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...English Language in our world today As a matter of fact, English is not the world's only language. Its role cannot be evaluated onthe basis of more than 300 million people who speaks English today, no doubt it ranks a distant second to Mandarin Chinese, which counts some 750 million speakers. Being the official language of 44 countries, English language is populated by 1.6 billion souls, where one-third of humankind is able to read, write and speak English (Bryson, 1990, p. 181). The role of English in our present day societies reflects the globalisation and worldliness of this language. When we talk about present day society, we are actually focussing the significance... of the domains of...
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English-Language Learners
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...ENGLISH-LANGUAGE LEARNERS Presented By goes here] To [your goes here] [Your goes here] [Your university’s name] [Due date of the paper] Teaching Students in Primary Language Primary language plays a key role in success of a student. It not only helps students understand the concepts but also helps them communicate with each other properly. There are some advantages and disadvantages of teaching students in their primary languages. Let us discuss those advantages and disadvantages in detail. Advantages Some of the most considerable benefits include better understanding of course material, better communication with teachers, and better exam performance. 1. Better... exams is...
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English Language Learners
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...ENGLISH-LANGUAGE LEARNERS Presented By goes here] To [your goes here] [Your class name goes here] [Your university’s name] [Due date of the paper] Teaching Students in Primary Language Primary language plays a key role in success of a student. It not only helps students understand the concepts but also helps them communicate with each other properly. There are some advantages and disadvantages of teaching students in their primary languages. Let us discuss those advantages and disadvantages in detail. Advantages Some of the most considerable benefits include better understanding of course material, better communication with teachers, and better exam performance. 1... Running head: EDUCATION i...
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English Language Mastery
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...English Language Mastery English is the most universally acceptable language. Irrespective of the non-native background that I came from, I was required to learn and use English efficiently. The journey to the mastery of English has been impressive; I note a number of aspects that I have been able to acquire as evidenced by the constant development in my writing and reading skills. Engaging with out of class as well as in-class essay writing has contributed immensely to my growth. I do appreciate the input of my teachers as well as my colleagues in supporting me master the...
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The Evolving English Language
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...English Language The Evolving English Language The English language has taken aninteresting course of development from an obscure tongue to an international language with the dynamic and significant impact made on the language due to the efforts of standardisation in the context of regional diversity. This essay discusses in brief the development of the English as an international language, standardization and its significance on English as an international language. Right from the Anglo-Saxon period, English has constantly evolved to become what it is today. Its richness can be contributed to the fact that it has accommodated... Rittie Jacob 13th April, 2009 Essay On Change And Development In The...
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Enlightening English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners effectively. We are faced with the same challenge year after year; that is, how to educate newcomers from places in which English is not the first language? Despite the consistent, albeit futile, efforts of educational systems, especially in urban setting, we are unable to provide high quality of education to an increasing number of English Learners in our classrooms. We are mistaken when we assume that what works well for the majority of students will work with the English Language Learners. How long will it take us to realize the fact that we must to do something... fundamentally different to expect positive results? Various data analyses suggest that...
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English language class assignment
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...English Language Assignment Explain Three Rhetorical Strategies and Effects Rhetorical strategies are author’s attempts to persuade, inform or entertain readers. The main aim of rhetorical strategies is to persuade the reader. The application of rhetorical strategies involves the use of words to convey specific meaning and pass certain information to the reader. There are various types of rhetorical strategies. Cause and effect is a rhetorical strategy that a writer uses to focus on or explain why an event or situation occurs and links this with what might happen. Cause deals with the investigation and analysis of past events while effects deals with the prediction of future events based... no....
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English Language Learners
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...ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS English Language Learners By _________________ Stressing upon the language experience approach, Slavit et al (2002) emphasises upon the fact that it is a student’s first language that plays a vital role in the acquisition of a second language. Studies have suggested that the best way for creating interest of ESL students in the second language is to academically support their first language. This is due to the fact that a child learns his first language throughout his childhood, and it gets very difficult for him to indulge in second language learning and into a different culture after attaining a mature age, particularly in a situation where English is not his... Running Head:...
