"Sociocultural Influences On English Language Learners" Essays and Research Papers

  • Sociocultural Influences On English Language Learners

    Running Head: TEACHERS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Problems that Science Teachers of English Language Learners Face in the Classroom Table of Contents Abstract………………………………………………………………..3 Introduction………………………………………………………..….3 Significance of the Study……………………………………………..4 Research Question……………………………………………………5 Hypothesis of the Study………………………………………………5 Methods………………………………………………………………6 Data analysis………………………………………………………….7 Conclusion……………………………………………………………8 References………………………………………………...

    Education, English language, Language acquisition 1611  Words | 6  Pages

  • 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 abilities that they need to master, as do the teachers that are trying to teach them. With the incorporation of the concepts and approaches to identify and assess the issues and concerns that we have learned...

    Educational psychology, English language, Language acquisition 1920  Words | 6  Pages

  • Assessment of English Language Learners

    Assessment of English Language Learners Alisha C. Green Grand Canyon University: ESL 533N Advanced Methodologies of Structured English Instruction December 12, 2012 Abstract Assessments are a critical tool in monitoring the progress of English language learners at all grade levels. The main purpose of assessments is to ensure students are receiving quality teaching instruction in accordance to academic and content standards. Even though these tests are not the only resource used for testing...

    Assessment, English as a foreign or second language, English language 1481  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Language Learner

    English Language Learners The United States still represents to the rest of world a land of opportunities. Immigration occurs when people from all part of the world make their way here to start new lives, find their new jobs or build new homes. Some leave their country to flee from oppression and injustice. Some want a life to escape poverty. Now the English Language Learners in America school constantly growing percent of all U.S student-There are more than five million children who are English...

    Education, English language, Multilingualism 910  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language Learners

    Fulfilling the Appropriate Needs: Working with English Language Learners Fulfilling the Appropriate Needs for English Language Learners The American classroom is ever changing because desks are being filled with students who have increasingly diverse backgrounds. Many of these students need to be taught the English Language while in school, these students are known as English-Language Learners or ELL’s (Bursuck &Friend,2012). “Culturally and linguistically different students can resemble...

    Education, English language, Second language 1399  Words | 5  Pages

  • Importance of English Language Learners

    Supporting English Language Learners North Boone School District is located in rural Boone County, Illinois. The district serves approximately 1,700 students. North Boone is a medium district with six schools in the district. There are three K-4 schools, one 5-6 school, one 7-8 school, and one high school. I teach eighth grade mathematics at North Boone Middle School where 6.1% of students are English Language Learners (ELLs) (Illinois Interactive Report Card, n.d.). Our district has one certified...

    Education, English language, High school 909  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education and English Language Learners

    AED/204 6/05/13 Educators are trying to find different and new ways to help English Language Learners succeed in their education. However they have come across many different legal and ethical conflicts that make it harder for educators to do their job in helping these learners succeed. Educators try to find ways that they can still help English Language Learners succeed without breaking the laws. As a teacher it is your job to make sure that all of the students get...

    Education, England, English language 741  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language Learners

    English Language Learners Cooperative groups are used as a strategy for teaching ELL students. This strategy has been proven effective for teaching content material as well as a second language. In a cooperative group situation students are each given the opportunity to speak and participate. As students work in a group with their peers they can observe the natural conversational language. These face-to-face interactions will promote language skills among students that are learning English...

    Education, English language, French language 895  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language Learners

     ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ELL 240 Linguistically & Culturally Diverse Learners Instructor: Jerrica Mesquita Antoinette Richardson September 30, 2013 In this paper we will explain the theory behind English language learners, and give the benefits Of the program. One will show how important it is to practice and or adopt this program as a teacher. In the scenario the teacher was caught off guard he know nothing about using, programs to help him teach...

    Education, English language, Language acquisition 811  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language Learner

    Some reports portray English language learners as a new and homogenous population. Actually ELLs are a highly heterogeneous and complex group of students, with diverse gifts, educational needs, backgrounds, languages, and goals. An English language learner is an individual that is of another culture and has migrated to America to live, learn, become educated and find a career. English language learners have been coming to America and continue to migrate here more and more. Most of them speak different...

    Bilingual education, Education, English language 994  Words | 3  Pages

  • Assessing English Language Learners

    Assessing English Language Learners Grand Canyon University ESL 533N April 10, 2013 Abstract The OTELA test is the assessment given in Ohio to determine if a student can be removed from the ELL program and be a part of the mainstream classroom. The test is similar to the ELDA test given in many other states. It is a shorter test in duration of number of questions on each part. The OTELA is compared more in detail to the ELDA, STAAR and the AZELLA. Each of these assessments are very similar...

