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Exposure to Constant Reading Generates Richness in Writing Development

Several investigations in cognitive neuroscience at the Laboratory of Language Dynamics in Lyon, France, have shown that students who have more contact with literature develop greater neural networks, promote both hemispheres, and leave because speech production encodes phonological and orthographic areas. In contrast, in the right hemisphere, creativity is enhanced since serotonin is secreted when reading is enjoyed. Reading makes it possible to enhance writing techniques because of the neuronal process and endow the terminology and intrinsically master the language, which is expected when students are immersed in a second language learning pathway.
By Edgardo José Hidalgo Chacón - School of Education Student
14 Jun, 2021
4:00 AM

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