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English Language Proficiency Waiver
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...English Language Admission Standard Dear Sir/Madam: In line with my application with The University of British Columbia, I am well aware that I have to comply with the English Language Admission Standard through any of the specifically enumerated eight ways for meeting the requirement. Since my proficiency in the English language need to be completely established after having alleged that I did not meet the prescribed requirements, I am hereby writing this waiver since I strongly affirm that I have the proficiency of a native English speaker as justified below: I have dual racial... September 8, The of British Columbia Vancouver Campus 2329 West Mall Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z4 Re: Waiver for the...
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English Language Learning
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...English Language Learning Of Immigrant in US Introduction English language learners are children of newly arrived immigrants in the US, refugees from war-torn countries or immigrants with a language other than English spoken at home. Whatever the circumstances that drove these families to make the US their new home, their children have even varying levels of education in their primary language, such that their ability to learn English fast and efficiently as their chief means of assimilating into American society becomes an extremely challenging task for the US school system. This shows in national and state surveys indicating that ethnic and racial minority... Education Law Involves Parents In...
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English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners submitted English Language Learners Introduction When one viewed the wealth of materials regarding the topic ‘English Language Learners’ from the online search medium, one would be awed at the magnanimity of results amounting to more than 16 million in various informational categories. The fact signifies the extensive interest on the topic manifested by an array of practitioners and users, especially in the field of education. This area of education would thereby be more explored in the current research to proffer pertinent details that led to the development and continued focus on English Language Learners (EELs) in the contemporary academic setting. This area... ? and number...
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Teaching English Language
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...English Language Learners MONOLINGUALTEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS AND BELIEFS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TOWARDS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS GRACE SARKAR Order No. 344636 14 December 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Importance of Study 3 Statement of Problem 3 Research Questions 4 Limitation of Study 4 Definition of Terms 4 Literature Review 5 Conclusion 16 Research Design 16 Methodology 17 Sample 17 Procedures 18 Ethics 18 Sources 20 MONOLINGUAL TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS... AND BELIEFS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TOWARDS ENGLISH...
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Evolution of English Language
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...English Language of the of the Introduction For those raised in the US or another modern western nation, it is common for them to think of language and identity, albeit linked, as aspects of human interaction. Daily conversations and popular culture reflect a belief that language serves as the self’s most important relational and expressive tool. Without language, it is believed that a person’s self would be condemned to isolation and silence; language allows the expression of one’s innermost feelings, thoughts or dreams to another thereby forging a connection between two otherwise remote selves. This paper will address evolution of English over time. Discussion Evolution of English... Evolution of...
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English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners It is undeniable that communication plays a very important role in integration and interaction of people in the society. Through communication, people are able to interact, perform businesses among other aspects of life. However, the use of English as the official language has faced stiff resistance from other language speakers since they feel that they do not need to speak English in order to survive. This paper seeks to discuss the reasons why English language is not as important to speakers of English as a...
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Improving English Language Fluency
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...English Language Fluency Language fluency is must for a person to succeed in professional life. Shields and Price (2000) “Fluency is associated with significantly higher mean hourly occupational wages”. Many people find it difficult to improve fluency in English language. In this paper, some strategies will be discussed which can be used to improve students’ fluency and word study. Teachers can use these strategies after evaluating the fluency level of their students using task-based approach. Using task-based approach, teachers assign different tasks to the students for evaluation, such as, answering the questions after listening to small audio clips and, speaking some sentences on some... ?Improving...
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English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners English Language Learners Interaction between ELL families and schools has a great impact on language acquisition and education achievements. As a result of familial and community upbringing, foreign born students acquire a self-identity, perceptions of the world, and ways of communicating, thinking, and interacting within the world as they perceive it. The cultural capital of children may or may not be congruent within the beliefs of institutional settings, such as school, that have evolved their own sense of cultural capital (Baker, 2001). According to this account, bilinguals' lack of success in schools can be attributed to the discrepancy between children's... Running Head...
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English Language
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...languages – both in the written and spoken forms. For example, an average curriculum in India for any school includes English as well as a second language, which is more often than not Hindi (the national language), and finally a third language until the age of 13 (this is generally the regional or local language). Therefore, to study this hypothesis we must keep in mind that there are individuals who grow up with equally strong holds over two or even more languages. (Mercer et al, 1996) To begin with this hypothesis works on the assumption that there is a filter in every individual’s mind that impedes the process of the second (or third) language or L2 entering... The Effect of Shared Reading on...
