Words on Lines

      ONE WRITER' PAGE - Macanoly V.Q.

My heart is made out
by pieces from ants farm
untouchable, unbreakable
 and mostly not to die.
to Queen Elizabeth of England and Queen Ruth  of Sweden


                       TRAIL TO HEAVEN

             "I have rather sit in the light of God, than sat in the darkness."(V.Q.)


Comprehensive English

by Macanoly V.Q.

To understand a native or foreign language is indispensable to set a routine  studying discipline. Discriminating learning distinguish all the parts compounding language acquirement, there a reason why is necessary to learning assess level to a next stage in advance, to not stuck in stationary repetition, and continue in gaining a rich vocabulary.

Usually, repetition refers to a beginning stage in preparing our memory in language learning in reinforcement of words as names, nouns, verbs, adjectives to obtain a properly pronunciation, as well in functioning memorizing from the whole pieces that comprehend a sentence.

In rehearsal of language learning there should be a persuasive method which can make students enthusiasm brighten in a relaxing environment reliant to gain students confidence in themselves, teaching and learning, and most of their capabilities.

A complex lesson needs to find a way a simplicity to be understood clearly and memorized, this does not refers to meaningless sentences, but to sentences that can take to a significative learning, a sentence that can cause impact or is associated to reality, for example, 1. Intensive learning develops brain triads., or in a more simple way, 2. Universities went on strike to improve the ways of scholarships assignation., 3.-Citizens claim to governments for job and salaries improvement.

It can also be applied in a mathematical way utilizing simple formulas for sentence composition understanding, helping to bring up a correct answer and also a clear pronunciation.

In this way practice must involve visual, motor and hearing memory for a comprehensive stage where the relation between visualizing, writing and listening are altogether in balanced coordination. Also a hearing impair can learn a proper pronunciation in combination with a tactile dispositive that can pronounce the words correctly and those are perceive by finger touching, just a new useful invention.

Student in a foreign country can obtain skills in English learning as a second language with a constant practice and interacting as with native with other immigrants “interested in English learning”. And students in a native country should avoid spam-glish at the beginning of language increasement, if they don't differentiate or accept both as different studying subjects in can turn into a tediously stuck in learning or just an ordinary debauchee, and the nearly result an slamy slam repetitive vocabulary which does not allow them to perceive the excellence in language learning. Here the reason why disguising differences in languages as distinguish subject is quite important as being a authentic prayer can be.


 A pointing Finger,
a first step in reading learning
by Macanoly V.Q.
 In an schematic overview, it can be deduced that motor eye coordination in directly relation with eye contact are fundamentals in ordely to obtain a rehearsal in reading in  way of gaining reading skills during the first learning years .
By going on the text pointing line on each word, and repeating them at least twice (for children 4-6), you can get the child to learn the correct pronunciation, it is an every day practice, also hand dictionaries can help to learn right pronunciations.
For Infants and toddlers,  can be use single meaning words from each day vocabulary in flash cards comparing related words as meal-dish, water-glass, coffee-cup, as well flash cards are useful with Prescholers and PK students to build a large vocabulary, patterning words with another, for example as synonimos. It will develope and refinated visual-motor perception.
Later they can asset on learning to build sentences by knowing the difference while pointing only sustantives, pronouns, verbs, adverbs,articles or adjetives by separated.Handle a note pad and ask the child to write them down and then when they are distintive to the eye to build a whole sentence of they own, so the motor visual, hearing memorystart builduing for them a large vocabulary.After building sentences you can handle a childrens dictionary, and the can build a recognition routine by looking and writing down in they own. In way your child will learn to read a very young age in they own, rather than wasting time in that need of attention that some adults have every morning or bed-time reading. Reading with adults can became an special ocasion to share opinions about the theme read, rather than turning it into a boring delaying routine...I know, I did that!

 The Unconscious Mind
Macanoly V.Q. 

Sigmund Freud described the unconscious as the reservoir of all the thoughts, feelings, and urges that lie outside of awareness. According to classical Freudian psychoanalysis, is a "part" of the mind that stores repressed memories. But, it is defiance when we talk about poetry, because it is the living moment or part of that conscience which resides in the unconscious mind.

Conscience that isn't taken to use at certain moment is stored and restore by the unconscious. It isn't just about memories, it is about a building block that contains new experiences unknown by conscience. For example, André Bretón had experienced in automatic poetry writing part of that conscience that isn't use at certain moment. But, there is a writing from the unconscious that bring up new and dense ideas that are not available by introspection to be explore by the writer. The unconscious mind can improve productivity in a performance twice when use in a real automatism.

The unconscious mind is still viewed psychological scientists as the shadow of a conscious mind, though there now exists substantial evidence that the unconscious is not identifiably, less flexible, complex, controlling, deliberative, or action-oriented than its counterpart.

The unconscious mind has reflects of conscience while keeping information that can be use by an individual. It doesn't stop being successful in acknowledgment of those parts that comprehend a memory, but it is complex and sustaining that it isn't necessary to be part of a memory as there are several unconscious behavioral guidance systems: perceptual, evaluative and motivational.


 "Silence is the best voice that living Gods and Godesses
had chosen to guide us" (v.Q)