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Memory and its Role in the Learning Process

What are the primary differences in the learning process between learning to read English, learning to write grammatically in English, and describing newly learned skills using English writing? Why are these differences significant? How might these differences affect instruction?
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(1) What are the primary differences in the learning process between learning to read English, learning to write grammatically in English, and describing newly learned skills using English writing?

The primary functions of language are to foster communication, and build relationships. However, the process of acquiring and using a language system depends on a human capacity and/or the ability to communicate effectively. Based on the specific rules of language. The primary differences between the three ac are based on the rules of language production consisting of phonology (sound patterns), lexicon (words and expressions), and syntax [arrangement of words in a sentence] (McCabe. 1989). In the English language the production of the spoken or written words that develops from an intended message. However, reading depends on understanding words that are encoded into speech and meaning. As McCabe points out, a transition occurs from a developing concept to a comprehensive, linguistic form. In other words, the fundamental skill underlying a speaker's ...

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This solution discusses the role of memory in the learning process; it examines the differences between the processes of reading, writing, and describing the English language.

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