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English -Language Learner
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...English as secondary language. With such disadvantage, there is then no way around for students to maintain usage of primary language on areas where it may not entirely apply. Based on research conducted by Ellen Bialystok in Canada, the ability to manage between two languages improves attention control when performing certain tasks especially at times irrelevant information requires inhibition (Wilson).   As another benefit of preferring to carry out primary language as a medium of instruction, the teacher assumes the role of communicating knowledge while inspiring each student... Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of teaching in the primary language.  Teaching students in the...
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English Language Essay
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...English language to bind together people of different cultures and languages is unparalleled. The popularity and worldliness of the English language can be attributed to its habit of borrowing words with gay abandon from almost all languages it has come into contact with, and also to its generosity of lending some of its own to them. If there is one language that can serve as a common platform to all the different ethnic communities settled in the US and if there is one language that can be declared as the official language of the world's greatest democracy, it is undoubtedly English. English acts as a binding force and has been doing so for quite some time, apart... The ability of the English ...
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English Language Teaching Essay
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...English Language Teaching" This article is basically about the usage of fill in the Blank technique used as a testing tool. The article discusses the pros and cons of this technique in detail. The article further discusses the importance of English grammar. Fill in the Blanks: Fill in the blanks or gap filling activity is a very famous examination technique used by teachers throughout the world. This type of activity is categorized under objective type testing. What happens in fill in the blanks activity is that there is sentence which is not complete i.e. some parts of the sentence is missing and the student has to put the appropriate missing part... "Pros And Cons of Fill in the blank Activities in...
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English Language and Literature
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...English Language and Literature The relationship between rational thinking and supernatural mysteries is not that far off and if put in a clear and broad perspective, the two are quite in harmony with each of the very same. It is because of this reason that stories like Dracula and Oliver Twist present one form of the supernatural territories that have been left unexposed and at the peril of one and all concerned. One can think as many things as he feels like but in the end, the mystery remains and it is this sensationalism which comes to haunt the reader/viewer back and forth. For this paper, the three texts that have been chosen are: 1. The Strange...
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English Language Teaching
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...English as a Foreign Language of Institute] [English] English as a Foreign Language English has gained considerable importance as a language of communication both in the public and private sectors. The status of English as a foreign language is increasing day-by-day and it is currently being widely used as a medium of business and education (Al-Busaidi. 1995). English is the most common language for international business and commerce and is the exclusive language in important sectors such as banking and aviation. The global language for Science and Technology is also English as are the rapidly expanding international computerised databases and telecommunications networks which are becoming... ? English...
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English Language Learner
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...English Language Learners” in your own words. Why is it important for teachers to learn about young children and their families whose home language is other than English, and whose culture is other than the mainstream culture of our country?  The term “English language Learners” refers to individuals who speak another language besides English. It is critical that teachers learn and understand about the needs of the ELL students in order for them to flourish in ther academic careers. Without properly learning understanding the needs of an ELL students is dangerous as many students get frustrated with their course load. In addition, ELL students tend to be nervous... towards developing...
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English language learners lesson
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...ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS LESSON Profile Elena Salvador Age: 15 School Level: 10th Grade Grades: [Spain] Above Average Nationality: Spanish Language Expertise: Latin Personality Description: Shy but well liked Works Well in Small Groups English Learner Level Listening and Speaking [Communicative English]: Early Intermediate Reading : Early Intermediate Writing : Early Intermediate LESSON 1: Communication Learning [Speech Practice and Personality Development] Lesson 1:Part A Duration: 20-30...
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The English Language
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...ENGLISH LANGUAGE ORWELL, LODGE, TRUSS, OR. Things were so simple at the start, before grammar came along and ruined things. - Lynne Truss A language is like a living organism. But with a difference. Whereas all living things have to undergo entropy or the process of decadence, language goes on and on. Many languages may die, but a good majority survives the onslaught of time. Man cannot survive without communication and language has been his best tool for it, ever reliable, ever mischievous. To say that a language is reliable is to say the obvious. We all know the...
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Middle English Language
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...English. The scholarly title "Middle English" represents a transitional level between Old and Modern English. However, Middle English can be considered by itself a new language. It is characterized by its low status as well as by the impact of Danish, French and Latin. Middle English came to end around 1450 with the emergence of standardizing government usage and the publishing of first European press. The preceding factors led to the creation of a more elevated English, early modern English. 2 Middle English, being the element of the tripartite that precedes and introduces modern English, can be approach in two different ways. On one hand, Middle English has inherited many traits... The Auchinleck...
