Individualization / differentiation in the language classroom
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They require various types of instructional methods in accordance to their interest and they need specially designed supportive learning environment to… (Green 1996, p.5). Differentiation in the classroom could be defined as the method of “getting to know and understand our pupils are learners, identifying their individual needs, reviewing our teaching styles…
Teachers evaluation of Interactive Whiteboards technology in Second Language Classroom
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In this study, the results are the responses that were given by the students and the teachers on the use of interactive whiteboards in the teaching of a second language. The data was collected through the filling of questionnaires by both teachers and students. … The study involved an observation of the interactions between the teachers and the learners in a…
Education research paper on Oral Proficiency in the Foreign Language classroom
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Education Research Paper on Oral Proficiency in the Foreign Language Classroom Instructor Date Abstract Recently there has been an increased demand in many professional fields for individuals who speak more than one language. Consequently, pressure is building up on foreign language teachers to come up with appropriate techniques that will promote foreign language speaking.…
The Psychological Correction of Error in Second Language Classroom
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This essay describes a brief review of related literature or empirical findings on the psychological effect of positive feedback and negative feedback on errors in L2 classrooms, stressing the important transition from a behaviouristic method to a cognitive perspective of error correction.… Allowing errors to remain uncorrected is usually understood as being…
Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners
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Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners Name: Institution: Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners Introduction Early childhood education plays a vital role in imparting on young English language learners (ELLs), sufficient knowledge to allow for their later academic success.… With shifting population trends, this means that all preschool…
An empirical study on foreign language anxiety and its impact on students' language acquisition and classroom progress and achievement
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English language teaching is a priority in schools and universities in Saudi Arabia, but there is a great need for more research into ways of improving the standard of teaching and learning. It is a country in transition, and some negative attitudes are perceived to contribute… The foundation year is a crucial phase between school and university level study…
Language as dialect, language and gender in the classroom
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It is imperative to note that pronunciation, accent, grammar and vocabulary, as well as the spoken and written human languages vary from the linguistic anthropological point of view. However, from the… f gender is such a great component of the social and cultural existence of humans that it is almost impossible to talk, interrelate and make judgments on others…
Scaffolding Language Learning in an Academic ESL Classroom
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The paper portrays learning as a socially mediated and acquired process, which in its broader perspective involves various communicative activities. The generic structure of this article has a more complex structure. This is because the paper is divided into several sections, which include abstract, introduction, literature review, the study, findings, further interpretation, implications for teachers, and conclusion. …
ESOL Classroom Observation- Language w7
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Playing in groups (Development of BICS)-These groups should have both native and non-native speakers so that the ELL students can learn how to communicate effectively in the social context. These playing groups should also include different activities that are geared towards… Discussion groups (Development of CALP) –These discussion groups are purely meant for…
Classroom behaviour, language competence, and the acceptance of children with Down Syndrome by their mainstream peers
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The article of interest was the result of an experiment by Glynis Laws and colleagues (100) and investigates the impact of classroom behavior and language abilities on peer acceptance of children with Down syndrome. The authors imply that this study arose as a result of the… As well, language competence and classroom behavior are supported by evidence as…
Discuss methods for mitigating challenges encountered in the classroom given that some students are learning English as a second and third language
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In the multicultural approach to society of 21st century UK it is evident that strategies to aid learners of English as a second language is necessary. Supportive teaching practices provide the English as an Additional Language (ESL) student to fully participate with the school… speaking backgrounds at English schools (Candlin & Mercer, 2001). For recent…
Accommodating English Language Learners in the elementary classroom
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As an elementary teacher, I would accommodate English Language Learners in my class by giving them a chance to answer my questions, ask questions and make other contributions. This would comply with the Federal legal requirement that directs that English Language Learners are… This would help comply with the Federal standard of No Child Left Behind by…
Accommodating English Language Learners in the elementary classroom