    Assessment, Educational psychology, England 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Learners' Attitudinal Challenges : Problems & Remedies-English Language

    Learners’ Attitudinal Challenges: Problems and Remedies Prof. A. G. Dodewar Assistant Professor of English Mahila Mahavidyalaya, ...

    English language, First language, French language 1997  Words | 6  Pages

  • Resource for advanced English language learners

     Unit 1: Resource for advanced English language learners http://www.youtube.com/user/HarvardBusiness/videos Youtube HBR videos—look for other business-related channels This source of materials seems amazing to me. After a quick review on the material, I may admit that it is a good tool for me to develop my English learning in the long term. Harvard Business Review is a prestigious organization that can provide us intensive academic research on a variety of different topics. From this...

    Academia, English language, Learning 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Analysis on the Influence of Christianity on English Language

    culture is a reminder that the history of English is a story of culture during the past 1,500 years. The English language people use today went through three stages. Namely, old English ,middle wnglish and modern English. if people look back to the history of English, it’s certain to say that many elements have helped to shape the language, but one element that so crucial that we should pay special attention to is the influence of Christianity. II.on English General Vocabulary In the west, Christianity...

    Bible, Biblical apocrypha, Christianity 1446  Words | 5  Pages

  • Greek Influence on English Language

    Greek and English languages were not in direct contact until modern times, borrowings were necessarily indirect, coming either through Latin (through texts or various vernaculars), or from Ancient Greek texts, not the living language. Some Greek words were borrowed into Latin and its descendants, the Romance languages. English often received these words from French. Their phonetic and orthographic form has sometimes changed considerably. For instance, place was borrowed both by Old English and by French...

    Ancient Greek, Dialect, English language 1699  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching English Language Learners - a Review

    A review of “Teaching English Language Learners What the Research Does – and Does Not – Say” Anindita Shome Vikram Bhat Abstract: Educating English language learners (ELLs), that is, a student who does not speak English at all or with enough limitations so as to significantly hamper his or her participation in mainstream English instruction has been a matter of great debate for some time now. There are several issues to consider when attempting to ensure that ELLs keep pace academically with...

    English language, French language, Language acquisition 1002  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Language Learners

    technology and implement school and district acceptable use policies including fair-use and copyright guidelines and Internet user protection policies. (v) characteristics of appropriate and effective learner-centered lessons and units that integrate technology. (v) design, implement, and assess learner-centered lessons and units that use appropriate and effective practices in teaching and learning with technology. (vi) technology tools (including, but not limited to, spreadsheets, web page development...

    Appropriate technology, Education, Educational psychology 827  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spanish Influence on English Learning

    Spanish Influence on English Learning By Rozita Bron Table of contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Who Speaks Spanish …….…………………………………… 2 1.2 Origins and Other Language Influences ..………………… 2 2. Writing 1. The Spanish Alphabet …..……………………………………… 2 3. Phonology 3.1 Specific problems for Spanish learners …………………… 3 4. Grammar 4.1 Verb/Tense ……………………………………………… 3 4.2 Vocabulary ……………………………………………… 3 4.3 Other ………………………………………………………...

    Alphabet, English language, French language 928  Words | 5  Pages

  • Instructional Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners Math

    Instructional Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners Math EDU 534: Diverse Family Structures October 10, 2012 Abstract This paper investigates and examines the needs of English Language Learners (ELL) in our classrooms today. It defines who they are, gives statistics at three different levels, nationally, statewide and at the school level. A few general concerns about ELL are discussed and also some positive...

    English as a foreign or second language, English language, Language acquisition 1811  Words | 5  Pages

  • the influence of the english language on all world

    ISSUES ON FRENCH BORROWINGS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Василенко Дарья Жезказганский университет им. О.А. Байконурова Every living language changes through time. It is natural that no records of linguistic changes have ever been kept, as most changes pass unnoticed by contemporaries. The history of the English language has been reconstructed on the basis of written records of different periods. The earliest extant written texts in English are dated in the 7th century; the...

    England, English language, French language 1835  Words | 6  Pages

  • English Language Learners: A Look at Significant Legislation

     English Language Learners: A Look at Significant Legislation Megan Scott Grand Canyon University: ESL-523 September 25, 2013 English Language Learners: A Look at Significant Legislation America has overcome many hurdles over the past couple centuries, striving to create equality in education for all children. The view of education today is vastly different than it was 200, 100, or even 50 years ago. The United States has made many educational transitions from discrimination...