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English Language Learner
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...English Language Learner Observation and A). The teaching situation in the room can be said to be effective forlearning. The teacher has ensured that the classroom is arranged in such a way that the learners have adequate space to be comfortable in the classroom. The desks have been arranged in well organized rows that make it easy for the teacher to go to every individual student when the need arises. The children have enough space to go to the front of the classroom and answer the questions asked by the teacher as seen in the video. The learners sit two-by-two because two desks have been joined together. This arrangement makes the learner comfortable enough to be in the classroom and learn...
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English Language and Communication
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...English in New Zealand. In R. Burchfield (Ed.), The Cambridge History of the English Language (pp. 382-429). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2. Bayard, D. (2004). A taste of Kiwi: Attitudes to accent, speaker gender, and perceived ethnicity across the Tasman. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 11, 1-38. 3. Bayard, D., & Leek, R. (2002). Voices, attitudes, and accents: Gender and ethnicity effects in Auckland and Dunedin. Paper presented at the 3rd New Zealand Language and Society Conference: Auckland. 4. Giles, H... English Lnguge nd Communiction Essy ACCENT STIGMATIZATION Introduction The redings for tody del with the different registers of English (e.g., Stndrd mericn English, fricn mericn...
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English language class
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...English language Writing is not only a career option but also a very fascinating discipline through which an individual is able to see in a critical dimension and enjoy life holistically. I would authoritatively and confidently say this having studied the writing program in the past year in my first year of academics in this institution. Am a pre-business major student at University of Arizona aged twenty and very enthusiastic about learning English with an aim of improving my English standard. I am an international scholar in the college from China and my dream is on pursuing Economics from the Eller College of business...
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English Language Learner Assessments
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...English Language Learner Assessments Number: English Language Learner Assessments Customary grading does not, at all times, tell the entire story. For instance, a teacher might look at a learner who has a "C" and consider that she is simply an average learner, but if the teacher knew that only a few months ago, her grade was an "E", then the teacher could see that the student is making progress (Black, 1998). In order to measure the progress of a student such as Angel, I would initiate a portfolio of her work. At the start of the learning year, I would craft a file for her and other students. I would keep some model...
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Making Meaning- English Language
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...English Language: Making Meaning English Language: Making Meaning Introduction: The aim of this paper is to explore the significance and, at the same time, to interpret what the term “tree” means and the process how it makes the cognitive sense that it refers. The objective is carried out through the parameter of linguistic cognitive concepts of semantics. This method necessarily includes the cognitive concepts of semantics such as prototype, metaphor, metonymy, etc in order to test the hypothesis that is composed at the beginning of this essay. The priority of cognitive approaches to test this hypothesis lies in the fact...
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English Language Teaching
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...English language teaching/applied linguistics research Write a critical review of two qualitative research articles from journals such as ELT Journal, Applied Linguistics, System, etc. Qualitative research methodology has been one of the most effective research methods to practice in applied linguistic researches which are practical, solutions-oriented and scientifically disciplined. Several significant studies have been done in the field of applied linguistics, which make effective use of the qualitative research methodology in arriving at central findings that contribute to vast area of applied linguistics. Therefore, it is fundamental to make a critical review... of such qualitative...
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English Language Content Standards
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...English. Language tools are needed to be able to openly communicate with other people, as well as to express you won ideas and though processes. The standards will help students learn the tempo and structure of language in their early years, until they are able to master vocabulary, expression, and the ability to gather evidence to support an idea. Studies show that children who fall behind in reading have a small chance of catching up, so it is crucial to help engrain these ideas and skills as early as possible inside of the education system. Also... The standards are important because they give a framework to teachers and staff alike as to what their should know by the end of each grade.Each standard...
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Politics and the english language
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...English Language George Orwell wrote an article d “Politics and the English Language” during the period of 1946 and the purpose of this literary work was to criticize the way contemporary prose writers used English language in their writings and he considers their usage of English language as misleading and disgusting (Orwell, 1946). The tone used by Orwell to get his message through is a harsh one and he uses direct critical words to describe the way English language is used in a wrong manner. For example: he uses the terms “ugly”, “inaccurate” and “foolish” to refer o the way English Language is being used. The targeted audience is both the readers and the writers, he targets... Politics and the...
