With the DEL method we want the student to encode and retain the English language for a long period of time and that their learning of English is stored forever and they can use it on a daily basis without errors and autonomously.

The DEL method, in addition to teaching English, proposes to be a brain training program that allows the student to activate and strengthen their memory and other important cognitive abilities. The posed mental exercises have been created to stimulate specific patterns of neural activation. The continuous activation of these cognitive patterns helps to strengthen the neural connections involved in memory.

We have focused on working sensory memory (through constant auditory repetition), the memory to short term , working memory and fundamentally long term memory. The proposed exercises work the declarative memory, where the student has to make use of the information stored in his brain and that he must express verbally in the conversation exercises. For this, the parts involved in the brain are: the medial temporal lobe, the diencephalon and the neocortex.

The student, by carrying out the proposed exercises, must work with semantic memory, making use of information about the world that surrounds him, by using current issues and relevant to the student's current world, and episodic memory, where he will have to make use of your memory of concrete events that you have experienced.

We also use techniques such as priming, through the introduction of new vocabulary in the brain of our students, after previously introducing a presentation of other words that belong to the same semantic group.