ROLE OF MOTOR ACTIVITY IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (L2) IN DEVELOPMENTAL AGE: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Manuela Valentini, Giulia Delbene

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The aim of the review is to analyze scientific studies that have tested the effectiveness of teaching-learning of the second language through motor activity, the movement in developmental age. After in-depth research, 28 international studies were selected, highlighting the use of different approaches: Content and Language Integrated Learning in Physical Education lessons, Asher's Total Physical Response. The results show a greater predisposition, motivation and confidence by the students learning a foreign language with the body in motion, since motor learning makes the lesson more engaging and easier to memorize, improving oral comprehension and target vocabulary.


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Physical activity, Second language acquisition, Primary school, Preschool

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v5i3.426

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