    Education, Education in the United States, English language 1033  Words | 3  Pages

  • It's All About the Law - English Language Learners

    About the Law – English Language Learners Jennifer L Givens Grand Canyon University: ESL-523N May 22, 2013 It’s All About the Law – English Language Learners Are English language learners a new population? Researchers would like us to believe so but the reality is that they are actually a complex group of students, full of diversity in their educational needs, backgrounds, languages, and goals, who have been coming to the United States for years. An English language learner is a person that...

    Arizona, Bilingual education, California 944  Words | 3  Pages

  • Significant Language Development and Academic Growth of the English Learner

    Significant language development and academic growth of the English Learner Kathy Gallivan ELL 497, Capstone Class Prof. Louise Framan November 5, 2012 The ultimate goal of teaching content and language to English language learners involves many theories of pedagogy and language acquisition. One language development theory is discussed within an introduction of Stephen Krashen at a language seminar, Mr. Shoebottom summarized his theory of language acquisition as having “no fundamental...

    Language acquisition, Language development, Linguistics 2455  Words | 7  Pages

  • English, the Dominant Language?

    English, which is spoken by 1.9 billon of the world’s population as their first language (Redman, 2004), has been spreading rapidly in the world since the British Industrial Revolution and colonialism in many continents such as Asia, Africa and North America during the 18th century (Lavot, 2000). As the influence of English is increasing, some linguists think that it is a natural process of successful international communication. However, many other languages are also dying out at an accelerating...

    British English, Dialect, English language 1033  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Teach Reading to English Language Learners

    Building Vocabulary in English Language Learners Teachers who work with English Language Learners know that academic language takes longer to achieve proficiency in than does conversational language. On average, ELL students need at least two years to achieve conversational language and, five to nine years to develop academic language proficiency. Many English words ELL students are exposed to in school, they have not yet learned or even heard in their first language, which makes transference...

    Commonwealth of Nations, Comprehension, English language 1188  Words | 4  Pages

  • Difficulties Faced by Urdu-Medium Learners of English at Graduation Level: An Outline for the Report

    instruction: 1. The government vernacular-medium schools which use Urdu, and the regional languages as Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi, Pashto, etc as their medium of instruction for teaching almost all the subjects. 2. English medium schools (private elitist; state-influenced public schools and cadet colleges; and non-elitist private English-medium schools) which teach all subjects in English except Islamiat and Urdu compulsory. 3. Religious seminaries (madreassas of the two major...

    English language, Language, Language acquisition 2178  Words | 7  Pages

  • Teaching English as a Foreign Language

    The acquisition of a new language can pose many difficulties to both the student, in learning the language, and to the teacher in communicating and teaching the language. The following essay attempts to outline some of these difficulties. One of the major factors affecting all students attempting to acquire a foreign language is the correlation of the new language and their native tongue. The degree of variation between the student’s native tongue and the English language can cause all kinds of problems...

    Classroom, Education, English language 1106  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects of High-Stakes Testing on English Language Learners

    English language learners enrollment in the Council member districts has remained relatively stable over the past several years. In 2007-08, 1.1 million ELLs were enrolled in urban schools, accounting for 16.5 percent of total district enrollment. In 2009–10, 1.2 million ELLs were enrolled, accounting for 17.5 percent of total district enrollment (Uro & Barrio, p. 26, 2013). The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 required students in grades three through eight to be tested every year in reading...

    Education, Educational psychology, High-stakes testing 913  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language Teaching and Ict

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND ICT BY BANDELE ADEBOYE SOGBESAN SENIOR LECTURER IN ENGLISH, DEPT OF LANGUAGES, TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, IJEBU ODE. INTRODUCTION Language has been described by various scholars over the years according to the perceived roles it plays in different circumstances. Sapir (1921) sees it as a system of arbitrary vocal signs and symbols used for the purpose of communication. It can also be seen in the light of Christophersen’s (1981) view as a conventional...

    Education, English language, French language 1308  Words | 5  Pages

  • English as a Global Language

    English as a Global Language International English is the concept of the English language as a global means of communication in numerous dialects, and also the movement towards an international standard for the language. It is also referred to as Global English,[1] World English, Common English, Continental English, or General English. Sometimes, these terms refer simply to the array of varieties of English spoken throughout the world. Sometimes, "international English" and the related terms above...

