Neuroscience in the teaching of English

  • Pedro Julio Mendez Aguilera Universidad Agraria del Ecuador
  • Italo Rigoberto Carabajo Romero Universidad Estatal Península de Santa Elena
  • Ketty Zoraida Vergara Mendoza Universidad Agraria del Ecuador
Palabras clave: Neuroscience, brain, education, teaching, english, methodological strategies, constructivism


This study seeks to give an approximation to the role of the use of neuroscience in the teaching of the English language, to create educational resources to a language with a communicative approach teaching and reflecting on the implementation of methodological strategies congruent to modern education, is made a revision to new contributions in the pedagogical field, which include neural studies to see more closely how it develops and mature central nervous system and the brain, so now that the emphasis on learning a foreign language has become popular in recent decades, arduous way seeks to methodological strategies and activities to enhance their learning, which in this study proposes the use of six teaching strategies based on knowledge of how the brain, which are a contribution to reduce the educational gap between the old and the new school.
I conducted this study is with teachers of English from the University of Agraria del Ecuador. The correlational descriptive method is used and as results were obtained that the relationship between the studied variables is positive.


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Mendez Aguilera, P., Carabajo Romero, I., & Vergara Mendoza, K. (2018). Neuroscience in the teaching of English. Pro Sciences, 2(13), 3-10.

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