• mother tongue
    The Benefit of English After I read “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan, “The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, and “Two Ways to Belong in America” by Bharati Mukherjee, I understand that the familiarity with the English language affect the authors a lot. All of...
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  • Learning English
    Barboza. My Experience Before and After Learning English English is a very important language. Nowadays, it is recognized as a universal language. Opportunities to travel around the world, to know about other cultures or to get a scholarship to study abroad are some of the advantages of learning English...
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  • Essay
    the importance of English in modern life. Mastering English is quite difficult for them, Why? Because they don't find out a suitable way to learn. I state you about the way to learn English I think it is the best. It is combination of two factors: learning inside the class and learning outside the class...
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  • Learning English
    Life long learning is the concept that it is never too soon or too late for learning. Lifelong learning is attitudinished that one should be open to the new ideas, decisions, skills or behaviours. English is neccessity of life and the same as lifelong learning when you want to live in the real world;...
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  • Journey to English
    Journey Of English By Amir Efendi Headings: 1. Introduction ● Short story on English language 2. The Humble Origins ● Talking of my first introduction to English during childhood 3. A Tough Way ● Experience in trying to bring knowledge of the English language...
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  • Efl Students’ Attitudes Towards Learning English Language: the Case of Libyan Secondary School Students Dr. Mohamad Jafre Zainol Abidin School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Penang, Malaysia E-
    Attitudes towards Learning English Language: The Case of Libyan Secondary School Students Dr. Mohamad Jafre Zainol Abidin School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Penang, Malaysia E-mail: Jafre@usm.my Majid Pour-Mohammadi (Corresponding author) Department of English Translation, Islamic...
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  • Oral English
    ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????? ?? ???? ?? ?? Abstract Oral English is the greatest use of language and is the basis of communication. In fact, it is the basis of literary. ‘Language plays a vital role in the personal...
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  • Langauge
    Natasha Halim Mr. James Springall English Language and Literature SL 1 25 September 2013, Wednesday Word Count: 1253 (with rationale) – 950 (without rationale) Rationale This autobiography discusses about bilingualism. I have been a bilingual person because I have been taught to be able to speak...
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  • My Teaching Philosophy
    I believe that English Language is an essential language that needs to be learnt by all the children of the world. English Language is a language of the world and in this globalization children need to know this language for them to survive in this world. It is crucial and it is that need that...
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  • My Second Language
    first language is their native language. My first language is English but my second language is Vietnamese. It has always been equally important to me in my life. My parents spoke English, but little of it. As I was getting a little older, one day I heard my parents talking in Vietnamese and it was...
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  • English
    agree with you. English is, no doubt, a very important language, for it is an international means of communication. The problem is that, as things are nowadays, here in Portugal, students don't seem to realise its real importance, because they don't need it! They don't like to speak in English... They aren't...
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  • Student-Centred Educational Philosophy
    placing the students as the centre in learning process. These three philosophies reject essentialism and do not agree with traditional mediums of teaching. They are recontructionism, progressivism, and existentialism 1.2 Reconstructionism Reconstructionism is an important contribution of Theodore Brameld...
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  • catalog
    of my series of English teaching videos Before I begin we will take a look at some of the common questions that often arise when talking about learning the English language. and more importantly, learning it as a second language. So, the first question must be... "Why do we need to learn English?" ...
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  • English and the Future
    ENGLISH AND THE FUTURE   What is the future of English? How will language learning change? Will students learn in the same way in the future? What will be the biggest change? To fiind out some answers to these questions, we asked David Graddol, author of 'The Future of English?', to give us his...
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  • SOP for Language Teaching
    thought. While the study of languages seems monotonous and meticulous to many people, to me it is an unfathomable ocean of fun. My initiation of English study originated from my obsession to literary aestheticism. It was a step-by-step aesthetic pilgrimage to the glorious palace of western literature when...
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  • 759 Stores
    (Tiffany) Student number: D120133 DATE: 16-10-2012 Topic: Learning English experience and expectation within 20 months When it comes to learning English experience, rising interest in learning is a most practical way for me. Studied in a Chinese secondary school...
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  • Essay
    AISYAH AMALIEN SPEECH-THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE -From: AiSya Humaira <aisya_humaira1996@yahoo.com.my> Subject: speech To: "sirrosdi@yahoo.com" <sirrosdi@yahoo.com> Date: Saturday, 21 January, 2012, 2:42 AM   The Importance of English Language”              A profoundly good...
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  • essay
    BBC Learning English 6 Minute English 12 September 2013 70 Years of Learning Rob: Hello, I'm Rob and this is 6 Minute English and I'm joined this week by Finn. Hello Finn. Finn: Hello Rob. Rob: We are in a celebratory mood this week Finn aren't we? Finn: Yes we are. We have...
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  • my teaching experience
    women must know how to read, write and count so as to deal with daily ordinary work. Nowadays a person without education is a loser. Education is important for the upliftment of man. It is high time to make our students realize that education is beneficial in all aspects. Where there is education there...
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  • Literacy as Treasure
    valuable in life. Russian schools stand out for their strictness of grammar, meticulous evaluation of work, and broad reading materials based on the Russian classics. I was born and raised in Russia and I attended high school in my hometown, Moscow. One of the most important subjects in my school was...
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