• The Benefits of Speaking Effectively in English
    English is an international language. It is used by people all around the world to communicate with each other. In fact, English is the official second language in Malaysia. However, some people do not take this matter seriously as they think that their own local language is just enough to be unders...
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  • The Effectiveness of the English Language Communication Skills of Selected 3rd Year Bsu-Bse English Majors in Computer Mediated Communication (Cmc)
    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS OF SELECTED 3RD YEAR BSU-BSE ENGLISH MAJORS IN COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION (CMC) RITCHIL B. PACENIO-GUMPIC SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL BENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY, LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET IN PARTIAL FULFILLMEN...
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  • English Skills Assessment of Esl Listeners at Cefr A1 Level
    1. Background This research presents the analysis of a listening assessment of a group of CEFR A1 Level adult learners of English in the UAE. 22 students participated in this study and consist of two groups at Elementary level – E2 and E4, with the latter being of a higher stage. Learners in th...
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  • Communication Skills in English
    COMPREHENSION AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH COURSE NO. ENGL-101 A TEXT BOOK FOR THE STUDENTS OF FIRST YEAR B. Sc (Ag.) DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ACHARYA N.G. RANGA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY RAJENDRANAGA, HYDERABAD – 500 030. COMPREHENSION AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS I...
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  • Action Research Study of Promoting Student's Confidence in Speaking English
    An Action Research Study of Promoting Students’ Confidence in Speaking English Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education (Ed.D) School of Education Faculty of Arts, Education and Human Development Victoria University By Montha Songsiri...
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  • Assessing Writing Skills in a Communicative Paradigm: an Evaluation of the Ssc English Examinations in Bangladesh
    Assessing writing skills in a communicative paradigm: An evaluation of the SSC English Examinations in Bangladesh Md. Zulfeqar Haider Teacher Trainer, ELTIP Communicative Language Testing is intended to assess learnersâ...
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  • The Effects of Cross-Culture in Speaking Abilities of Ab Major English Students of Universidad de Zamboanga
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Vernacular dialects merely pertain to the system of speaking which we used in our daily utterance. We have different dialect used and not only applied in our country as well as other countries. It has been difficult to comprehend other vernacular dia...
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  • Making Communication Proficiency Matters: Revisiting School Administrators’ Communication Skills in English
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE Introduction Language is man’s most effective medium of communication, be it oral or written. It allows people to communicate their ideas to say or write things to each other and express their communicative needs. Oral and written communication, as langu...
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  • Speaking English Test
    Chapter 1 Introduction Language testing and teaching can be regarded as twins-they are so closely interrelated that it’s impossible to work in either field without the other one. Language testing can serve to check the achievements of language teaching and at the same time it can exert some wash...
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  • Factor Affecting Public Speaking Anxiety
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Commonly, students refuse to do the task of speaking in public due to discomfort of being viewed upon by the classmates or the audience and does create inferiority in delivering a certain speech. Public speaking is a common source of stress for everyone especially to stu...
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  • factors that influence the attitudes of students toward the use of english language as mode of interpersonal communication
    DEDICATION This research paper is unconditionally dedicated to my family especially to my mother, Sylvia M Co, to my friends, classmates and last but not the least, to God Almighty. The Researcher ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The researcher is extremely...
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  • Assessment on Communication Skills in the Area of Speaking and Writing
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION People talk face to face, and they listen to each other. They write emails and reports and read the documents that are sent to them Human beings are communicating. In both decoding and encoding messages, people spend almost 70% of communication time as speakers....
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  • English Skills Assessment
    Language Skills Assessment The tests are all taken on the computer and are computer-adaptive (see below). All students take the same Listening test first and most then take the Reading Comprehension test. Those students who exhibit weak listening skills are routed to an ESL (English as a...
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  • Reviewing English in the 21st Century
    Reviewing English in the 21st Century Edited by Wayne Sawyer & Eva Gold Designed for teachers of English, Reviewing English in the 21st Century provides an overview of changes in English teaching in Australia over the last six decades, and the theories behind such changes. This edition also expl...
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  • English Language Teaching
    Topic Literature Review: English Language Teaching Strategies for Learning-Disabled Secondary School Students Date : 26 November 2004 Introduction One of the aims of the Singapore Ministry of Education is to ensure that all school-going children receive a minimum ten years of general...
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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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  • 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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  • Dificulties in Using English Across Cutures
    Dificulties in using English across cutures Interculture communication In modren business environment cross cuture communication is very much important it allows the transfer of information between people who belonging to different cultures. It also help companies to find customers, materials...
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  • Some Issues in Teaching English Pronunciation in Palestinian Schools
    English language is one of the international languages in all over the world. ِAs any language, it has four main aspects should be learnt in order to has a perfect one. One of these aspects is speaking in which pronunciation constitutes fundamental element that should be known. For this, pronunciat...
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