Can memory training positively affect the skills of learning a foreign language and support learning English by older students?

Experiment conducted at the University of Third Age at the University of Wrocław

  • AGATA KOZAK University of Wrocław, Poland
  • JACEK GULANOWSKI University of Wrocław, Poland
Keywords: lifelong learning, adult education, third age, senior students, memory train-ing, English learning

Abstract

The experiment covered in this paper was conducted from November 2011 until Febru-ary 2012 in the University of Third Age at the University of Wrocław in Poland as a part of the Third Age and New Technologies (TANT) project which was realised as a Grundtvigpartnership programme. The aim of the experiment was to determine whether memory training can positively affect learning a foreign language (English) by senior students.

Published
2020-01-13
How to Cite
KOZAK, A., & GULANOWSKI, J. (2020). Can memory training positively affect the skills of learning a foreign language and support learning English by older students? : Experiment conducted at the University of Third Age at the University of Wrocław. Journal of Education Culture and Society, 3(2), 89-98. https://doi.org/10.15503/jecs20122.89.98
Section
LOCAL CULTURES AND SOCIETIES