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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Applied Bio-Communication For Language Competence

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AUTHOR(S)

Deni Darmawan

 

KEYWORDS

Bio-communication, Information Processing, Language Competencies, Learning Communication.

 

ABSTRACT

The language competence is obtained through the bio-communication stimuli given in the forms of visual presentation of still text and moving text; the pronunciation of still text and moving text; and visual, audio, and pronunciation presentations. Through the laboratory experiment method and with the support of the electroencephalography. The findings indicate that ability of the frontal lobe constantly increased from 7 to 17 MHz; the temporal fluctuated between 13 and 22 MHz; the Occipital was stable with 4 waves; the amplitude was also stable at 21 MHz, and the response rate was stable at 25.30 MHz. These findings are expected to contribute to the way learning materials are packaged to support the improvement of language competence by their teachers.

 

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