The Physical Dimension of Learning
Phenomenology and practice of teaching a foreign language are reflected in the physical dimension of learning. This definition includes learning environments and techniques as agents of specific criteria and forms of thought directed to the language acquisition. If spaces suggest the social aptitudes of the pupils, technique expresses the philosophical approach below and fulfils, at an operational level, the methodology of language teaching. Logical and conceptual elements like environment and technique not only have a pedagogical validity as they refer to a person and to a conscious cognitive act.