Methodologies abound in second-language (L2) learning, but few of them are deeply rooted in neurological and/or psycholinguistic theory. One such theory deals with brain lateralization and the role the right hemisphere plays in learning a second language. It is generally believed that the primary language centers are located in the left hemisphere; the right brain, in contrast, is not considered to be a fundamental influence in verbal expression. Some researchers believe, however, that the right hemisphere may play a larger role in language learning than previously thought, and that stimulating the right brain while acquiring a second language can lead to a greater degree of success in L2 acquisition (McCarthy 1987; Seliger 1982; Schneiderman and Wesche 1983; Schneiderman 1986; Scovel 1988). This article discusses classroom methods and activities which can stimulate the right brain in order to harness and amplify L2 learning potential.