The 2nd conference on interdisciplinary approaches on language teaching, literature, and translation studies , 2015-10-06

Title : ( Emotioncy in Language Education: From Exvolvement to Involvement )

Authors: Reza Pishghadam ,

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Following the latest trends in psychology and the great emphasis placed on the emotional factors, in this study emotioncy is presented as a new concept in psychology, which can be employed in language studies. Emotioncy is defined as a hierarchical order of null, auditory, visual, kinesthetic, inner, and arch emotioncies. In fact, emotioncy deals with the ways (e.g., visually or kinesthetically) individuals experience the world, which can affect and shape their mindsets. The lower levels of emotioncy generally serve to exvolve learners to the point of creating hyper/hypo realities, while the higher levels of that can be used to involve learners in the process of approaching the reality. Concerning language education, the major hypothesis here is that high levels of emotioncy can lead to high levels of comprehension or more rates of retention. In fact, individuals at the high levels of emotioncy are more involved in the process of learning. To espouse the hypothesis, some examples from the field of language education are presented. In the end, emotioncy is suggested as a novel notion in language education, which may introduce new lines of research.

Keywords

, Emotioncy, Exvolvement, Involvement, Language
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@inproceedings{paperid:1050108,
author = {Pishghadam, Reza},
title = {Emotioncy in Language Education: From Exvolvement to Involvement},
booktitle = {The 2nd conference on interdisciplinary approaches on language teaching, literature, and translation studies},
year = {2015},
location = {مشهد, IRAN},
keywords = {Emotioncy; Exvolvement; Involvement; Language education},
}

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%T Emotioncy in Language Education: From Exvolvement to Involvement
%A Pishghadam, Reza
%J The 2nd conference on interdisciplinary approaches on language teaching, literature, and translation studies
%D 2015

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