Mind and Body In Space. A cognitive linguistics account for language teaching



Presentación en el Institut des Sciences Cognitives - Université du Québec à Montréal.

Cognitive Linguistics provides a theoretical framework to understand language as a builder of meaning that stems from interaction with the world and draws from the sensorimotor experience of all speakers. This point of view affords remarkable potential for foreign language teaching: it shows that as physical experiences are universal, so are the conceptualizations of the L1/L2 speakers who have them.

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