    English language, English-language education, Foreign language 1709  Words | 5  Pages

  • Learning and English Language Teaching

    learning to ride a bike or more complex phenomena such as; learning how to play chess, learning a language? Several learning theories attempted to answer these questions; behaviourist, cognitive, humanist and constructivist learning theories respectively. In the following lines we will try to outline principles of those theories and how constructivist learning theory can be applied to English Language Teaching domain. LEARNING; FROM DIFFERENT ASPECTS ‘The first coherent theory of learning...

    Cognitive science, Educational psychology, Knowledge 681  Words | 3  Pages

  • Global Language--English

    Disadvantages of English As A Global Language A widely accepted definition of global English which can be found at "www.reference.com" is "English as a global means of communication in numerous dialects, and also the movements towards an international standard for the language, it is also referred to as world English, common English or general English." In regard to history and why English developed into a global language, Crystal(1977) points out that the current status of English dominance is mainly...

    Basic English, English language, German language 1587  Words | 5  Pages

  • Common Core and the effects on America’s English Language Learners

    Common Core and the effects on America’s English Language Learners Since being introduced in 2010, forty-four States have now adopted the Common Core State Standards Initiative. This initiative provides standards in English, Language Arts and Math. Every child in a public school will be expected to meet each standard for their grade level in these areas. These standards are designed to guarantee that every child in America will be on par with each other. They use the example in their 3 minute...

    Education in the United States, English language, Language proficiency 2078  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lau vs. Nichols: English Language Learners

    educational opportunity to students with limited English Proficiency, Lau vs. Nichols 1973, Castaneda vs. Pickard 1981 and Plyler vs. Doe 1982 (The English Language Learners Knowledge Base, 2004). This research paper will focus on Lau vs. Nichols, a major ruling by the Supreme Court in reference to Title VI of the Civil rights act of 1964. In this research paper I will give the history, outcome and discuss the implications that have affected ELL classroom / learners of the future. This cases main point was...

    English language, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, High school 1576  Words | 6  Pages

  • What Are The Things That Motivate English Major Students As Language Learner

    What are the things that motivate English Major Students as language learner? Direction: put () check to the option you preferred best. Name: (optional) ______________________________________ Section: ____________________________ What are the things that motivate English Major Students as language learner? Strongly Agree 5 Agree 4 Often 3 Disagree 2 Strongly Disagree 1 Advancing in the chosen career Open doors to future jobs To gain social recognition Expansion of academic...

    Education, Educational psychology, Intelligence 465  Words | 4  Pages

  • Book Review - English as an International Language

    Linguistics- English and German in Comparison WS 2011/ 2012 Prof. Dr. Rainer Schulze Book Review Sharifian, Farzard, 2009. English as an International Language: Perspectives and Pedagogical Issues. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. Reviewed by Sascha Ranke, Leibniz University of Hanover The blurb of this contribution to the scientific research of English states that this language does not only matter in the context of linguistics but also in other subcategories of science like “sociocultural, political...

    English language, French language, Language education 2539  Words | 7  Pages

  • Improvising Reading Skill in English Language Classrooms

    skills in English has created a huge demand for English teaching around the world. Millions of people today want to improve their command of English or to ensure that their children achieve a good command of English. And opportunities to learn English are provided in many different ways such as through formal instruction, travel, and too many Spoken English Classes, as well as through the media and the Internet. The worldwide demand for English has created an enormous demand for quality language teaching...

    English language, French language, Language 1664  Words | 5  Pages

  • Histroy of English Language

    HISTROY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN BRIEF A BRIEF HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE History of English language will explain, why learning English as a second language is difficult without proper instruction, even though basic components are same. Throughout its history English has been influenced by the varieties of language. Living languages never remain static. Every language is the product of change and continues to change as long as it is spoken. Only dead languages like Latin or Sanskrit change no...

    British Empire, England, English language 2589  Words | 7  Pages

  • Cultural Effects on English Language Collocation as Foreign Language

    Abstract In English language, there are many fixed, identifiable, non-idiomatic phrases and construction. Such groups of words are called recurrent combinations, fixed combination or collocation. Collocation fall into two major groups: grammatical collocation and lexical collocation. For people who regard the English language as a foreign language or second language, it’s so difficult to express it as perfect. This “mini research paper” talks about “Cultural Effect on English Language Collocation...

