Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
TED-Ed Original lessons feature the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators. Educator Claire Bowern and Director Patrick Smith have produced a great little…
Have you ever asked someone to repeat themselves, only to realize that you suddenly know what they said? Read something without realizing a word was repeated or misspelled? Heard words in an instrumental song?
Studies of brain trauma to the so-called “language center” teach us about areas of the brain controlling two very different aspects of speech.
Unable to decipher social cues or verbal tones, Victor was wary about his reunion with the stern Itard and hesitated to greet him, thinking he might be angry about the extended vacation.
“I always enjoyed watching Bill Clinton dial up his southern-fried accent as needed for a barbecue or down for a speech to the United Nations. But I cringed just as much watching Hillary Clinton try to do the same.”
Just a few days after New Years 1800, Victor decided to walk out of the woods and into the village, ready to join society… whatever that was.