ellis, 2004).

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