    English language, Foreign language, French language 2005  Words | 7  Pages

  • Influence of Mother Tongue in English

    mother tongue ‘influence’ on English, as mother tongue ‘influenza’ and have a good laugh at others’ expense. Of all the influences, the mother tongue influence is the most difficult to get rid of, or so we believe! In my Verbal Ability sessions, I invariably come across people who carry around an inferiority complex, just because they speak English with a mother tongue influence. When I tell them that I come from a vernacular medium school and couldn’t converse in English even while in college...

    Dialect, English language, Second language 969  Words | 3  Pages

  • English as a Global Language

    English as a global language English is spoken in most parts of the world, for instance in Great Britain, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and in many more countries. Moreover in African states English serves as main form of communication. English is, after the Chinese one, the language most people speak and it is the most popular second language and foreign language pupils learn in school. The English language is often named as a “killer language” that wipes out smaller languages...

    English language, French language, German language 1947  Words | 6  Pages

  • English as Global Language

    English as a Global Language  The phenomenal rise in use of English has mainly taken place over the last two decades. English has reached high status world-wide because of several factors; as the mother tongue of millions of people all over the world, as the language that millions of children learn at school and the language that is used in international relations, for global communication and as the major media language. The importance of a global language has become major, in some...

    Dialect, English language, European Union 2432  Words | 7  Pages

  • Social Networks: Enhance Writing for English Language Learners

    Mass Media Tools: Internet Social Networks: Enhance Writing for English Language Learners Submitted By Joana Jane D. Santos Year and Section: BSEDE-3-1 Submitted to Cez Eugenio Language of Education Area Date SY 2012-2013 Introduction Social Networking has been one of the latest fads in the internet today. That most of the students spend most of their time in browsing like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Slideshare and etc. Socialization makes other people communicate with others...

    Classmates.com, Facebook, Internet 1127  Words | 4  Pages

  • Benefits of Mastering English Language

    Learning English that there were about a billion people learning English. These people are benefiting from the many advantages of learning English as a foreign language. Travel... 2. What Are The Benefits Of Learning English? important learn English as long as they live in a non-English-speaking country, they are not thinking of all the benefits that they can obtain. English can change... 3. Benefit Of Learning English language used in any technology pamphlet or product. Learning English offers...

    Commonwealth of Nations, England, English language 1073  Words | 6  Pages

  • Syllabus for English Language Proficiency

    Subject Code: Engl 125 Descriptive Title: English for Specific Purposes; English Language Proficiency Assessment in the Nation Pre-Requisite: Engl 121, Engl 122 Credit: 3 units I. Subject Description: This course is intended to develop students’ skills in the use of the English language in the context of teaching profession. Like any course in English for Specific Purposes, it is anchored on the philosophy that the students’ mastery of the English language should be developed, primarily, along...

    English language, French language, Language acquisition 719  Words | 5  Pages

  • The English Language

    Language is a constant. It is a component that will be forever intertwined into the fabrication of our global society. This multi-sensory means of communication, consists of not only the verbal and writing, but also touch, smell, sound, body, and gestural elements. As human beings are social animals, people have the instinct to communicate with others, to share our feelings and thoughts, and as a result, language development in each individual becomes an instinct (Pinker, 1994). Since language is...

    Dialect, English language, Human 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • English as a Second Language

    "English as a Second Language" What is an ESL Learner?English as a Second Language* students are those whose primary language(s) of the home is/are other than English, and who therefore require additional services in order to develop their individual potential within British Columbia’s school system. Some students speak variations of English that differ significantly from the English used in broader Canadian Society and in school.* In some literature, this is referred to as English...

    Education, English language, French language 2040  Words | 6  Pages

  • Standards for English as International Language

    Standards for English as an international language | |Standard English: She was sabotaged by them. | | | |Singlish sentence is grammatical and linguistic equal. | |①Language standards and English as an international...

    English language, First language, Language education 696  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effects of slang language in the english language

    been affected by “slang” language. This report describes and evaluates the reference of ‘slang’ being incorporated into the English language. Qualitative research in the form of a questionnaire has been used to conduct the research and gather the necessary information needed to compile this research report. With the research conducted, it was found that students are very keen and do not mind ‘slang’ being incorporated into the school syllabus and into the English language. With careful evaluation...

    American English, Dialect, England 1317  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Language - Language Change

    Sharon Goodman (1996) She states that we are living in a time of increased in-formalisation. Informal language used to be reserved for close personal relationships but this isn’t the simplicity anymore. Norman Fairclough agrees and calls it conversationalised language. David Crystal (2001) In his book on language and the internet Crystal refers to dialogic e-messaging which refers to immediate communication rather than traditional letters. This has changed...

