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SOCIAL STUDIES – SEMESTER 3 REVISION (GLOBALISATION IN EDUCATION) QUESTION FROM GROUP 5:
-Describe the impact of globalisation on current education policies and programmes in Malaysia,
Globalisation, an unseen force has affected tremendously nations around the world. It has affected many aspects namely economic, the society, communication technology and even education policies. In this case Malaysia is no free from the affects mainly on its education policies and programmes. As the year progresses, our nation is melding the younger generation to be an all-rounder and are marketable in international job worlds. Described impacts of globalisation can be included as the following: the use on the international language and preparing them for the tertiary level, second, the use of the information technology and third, the culture of teaching and learning process.

There are many international languages that loved to be referenced as the world language including English, French and Chinese Mandarin. Since there are many countries globally prefer using English, therefore the power of English is globalised worldwide. Malaysia, a multicultural ethnical country, we have the Bahasa Melayu which is our lingua franca, English, Mandarin and even Tamil. The government has realise the importance of English worldwide in the education line when they did op to the changes of the teaching and learning process of Mathematics and Science which was changed from Bahasa Melayu to English . This is one of the policies that the Malaysian government has come up with which is called PPSMI. Since English is being introduce as world language and needing it for the higher learning due to the impact of globalisation, Malaysia has come up with the policy of extending the credit hours of teaching Bahasa Melayu and English. For example, in national schools today, 4 hours each was allocated for the teachers to teach these two languages. Besides that, even Year One student would have an extra...

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