Teachers characteristically have directed their pupils to “pay attention” or “settle down and concentrate” when they have wished to communicate a new idea or concept. The simplistic implication is that if the pupil pays attention to the statements of the teacher (that is, opens up his receptive apparatus in some unexplained way) he will learn. Unfortunately the process of learning is not that simple.
KeywordsLeft Hemisphere Poor Reader Cochlear Nucleus Serial Order Auditory Perception
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