    Dialect, English language, English spelling reform 1854  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education and Learners Language Development

     In this assignment you will write a profile of the first group of learners you have taught. To do this you will need to: interview the students observe the students in class do some background reading on motivation and learner styles By Wednesday Week 2 you need to hand in the following: one group copy of the completed interview grid the completed assignment a copy of one or more pieces of published materials and any of your own materials that you have chosen to use in the problems...

    Education, Educational psychology, Language 662  Words | 6  Pages

  • History of English Language

    The History of English Teaching Methodology by S. Kathleen Kitao : Doshisha Women's College, Kyoto, Japan Kenji Kitao : Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan Language teaching has been around for many centuries, and over the centuries, it has changed. Various influences have affected language teaching. Reasons for learning language have been different in different periods. In some eras, languages were mainly taught for the purpose of reading. In others, it was taught mainly to people who needed to...

    Direct method, Foreign language, Language 1822  Words | 5  Pages

  • The English Language and Its Impact on Identities of Multilingual Malaysian Undergraduates

    The English Language And Its Impact On Identities Of Multilingual Malaysian Undergraduates By Lee, Su Kim, Lee, King Siong, Wong, Fook Fei and Azizah Ya’acob Lee Su Kim is an associate Professor at the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, UKM. Lee King Siong, a senior lecturer with the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Wong Fook Fei is a senior lecturer at the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia...

    English language, Language education, Lingua franca 2256  Words | 7  Pages

  • Problem of English Language Teaching

    Language is seen as mans most important gift. It is the basics of all creative thought. Without language, there will be no progress, no civilization and no culture. English is important in Nigeria because it is the language that builds a bridge across the barriers created by the existence of many languages. Irrespective of its significance in our educational system, the English language, to all intents and purposes, appears indispensable in all aspects of our national development. Politically, it...

    Education, English language, Language acquisition 1423  Words | 5  Pages

  • English has become a global language be

    English has become a global language because it is both easy to learn and is superior to other languages. To what extent do you agree with this statement? Nowadays, English has naturally been evolved as a global language over time despite the fact that it has been proved by researchers that is the third most native language in the world after mandarin Chinese and Spanish. A global language is a language spoken internationally which is learned by many people as a second language. For many years...

    Dialect, English language, French language 1082  Words | 8  Pages

  • English Language

    Project-English English Project Presented by: Date: May 10, 2012 Index 1. Presentation Page 2. Index 3. Introduction 4. Origin of English Language 5. Origin of the English Language 6. Origin of the English Language 7. How did the English Language spread around the world? & English as a major business communication around the world. } 8. Conclusion Introduction The English Language has been spoken for many years, in this project I will talk about...

    England, English language, French language 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language

    What’s the point of speaking perfect English languages in the United States? Many people may wonder why we have to spend so much time to learn how to speak perfect languages. Here’s the reason why. Language skill is one of the most powerful instruments for people to become useful members in the society because we used language to communicate with other people in our daily lives. Languages is how one communicates, expresses oneself, and a whole bunch of other very important things. Not only is...

    Communication, Germanic languages, Learning 1052  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language

    Language is a system for communicating. Written languages use symbols (that is, characters) to build words. The entire set of words is the language's vocabulary. The ways in which the words can be meaningfully combined is defined by the language's syntax and grammar. The actual meaning of words and combinations of words is defined by the language's semantics English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world...

    English language, French language, German language 2219  Words | 7  Pages

  • English Language Development

    the California English Language Development Test (CELDT)? The CELDT is a test that measures how well a student can listen, speak, read, and write in English. California state law requires that the CELDT be given each year to English Learners (students who do not speak English fluently). What is the purpose of the CELDT? The purpose of this test is: • To identify new students in kindergarten through grade 12 who are English Learners. • To monitor student progress in learning English. • To help decide...

    Educational years, England, English language 872  Words | 4  Pages

  • Idiomatic Errors Among English Learners

    Rustaq College of Applied Science Department of English Language & Literature (Dell) Error Recognition & Correction Course Code: ENSP 3228 An assignment on / Idiomatic expressions errors among Arab learners of English Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Requirement of the Error Recognition & Correction Course Prepared by/ Sara Salim Alhadhrami Submitted to / Mr. Holi Ibrahim Holi Ali 2012-2013 (Fall Semester) Word counts /...

    Arabic language, Idiom, Idiom dictionary 1957  Words | 6  Pages

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