7LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS A – basic user in the Common European Framework of Reference for Lan- guages ADD – Attention Deficit Disorder ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ALM – Audio-Lingual Method APT – Audience, Purpose, Topic B – independent user in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages BASIS model of self-esteem – belonging, aspirations, safety, identity, success BICS – basic interpersonal communication skills BOTTY – ‘Botty The Robot Teaches You English’ (HD course) C – proficient user in the Common European Framework of Reference for Lan- guages CAH – Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis CALL – computer-assisted language learning CALP – cognitive/ academic language proficiency CLL – Community Language Learning CLT – Communicative Language Teaching CPH – Critical Period Hypothesis C-RTs – criterion-referenced tests DLR – Dennison Laterality Repatterning Edu-K – Educational kinesiology EFAC – ‘English For All Children’ (HD course) EFI – ‘English For Infants’ (HD course) ELP – European Language Portfolio ELT – English language teaching EYL – the policy of teaching English to Young Learners FD – field dependence FI – field independence FI/D – field independence/ dependence FLL – foreign language learning H0 – zero hypothesis H1 – alternative hypothesis HD conference, centre, learners, teachers, courses – Helen Doron conference, centre, learners, teachers, courses HDM – Helen Doron Method HD TTC – Helen Doron Teacher Training Course HIGs – High Input Generators 8IE – Instrumental Enrichment IL – Interlanguage L1 – first language, native language, mother tongue L2 – second language, foreign language LAD – Language Acquisition Device LAP – language acquisition process LASS – Language Acquisition Support System LIGs – Low Input Generators MEFAC – ‘More English For All’ Children (HD course) MEFI – ‘More English For Infants’ (HD course) MEG – magneto-encephalography MLAT – Modern Language Aptitude Test MMM...
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