This issue is investigated in the light of several aspects of second language acquisition, such as the emergence of syntax in learners; the use of specific constructs such as subjectless sentences, wh-questions, the passive voice, [...]
However, it could be assumed that the gradual introduction of the dominant language to one of the minorities may lead to the further development of the latter.
It is concluded that both TBLT and ER are applicable to the work with EFL YLs, and their integration provides EFL Omani YLs with additional English language exposure as well as the opportunity to apply [...]
When the lip movement is inconsistent with the received sound, the brain produces information in a different way, leading to the receiving of the sound that is different from the actual recording.
It may not be possible to appreciate the significance of some languages unless a scholar interacts with the natives of such a language. The film emphasizes that one should be flexible in mind to learn [...]
The progress of a child's language is well-known. In fact, it is a social function of language responsible for its adequate use appropriate to the situation.
The article presents the results of the study of the relationship between the use of cohesive devices and the quality of written works of ESL learners.
By establishing the language objective, the teacher is able to construct their lesson according to the language needs of the ELL students. Subsequently, a literature class can cover different styles of writing to broaden the [...]
The 1968 Bilingual Education Act became the fundamental policy in bilingual education. The importance of the Bilingual Education Act was paramount.
To improve my English language skills, I will need to watch movies and read books in English and allot enough time for writing and speaking practice.
The reading ability of Murad is the focus of the analysis and discussion in this paper with references to the results of reading assessments, the application of instructional strategies, and post-assessments.
In the book "Language", Sapir has defined the behaviorist perspective as the theory that views language acquisition as the process of imitation, habit formation, and reinforcement.
In addition, they also have a deficiency in meta-cognition and prior knowledge that aid in the connection of skills in spoken language and sign language.
In their article, Palmer et al expounds on the effect of lack of figurative language in learning a new language. According to this article, "finding of the significance of the phrase related to individual's own [...]
For example, a peer tutor should be taught about establishing the rules of confidentiality when reporting the learning progress; moreover, there is a need to teach tutors-to-be how to provide constructive feedback for the responses [...]
In this debate about the relevance of technology in education, a number of scholars and professionals argue that most of the emerging technologies are more destructive than they are helpful to the learners.
In particular, the research targeted at determining "the variation of in the native and nonnative speech samples". It was stated that the adoption of the second variant by the speakers should be considered a form [...]
The systematic approach utilized by the article in data collection and analysis is very important in compounding the issue and clarifying the essential role of scaffolding.
Grammar is considered to be "only one piece of the larger puzzle" in learning a language. Therefore, writing in a second language necessitates the knowledge of grammar and metalanguage awareness.
The research at hand is devoted to cultural and religious factors that influence the learning of the English language by ESL students in Saudi Arabia.
That is the case with the Curriculum and Assessment guide, one of the many documents prepared for the Hong Kong English Language Curriculum.
English is the language of internet and business communication, it is used for the majority of literary and cinematographic works. Another difficulty is that not all students realise the importance of learning a foreign language [...]
The majority of the adepts of this particular outlook believe that it is critical to "forget" the mother tongue in order to partially reject the linguistic and cultural identity and free up space for the [...]
The main question of the research is "Do students in multilingual groups enjoy group work and role play activities more than students in monolingual groups?" In the modern globalised world people have numerous possibilities for [...]
Therefore, a detailed analysis of the factors that shape SA EFL students' enthusiasm for participating in GW and CL should be undertaken so that strategies for reinforcing the effects of the positive factors and reducing [...]
The problem is significant due to the lack of parents' knowledge about the importance of language development and the absence of efforts on the part of educators with regards to teaching bilingual children.
As for ESL pull-out programs, they are based on pulling minority students out of the mainstream classroom to provide them with class instruction in English as a second language.
The administrators in charge of refugees also administer BEST to the immigrants thus attaining information on their language competence. In the workplace environment that uses English also administer BEST to potential recruits thus helping in [...]
I have chosen to conduct a research of "the appropriate re-medication for English language learner" because English as a language has turned out to be the most spoken language internationally and the number of English [...]
The aim of this study is to better understand the gap that is contributed by cultural diversity on Saudi females in their quest to learn English as a second language in order to establish a [...]
Although research shows that the number of children with autism who speak fluently has increased beyond earlier approximations, these challenges remain a central feature of the disorder as children with autism tend to initiate communication [...]
Therefore, it means that articles in the English language are unique, especially the article 'the' because it is the only definite article in the English language. There are two forms of articles in the English [...]
The analysis of this paper discusses Fahad's grasp of Arabic dialect due to the influence of the Arabic language speakers around him. The boy continues to learn the Arabic language from his mother, who is [...]
