English As A Medium Of Instruction Essays and Term Papers

  • English

    * English As a Medium Of Instruction jesusisonline.wordpress.com/2008/06/10/legislators-push-english-as-medium-of-instruction/ A check on the bills filed in the 14th Congress shows that there are three... Premium3405 Words14 PagesCategory: Education * Should English Be The Medium Of Instruction...

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  • English Should Not Be Used as a Medium of Instruction in Higher Education

    The medium of instruction at all stages should be the mother tongue of the learner and in special cases regional language. English should be used as a library language. Students should learn only mother tongue at the primary stage. At the secondary stage a foreign language, preferably English should...

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  • English vs. Mother tongue as a medium of instruction

    Introduction Background of the Study Before we discuss the so-called Gullas bill or the proposed act strengthening and enhancing the use of English as a medium of instruction, let's get a backgrounder on the state of education in the Philippines. For every 100 children that start grade one in our country...

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  • The Best Medium to be Used for Instruction English or Filipino Position paper

    The Best Medium to be Used for Instruction: English or Filipino?  Posted by Markleen on September 27, 2011 at 9:15 AM Introduction The poor quality of basic education is reflected in the low achievement scores of Filipino students. International test results like 2003 TIMSS rank the Philippines...

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  • English as Medium of Instruction

    ENGLISH AS MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IN THE NEW GLOBAL Asst.Prof.Chincholkar.B.B Dept.Of English. Rajarshi Shahu College, Parbhani Abstract The English language is continuing to establish itself as a global lingua franca in a period of unprecedented globalisation. In the last decade educational systems...

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  • Argumentative Essay

    ENGLISH AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION For many years, the importance of English has increased because it has became a very common language all over the world. Owing to this situation, there are lots of argumentative topics which are about the power of English. One of them is about the medium of instruction...

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  • Medium of Instructions

    Medium of instruction is a language used in teaching. It may or may not be the official language of the country or territory. Where the first language of students is different from the official language, it may be used as the medium of instruction for part or all of schooling. Bilingual or multilingual...

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  • languages in globalizing world

    Is there a danger that English as the medium of international university instruction will play as increasingly elitist role in the field of education? Definition: According to David Crystal (2008), “a language achieves a genuinely global status when it develops a special role that is recognized in...

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  • Students Attending Cmi Schools Are of a Disadvantage Compared to Students Attending Emi Schools in Terms of Coping with Tertiary Education.

    tertiary education. And I am not with it The ideal case mentioned above cannot apply to all situations. Let us look into the statistic of the medium of instructions of secondary school in Hong Kong carried out by Educational Research Section of Education Department in February 1998. Over 95% of the Band...

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  • English in Indian Cirriculum

    learning of English in our schools and colleges can be promoted strictly within the framework of an approved national policy of education. No political prejudice either for or against English will be imported into the discussion as far as it is humanly possible. The place and importance of English in our...

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  • Should English Be the Medium of Instruction in Sri Lankan Universities

    Should English be the medium of instruction in Sri Lankan Universities Medium of instruction is a language used in teaching. It may or may not be the official language of the country or territory. Where the first language of students is different from the official language, it may be used as the medium...

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  • Bella

    Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines In ”Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines” journal,the author...

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  • Abolishment English in Science and Mathematics

    language has been the medium of instruction for about 20 years; however in January 2003 Malaysia re-adopted the English language as a medium of instruction for science and mathematics in a move to keep abreast with scientific and technological development that is mostly recorded in the English language. At the...

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  • Personal Guide

    between a foreign (read: colonial) language and (a) dominant local language(s). This is true in the Philippines where the debates have focused on English and Filipino, the Tagalog-based national language. In recent years, however, the mother tongues have posed a challenge to the ideological structure...

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  • Debate Rebuttal Research Paper

    Goodness This house believes that all subjects, except English, in elementary schools in the Philippines must be taught in the mother tongue. I. Expected Argument - The academic progress of the students will increase because English is the medium used in international textbooks and schools. II. Rebuttal...

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  • Nationalism and Language Use

    Philippines from other nations. Since the time the first law was passed, there have been a lot of debates on the use of the Filipino language as a medium of instruction and the role of the Filipino language in nationalism. A study was conducted on the faculty of the College of Arts Sciences and Education...

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  • Effects of Bilingual Education

    of a Bilingual Education Policy of the Department of Education Culture and Sports (DECS) which took effect in 1974, states that English should be the medium of instruction in teaching Science and Mathematics in the elementary and secondary schools. The policy requires that Filipino should only be used...

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  • The Implication of National Language Policy on English Language Teaching in Malaysia.

    Implication of National Language Policy on English Language Teaching in Malaysia. Introduction • Malay, Chinese, Tamil and English are the major languages spoken by the different ethnic groups in Malaysia. • Due to the British colonization, the English language once has become the official language...

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  • Industrial Scientists

    public, yet when it comes to the use of language it can be said that the constitution only protects the interests of those who prefer to be taught in English. What about those who would rather be taught in their mother tongue, the language that they understand best and are most comfortable with? I n the...

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  • Filipino

    national language in all public and private schools in the country.        A Department Order was subsequently issued by the Secretary of Public Instruction on April 8, 1940 to implement the aforementioned Executive Order.  Bureau Education Circular No. 26, s. 1940 provides that "... effective June 19...

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