• Level of Performance of Fourth Year Public Highschool Students Towards English Proficiency in Physics
    INTRODUCTION The Philippine educational setting is bilingual in nature, thus the level of performance of public high school students towards English proficiency in learning creates its possibility to be monolingual by using the considered foreign language as the standard language in teac
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  • Standardized English Proficiency Test Ploicy
    Prompt: Most of the professors in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages strongly suggest that an English major should reach an acceptable score of a standardized English proficiency test (e.g., TOEIC, IELTS) before graduation. Otherwise, he or she should not be qualified for graduating with a
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  • Low English Proficiency; Causes and Effects to University Students
    LOW ENGLISH PROFICIENCY; CAUSES AND EFFECTS TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS The low levels of English proficiency among university students nowadays becoming a hot issue among academic thinkers. This is because the students’ English language skills are not being developed during their higher education exp
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  • English Proficiency
    English nowadays is considered as the universal language; for which it is understood by almost all countries around the world. It is used by most people as their second language. First, it is a way of communication in business, negotiations & especially in academics. It plays an important role in th
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  • Ways to Improve English Proficiency
    Ways to Improve English Proficiency This article was created by a professional writer and edited by experienced copy editors, both qualified members of the Demand Media Studios community. All articles go through an editorial process that includes subject matter guidelines, plagiarism review, fact-c
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  • Importance of English Communication Proficiency
    Introduction Background of the Study “English is without a doubt the actual universal language” said Carlos Carrion Torres of Brazil. While English is not an official language in most countries, it is the language most often taught as a second language. English is most widely used in com
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  • English Language Learners
    racie Allen of the comedy team of Burns and Allen was once asked how one should speak French. She replied, "Well, you speak it the same way you speak English; you just use different words." When trying to assist in instructing English language learners, they usually have many concepts and language a
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  • English as a Second Language
    Bilingual education is a method used to teach language-minority students in public schools. The concept is that teaching English Language Learners (ELLs) partially in their native language will enhance their understanding of the curriculum and help them succeed in an otherwise English-based environm
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  • Official English
    Coming Together: English as the Official Language Did you know that English, the language spoken by ninety-two percent of the citizens of the United States, is in fact not the official language of this country? Actually, there is no official language of the United States. Most of you are proba
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  • Proficiency of Deaf High School Graduates
    Running Head: English Proficiency Different English Proficiency Levels of Deaf High School Graduates Erek Brewer The College of Saint Rose Historically, the English proficiency levels of Deaf people, let alone high school graduates, have not been viewed as very high. An important questi
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  • University's Students' Perception on English as a Medium in Their Learning Environment.
    INTRODUCTION Background English plays an important role at this area of globalization. People need to be proficient in English in order to compete on an international platform. Based on the resolutions of MELTA (Malaysian English Language Teaching Association) National Colloquium on the Role
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  • English Only Debate
    Should Americans who enjoy summer barbecues give them a different name because the word comes from barbacoa, the word used by the Taino Indians who inhabited Caribbean islands like Puerto Rico and Cuba? Many Americans consider that this influx of new cultures has greatly enriched American societ
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  • English Only
    How can there be free speech if it’s only English? Even though 97 percent of this country's population speaks English, some lawmakers find it necessary to implement legislation declaring English the U.S.'s "official language," even going so far as to propose legislation that bars the use of any ot
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  • English as a Medium of Instruction
    http://www.fnf.org.ph/talakayan/liberal_topic.php?id=240 Filipino vs. English as the medium of instruction The English vs. Filipino debate is once again a hot topic. A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the government?s policy of using English as the medium of instruct
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  • English Only in School System of American
    Abstract The students population and culture are constantly changing in American. The population of students that are English learners has grown to almost have the student body in some school systems. This has created a problem for cities and states to teach the students English and to do so quickl
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  • English Language
    english language acquisition in the lao community of wellington: recommendations for refugee groups[1] • • Hilary Smith Lecturer International Pacific College introduction In the late 1970s the exodus of refugees from the three Indochinese countries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos rec
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  • Importance of English
    The Importance of English in the World of International Business ‘English is now a global language that belongs to all those who speak it.’ (Nigel Newton, publisher) It is the technology that allows people to travel further and faster than ever before. It is the Internet that lin
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  • English
    www.chitkara.edu.in CAREER PATH THAT WORKS here and around the world www.georgebrown.ca The Path of Collaboration In 2005-2006, George Brown College (GBC), Toronto, Canada and Chitkara Educational Trust (Chitkara), Chandigarh, India unified and articulated their vision, mission, and value
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  • English
    The growth of English as a second language in Sri Lanka in the last fifty years English Language belonging to the Germanic languages branch of the Indo-European language family, widely spoken on six continents. The primary language of the U.S., Britain, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand,
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  • The Official English Movement and It's Impact on Bilingual Education in the United States from the 19'Th Century to 2010
    “In American school they want to make Anglos out of all of us.” - The official English movement and it’s impact on bilingual education in the United States from the 19’th century to 2010 - January 26, 2010 Contents 1. Introduction
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