I don't know it should be called a sad thing or happy, but every time I read some in English, I come across new vocabularies. I wonder if the day would come or not when I won't be bothered at all by any unfamiliar words to read ordinary materials in English. ha ha, I just hope so.
Now, today's new word is "resonance." mmm I like the sound of it.
His article is always full of eye opening views and gives me power to try to perform a new and uncommon style of English education. How come there are so many approaches of English education and I still find nothing meaningful and reliable.
I do agree with the importance of resonance if you really want to master a new language. When you feel no resonance toward that language, then you can't make a progress how hard you study or how good your teachers or lessons are.
Most of the English education in Japan lacks those insight and only satisfies with giving students tons of study and practices. It would be great if I could fill in my students with even tiny bit of resonance after one year class of Tadoku. I've got to prepare for it.