Bilingual education implies that the kind of educational programs that accommodate two more than languages that are taught and used in academic instruction. There have been divided opinions on the vernacular in relation to multicultural and bilingual system of education in Turkey (Web). As per the current worldwide situation, it is necessary for people to be proficient in more two or more languages so that they can operate efficiently within the different societies.
This study is relevant as provides knowledge on cultural aspects in learning Kurdish, a knowledge that can be harnessed to enable the students become better Kurdish speakers and writers. The relationship between culture and language would be used by teacher in teaching the students on how to better their speaking and writing skills. The study will show the connection between the culture and speaking Kurdish, an area that has been of limited scholarly attention. It will, therefore, add to the currently scantly body of knowledge on the concept of culture and language teaching.
The culturally diverse teaching approach has turned to be an indispensable requirement in the majority of the states where minority populations are growing rapidly. According to multicultural education proponents, a country’s education system should offer equal opportunity and access to high-quality education to each and every citizen without discriminating against any. Skutnabb-Kangas (23) argues that education should satisfy the learning expectations of students coming from different ethnic backgrounds, socio-economic, and migrant students who live in the society.
Altinyelken (175) says that multicultural education aims at offering training in learning institutions or schools based on the principle of equality for students from different cultures, social classes, language differences, and ethnicities. According to Gunderson (697), this school