A Structured Approach for Display of the Most Practical Theories in ELT
Keywords:Algorithmic Process, Combinatory, ELT, Flowchart, Theoretical Diagram, Theory
A flowchart is just a diagrammatic approach to capturing and managing information. The present study investigates a
structured approach to display some theoretical frameworks based on ‘Computational Cognitive Model’ by Dubey et al.
(2008) and visual attention model proposed by Koch and Ullman (1985) and implemented by Itti, Koch and Neibur (1998).
To this end, 10 practical theories are selected by the researcher to explain the sequence of steps followed by their framework.
Since flowcharts may be used for diagnosing a malfunction or logic of solving a problem. This study can indicate the
different parts of the theories to troubleshoot the problems as well as quick reference to previous steps. The researcher tries to
get an agreement on confirmation of combinatory theoretical diagram from the 7 faculty members in Ruskin university of
London. At the end of the statements, the exhibitive design of the practical theories selected in this study breaks complicated
processes down into a series of smaller, more manageable steps. This schematically design can boost students' interests much
better than text only and impart knowledge better since students can understand faster.