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Learning English Language (cause - effect)
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...english language Learning how to communicate in the english language undergoes the process of cause and effect. Learning the language may be tough for a non-native speaker like me but the benefit of learning the language is tremendous. Most students endure the rigor of learning the language that is foreign to them because of the consequence or effect of learning the language. In my case for example, and this is also the case of many Arab students, we want to learn the language because of the positive effect of having a good career when we go back in our home countries. Not so many people can speak the english language well in the companies in Saudi... Teacher The cause and effect of learning the...
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Politics and the English Language
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...English, Essay Topic: Politics and the English Language Introduction: In the essay, “Politics and the English Language,” George Orwell expresses his intense urge for the correct usage of English Language and observes with regret that “The great enemy of clear language is insincerity.”(18) He makes an ardent appeal to all concerned, whether politicians, linguists and other types of intellectuals to pay heed to the rules of the game in the usage of words and phrases in English and urges them not to defend the indefensible. Orwell...
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Assessment of English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners Insert Insert Insert 26 August This paper is about assessment of English language learners. It explains the benefits and drawbacks of the currently used English language proficiency test. It also suggests some important reviews that are applicable on the test to make it more effective. In addition, the paper explains five alternative assessment formats that could be used to improve the test. Furthermore, it gives the important feature of each of the five alternative formats available. This is done to improve the ability of a test to achieve the required outcomes with little or no drawbacks. Introduction Spanish speaking students in the United States have... ? Assessment of...
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Politics and the English Language
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...English Language              George Orwell in his book “Politics and English Language” has put down his critical observations and pointed out that English language is in bad shape and it is on the verge of collapse (Orwell, 1946, p.1). There is well recognized belief that language has a natural growth over a period of time and can not be used to give a shape for specific purposes. This existing bad shape of English language has political and economic reasons. The primary reason is not only for the use of the language by a particular writer but also for the reason of bad habits of using the language badly .The following to others and imitation can be avoided by eliminating these bad... Politics and the...
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History of the English Language
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...English Language When the British Empire was ruling over the better part of the world, the language of the rulers was often adopted by the ruled. As the British spoke English, the same language was taken by different areas of the world. The state of the world as it is today means that English is the lingua franca of business, computer technology, the internet and diplomatic communications (Wikipedia.org, 2006). While local and regional languages are important, English itself has become the language of choice for those who wish to compete on a global scale. However, this did not take place overnight since the language developed over hundreds of years with influences from many different... Origins of the...
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English Language in Puerto Rico
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...English as a medium of language is somewhat evident up to present age. In different prestigious global pageant, Puerto Ricans including those that are in Latin American countries are found of using interpreters during question and answer portions. In international summit such as UN convention, they are also guided by interpreters. There are people who wonder why this nation doesn't seem to fully accept the English language were in fact, the latter is the medium used by a number of countries. However, for the benefit of the doubt, one cannot deny the fact that it is maybe Puerto Ricans are having difficulty... in learning the English language. Due to the...
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English Language in London School
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...English Language acquisition in a Multilingual primary school in London. Broad area of research Language acquisitions of multilingual children. Aims and Objectives Three key questions, which I you would intend to answer by the end of my project are: a) Do children who learn two or more languages get confused It is normal for children to misjudge and transfer some of the inappropriate features of one language to the other language they are speaking. It can be anything, like the accent of speaking or voice modulations etc. So in the same classroom one can hear a variety of ways of spoken English. This situation instills a feeling of dilemma on the pupils... as to which is the correct way. Also...
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English Language Larners Case Study
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...ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS CASE STUDY What is happening in this Vignette As far as Elsa is concerned, there are two major forms of situations that can be pointed to as what is currently happening with her. The first has to do with what we do know and we do not know. As far as what we do know is concerned, it can be said that a number of factors including the absence of a good and reliable model at home, absence of constant practice after school, interferences in learning and lack of attention are inhibiting Elsa from mastering the English language and gaining control over some of the basic concepts and ideologies that...
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Interpreting Chinses and English Language
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...ENGLISH LANGUAGE Language interpretations Language is a tool that helps one person to communicate. Thoughts and feelings of a person are communicated through a system of arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written or verbal symbols. These written or verbal symbols, words, phrases and sentences are used in different languages to communicate (Language - definition of language by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia). People belonging different ethnic backgrounds have different style of speaking. However, people living in different parts of the world used different languages to communicate with each other. Every... Running Head: INTERPRETATIONS INTERPRETING CHINSES AND...
