COGNITIVE CONSTRUCTIVIST MEMORY ORGANIZATION (CCMO) IN USING “CONSISTENT PRONOUN I”, AS COHESIVE DEVISES IN ESSAY WRITING IN ENGLISH (COMPARATIVE APPROACH WITH ALBANIAN)

Florim V. Ajdini

Abstract


Memory Organization in CCM –when using “Consistent Pronoun I (CPI)”, in Essay writing in English, compared to Albanian academic essays, represents a research paper which focuses the cognitive constructivist memory approach and techniques, regarding mental processes of students when using this kind of cohesion type, in Essay writing.  There are many theories of memory organization regarding the use of CPI,   with nonnative writers, which perpetrate difficulties as result of the influence of L1 over the L2. In order to avoid this influence, this paper focuses on bringing about strengthening of CCM, compared between the writing practice between L1 and L2, in order to make sure that the use of this technique, gives the necessary results towards strengthening of text cohesion in English, as foreign language and Albanian as mother tongue. As a referencing model has been taken the Bluefield’s study, which aims to make this study examining into details the effects of organizationof CPPI, via using the ability of recalling it from the writer’s memory where they are stored. It is supposed to give a learning feedback for the English teachers and students, essay writers, in terms of enabling them to deliver a stronger teaching and learning input in general.

Keywords: Cognitive, Constructivist, Essay Cohesion, Consistent PPI, Theory Organization.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i0.2011

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i0.2011.g2439

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