• English Profiency
    "Upholding English Proficiency For Communicative Competence" Upholding English Proficiency; Maintain Communicative Competence; refers to the ability to use the language appropriately under various circumstances Upholding English Proficiency for Communicative Competence = to maintain having ability...
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  • Levels of Language Proficiency
    Levels of Language Proficiency Elementary to Limited Proficiency * The first two levels of language proficiency deal with the absolute basics of the language. These levels are where speakers learn vocabulary and grammar, especially how to properly conjugate words and how to speak in the past,...
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  • No File
    the inconsistency between present English language curriculum and prevailing English language testing system in the Secondary level in the expectation of revealing an uninvestigated relationship between testing system and students’ low communicative competence in English language learning. The study involves...
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  • An Mei-Use of Css by Chinese Efl Learners
    investigation into the CSs used by College English students (or non-English major students) in China. These students are a large group who are studying English and need to use CSs to facilitate their communication because they do not have sufficient exposure to English in daily life. All of the subjects are...
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  • Communicative Language Teaching Approach
    Communicative Language Teaching Approach The Definition Of CLT        Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) originated from the changes in the British Situational Language Teaching approach dating from the late 1960s (Richards & Rodgers, 2001). Stemming from the socio-cognitive perspective of the...
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  • Research
    Related Studies The study focused only on the proficiency level of the selected senior secondary students of Roosevelt College Rodriguez school year 2010-2011. The respondents where 30% of the 204 students of the fourth year level enrolled at Roosevelt College Rodriguez school year 2010-2011. To...
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  • Summary of Krashen
    ‘Developing Communicative Competence in a Second Language (Issues in Second Language Research)’ written by Robin C. Scarcella, Elaine Andersen, and Stephen D. Krashen. The main focus of this section is to examine how second language learner’s develop discourse competence. The term discourse competence was first...
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  • Implementation of Grammar in Clt
    Grammar In Communicative Language Teaching Paper Submitted as final exam for academic writing class By: FransiscusTeja H.B. - 2009031048 LeonardusWahono K. - 2010031068 English Department Faculty of Education Atmajaya Catholic University of Indonesia ABSTRACT Communicative Language Teaching...
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  • Communicative Language Testing
    in both language teaching and language testing falling into three stages: ❖ Grammar –translation ❖ Structural ❖ Communicative Approach These three generations of language teaching are seen parallel to three generations of language testing. Through this shift, new...
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  • English Language Testing
    [pic] An Evaluation of English Language Testing In the Secondary Level in Bangladesh Session: 2011-2012 Semester: Fall Module Leader: M. Akram Hossain ...
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  • Communicative Language Games
    use of communicative language games for teaching and learning English. The participants for this study were eight English teachers in the college. A survey using an 18-item questionnaire was designed in order to analyse the participants’ views on the use of communicative language games in English lessons...
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  • Wein
    teaching paved its way into classrooms. Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) Which is an approach to the teaching of second and foreign languages, emphasizes interaction as both the means and the ultimate goal of learning a language. It is also referred to as “Communicative Approach”. Historically, CLT has...
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  • Using Communicative Activities
    CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION 1. Rationale of the study Over many historical stages, English has proven its prominent position among many hundreds of languages around the world. It is considered as an international language and the only language that truly links the whole world together and widely used in...
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  • gbhkjnk
    E-ISSN 1911-2025 Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education The Politics of Standard English: An Exploration of Thai Tertiary English Learners’ Perceptions of the Notion of Standard English Naratip Jindapitak1 1 Department of Languages and Linguistics, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Prince...
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  • Speaking English Test
    The relationship between oral English testing and teaching is also the same case. The aim of oral English teaching is to enable the students to obtain the flexible communicative abilities and to deal with all kinds of circumstances involved in using oral English. Oral English testing is a scientific measuring...
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  • Approaches in Language Teaching
    COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING - APPROACHES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING DIDATICS Methods BACKGROUND The origins of CLT are to be found in the changes in the British language teaching tradition dating from the late 1960´s. Until then, Situational Language Teaching represented the major british approach...
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  • Rhetorical Analysis of Presentation Text
    edu/eteacher/ Liming  Vocational  University,   Quanzhou, China Volume 2, Number 2, Winter 2011, E-Teacher Projects Gallery Course: English for Specific Purposes, Best Practices, University of Oregon Author: Qiang (John) Wang, Liming Vocational University, Quanzhou, China Final Project:...
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  • English instruction
    BUSINESS EDUCATION & ACCREDITATION ♦ Volume 5 ♦ Number 2 ♦ 2013 DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BY INTEGRATING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES Rubén Molina Martínez, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo Argelia Calderón Gutiérrez, Universidad Michoacana de...
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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 learners’...
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  • Cef Speaking
    CEF SPEAKING 2.1.1. The general competences of an individual (p. 12) Ability to learn (…) mobilises existential competence, declarative knowledge and skills, and draws on various types of competence. (…)Depending on the learners in question, the ability to learn may involve varying degrees and...
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