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Development in the English Language
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...English Language Thesis ment: In approaching the study of language and language change, one comes across several effective methods and internal reconstruction and comparative reconstruction are two of the most valuable and principal methods of the study of language prehistory which offer no possibility of external corroboration of its results. Topic Sentence 1: First of all, it is pertinent to realise that "the most adequate way of approaching the study of language and language change, is by asking (a) what the replicating units that constitute competences actually are, (b) by what mechanics they replicate, and (c) what (environmental) factors influence their success... Change and Development in the...
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Consonants of the english language
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...English language 2009 OUTLINE: A) Consonants in the English language B) ification of consonants C) Variations of consonants in different languages D) Conclusion A consonant is a sound in spoken language. A consonant is characterized by a constriction or closure at several points along the vocal tract. The word consonant is of Latin origin and it means "sounding with" or "sounding together", according to this idea consonants dont sound on their own, but only occur with a nearby vowel, although this conception of consonants does not reflect a modern linguistic understanding of consonants, which defines consonants in terms of vocal tract constrictions. If we compare consonants... , R, S, T, V, W,...
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English Language Assessment and Testing
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...language has mastered a grammatical system largely or wholly acceptable for informal discourse, grammar test at least on the high school and college levels have usually concentrated on matters of style and diction appropriate for rather formal written English. On the other hand, structure tests for foreign students will have as their purpose the testing and control of the basic grammatical patterns for the spoken language. Such tests would constitute no challenge for native speakers of Standard English, who, except for carelessness, would be expected to make perfect scores. Only for the most advanced foreign leaners are test of formal style... ASSIGNMENT: ASSESSMENT AND TESTING and sur s Login:...
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English Language Assesment and Testing
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...English Language Assessment and Testing Specified Objective Reading Test A. In the following questions 15), select the most appropriate answers for the spaces to make grammatically correct sentences. 1. George ____ in the library this morning. A. Is studying B. Study C. Usually study D. Are studying 2. Alice _______ the door please, it’s ­­­­_____ hot in here. A. Open, quite B. Opens, too C. Opened, extremely D. Will you open, terribly 3. Jacob’s hobbies include swimming, jogging, and ______. A. Play football B. Playing football C. To play football D. Football 4. The book was as _____ the movie. A. Interesting as B. More interesting C. As interesting like D. Very interesting 5. Who... this...
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Assessment of English Language Learners
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...English Language Learners Assessment of English Language Learners Assessment is one of the main tools which help educators to evaluate and assess skills and knowledge of students, their learning abilities and learning progress. Thus, traditional testing has many drawbacks and limitations which prevent educators and students from objective analysis and assessment of their skills and knowledge. Problems like these need to be addressed by the parents, teachers, and students at each school, under the leadership of the principal, using data relevant to that school. "Because of individual academic difficulties, some students can land on the wrong side of these decisions... Head Assessment of English Language...
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English Language Teaching Master Essay
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...language is catching hold in every country and more important is the knowhow of English language and ability to speak, listen and interpret it carefully because it being a universal language is the most common medium of communication between most of the people across different countries and culture. Dendrinos (cited in Cummins and Davison, 2007, p.130) expresses the influence of Anglo - American norms on linguistic and pedagogic and laments the monolingualism and monoculturalism of English Language Teaching. He further states that by not English one is excluded from anything of social... "Corpora are of little practical value to most ELT practitioners "- Analysis Introduction The importance of foreign...
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT AND TESTING
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...English Language Assessment and Testing Specified Objective Reading Test A. In the following questions 15), select the most appropriate answers for the spaces to make grammatically correct sentences. 1. George ____ in the library this morning. A. Is studying B. Study C. Usually study D. Are studying 2. Alice _______ the door please, it’s ­­­­_____ hot in here. A. Open, quite B. Opens, too C. Opened, extremely D. Will you open, terribly 3. Jacob’s hobbies include swimming, jogging, and ______. A. Play football B. Playing football C. To play football D. Football 4. The book was as _____ the movie. A. Interesting as B. More interesting C. As interesting like D. Very interesting 5. Who... Task: English...
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