Good. Can you feel the limitation of when you can’t access the internet? When the Wi-Fi symbol finally lights up, above the dot there are three arches from the largest to the smallest, these are like the three channels through which our brain receives information: the auditory, visual and kinesthetic canal. One of these is predominant but you know well that with a single notch you can’t go anywhere! To receive the maximum and thus obtain the maximum benefits from studying English, we must look for those points where our brain will have 3 notches! That is, where we can “see” the language, “hear” the language and practice it by linking body sensations such as touch, movement, balance, posture to its use. One notch … no good!
Let’s come to our College English class in England, we hear English from native speakers, we see it in the videos, we speak it and we listen to it again ourselves, we link to it all the perceptive memories of the smell of the canteen, the touch of the carpet under our feet, the colors of the sky outside the windows , the sound of the voice of the Director of Studies, the weight of the suitcase, the meetings at the airport, the waiting outside the exam door, the trips, the monuments, the English rain, the English sun… changeable and unpredictable weather.
In short, by amplifying, letting information enter through all three channels of perception, it is as if our mobile phone always had three powerful notches to take data from the network all around and since your brain also connects to the outside world like a wi- fi, give it 3 notches.