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As an elementary teacher, I would accommodate English Language Learners in my class by giving them a chance to answer my questions, ask questions and make other contributions. This would comply with the Federal legal requirement that directs that English Language Learners are… This would help comply with the Federal standard of No Child Left Behind by…
TechSL: Technology as a Second Language: An analysis of the pros and cons of academic integration of Multimedia and Web 2.0 technologies and whether technology integration in the classroom proves to enhance learning or impede academic development
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Techsl: Technology As A Second Language: An Analysis Of The Pros And Cons Of Academic Integration Of Multimedia And Web 2.0 Technologies And Whether Technology Integration In The Classroom Proves To Enhance Learning Or Impede Academic Development. Education, has truly, come a… Over the years, the role of the teacher has changed profoundly with one perspective…
What research say about task-based instruction in the interactive communicative classroom tied to the development of second language proficiency
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The principal focus of the topic under research is to, succinctly, expound on the dire effect of the Task based learning and instruction system in interactive communication classes and its imminent connection to the development of the secondary language proficiency and correct… arning system for students taking up English as the second language, a particular…
Describe one way that you, as an ESL teacher, might support a mainstream teacher who has English Language Learners in their classroom
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I would help the teacher with identifying individual and group learning styles preferences to determine classroom needs, such as visual, auditory or kinesthetic. This method would determine whether the ESL student would learn effectively with individualized focus or effectively… This evaluation would also include personal observation of the class to identify…
Research an anilyze an article that pertains my research proposa
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The article by Wagner and Urios-Aparisi (2011) was not specifically about Spanish in the classroom but it did give details about how to use humor in a foreign language… The purpose was to answer questions about humor. These questions were: “How effective is humor in the foreign language classroom?”, “How are concepts of humor in the different cultural contexts…
Motivation for Learning Foreign Language
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Motivation for Learning Foreign Language and How to Keep Students Motivated Motivation for Learning Foreign Language Winke (2005) defines motivation as being encouraged to do something. Language is described as the medium through which thoughts are expressed.… Motivation to learn a foreign can also be defined as “complex of constructs, involving both effort…
Second Language Teaching
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Second Language Teaching Name: Tutor: Course: Institution: Date: Second Language Teaching Comprehensible input Research of Second Language acquisition for elementary school students has been undertaken on the basis of comprehensive input in language classrooms.… Acquisition of second language is facilitated by speaking; in fact, engaging in conversation…
Monolingual and bilingual approach in language classrooms
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As our world has become smaller, more countries have recognized the importance of English becoming an international language. They have seen the importance of upgrading their language teaching skills.Government policies across the world such as ‘Teaching English through English’ (TETE) had begun in Korea … As our world has become smaller, more countries have…
Second Language Acquisition Essay
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ESL or English as a Second Language is an acronym commonly used in educational framework referred to the teaching of those individuals whose native language is not English. According to the census (2000), the requirement for ESL programs in US is primarily focused on students to achieve educational proficiency standards as report suggests one out of five US citizens communicate within home by using language other than English.…
English as a Foreign Language
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Considering the world of today that we live in, where there is such widespread interaction across all our borders, in order to successfully function, one needs to be able to be adept in communicating their ideas and at the same time accepting knowledge from the outside.… Students that learn English as a foreign language naturally come from countries where…
Second Language Learning
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To learn a second language can prove to be a difficult job for any individual. The importance of teaching a L2 classroom is significant in the different studies carried out to ensure they achieve their ultimate result. This essay will study the use of recasts in the teaching system.… Thus, recasting is perfect for classroom use and is often applied by teachers…
Developing Creative Thinking: Foreign Language Teaching in Chinese Primary School
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This report talks that infusion of creative thinking skills in language class has been highly concerned by more and more foreign language teachers especially for young learners. Creativity in primary class could be defined as three terms: ‘teaching creatively’, ‘learning creatively’ and ‘teaching to develop creativity'.… This report stresses that for foreign…
Developing Language Skills
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Language was studied mainly as a field of philosophy in past. But some philosophers like considered language an activity. This activity can arise from the human spirit. The modern scholars considered language a systematic structure serving as a link between thought and sound.… But only few can be used for a specific level or specific purpose of teaching.…
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