According to the results of the research mentioned above, it is clear that the best way to teach an additional language is to involve the learner's different senses and skills into the process of the [...]
In reference to the authors, the correlates of SLI tend to focus on the history of language impairment in the family.
The admission that the television program is also popular in Greece is a significant piece of information that may alter the interpretation of the results of the experiment.
The validity of this assumption is supported by the empirical observations of what account for the specifics of how a child becomes familiar with a particular language, and by the fact that, as of today, [...]
The theory regards as areal' the various aspects of language that are addressed in the quest made by the theory. The nature of mind is closely related to that of the language.
In an insightful study on the use of first language in classroom, Cook revealed that most participants supported the application of the first language as a critical tool for mediation.
The "How do you do?" utterance is a manner of formal greeting between the acquaintances and traditional response to this expression would be the same "How do you do?" Obviously, the Englishman, intending to greet [...]
Thus, the majority of the interviewed students claimed that the concept of global citizenship is applicable to a person who treats the humankind as a whole and believes that people should emphasize that they belong [...]
While examining the stages of the new language's development with the focus on the concrete social group, the researchers are able to resolve the dispute on the role of culture and nature in forming the [...]
It is a good way to attract tourists and to serve them to increase the profit of the organization. It is more important whether this language can meet the needs of the speakers referring to [...]
Moreover, the investigation is constructed to determine the differences in perceptions of the strategies by foreign language teacher and by Asian students, for the effect carried by the practice of these strategies may differ from [...]
It is therefore believed that similarities and differences in various languages play a significant role in the acquisition of the second language, the more the differences, the difficult it is to acquire the second language [...]
Identifying Characteristics of Taxi Drivers as Learners of English for Specific Purposes The group of students includes taxi drivers who will need to meet the existing standards of the language proficiency.
The girl will understand the smile to mean the German visitor is interested in the girl. Noam Chomsky explains that the secret to the innate language is syntax.
The second language is often taught as a foreign language, alongside or after the acquisition of the first language. The teacher's exposure to the language and activities used in learning in and out of class [...]
For example, the phrase better is commonly used to demonstrate that a particular product is superior over other rival products that fall in the same category.
In the 1990s, the latest developments in nation-building have begun emphasizing a corporate outlook and regionalism directly related to the use of the English language."The younger generation is tied to the pragmatics of English-knowing bilingualism [...]
The above observation was also apparent in the study by Benseman, Sutton and Lander who explained that, the involvement of the learner in the teaching allows students to increase their use of first language literacy [...]
When it comes to mentioning the positive aspects of being a bilingual person, the first and the foremost advantage to mention is the ability to convey specific ideas in either of the languages without any [...]
It is therefore imperative that institutions that admit students that use English as a second language put in place mechanisms to ensure that ESL students are taught how to avoid plagiarism and the penalties of [...]
From a professional perspective, the language should be regarded as a social practice contributes to social interaction and professional evaluation of a language environment.
The question that this essay will be seeking to answer is: Must the learners of a first and second language go through all the stages of language acquisition?
The language that children produce cannot be traced to others as a source and this is a further testament to the fact that language acquisition is an innate phenomenon.
The process of learning a language also known as language acquisitions is a procedure that begins as soon as a child is born.
In this regard, it can be stated that the process of second language acquisition is a platform for either improving one's identity or reinforcing one's identity as a member of the privileged class. In other [...]
Certainly, we can mention Wilshire Private School in which students can learn the Korean language, but it is not a part of the curriculum. Nevertheless, the majority of Korean Americans living in the Los Angeles [...]
Aim and scope The aim of the research consists in investigation of the attitude toward the language policies implemented in order to encourage the rising generation to speak the Tai-yu language and be educated using [...]
Successive acquisition is similar to first language acquisition because a child learns the second language through analysis of rules and making errors.
The process of the first language acquisition is considered to be a psycholinguistic process, while the second language acquisition is the area for study for linguists.
Displacement is the idea that language can be used to communicate on things not in the immediate environment. One unique feature of language is that children, growing up, can easily learn how to communicate in [...]
Social networking contributes to the motivation of learners to gain proficiency in the second language. In some social networks, the learner has the opportunity to make friends with fellow learners and they can encourage and [...]
During the process of acquisition of two languages, a child can make developmental errors, transfer errors, and mix languages while communicating orally, and the character of these errors can be analyzed in order to make [...]
Learning English as a second language, students should pay much attention to the relationship between environment and language as these factors are very important.
This will give an account of the ESL program and its effects to many, in the program. The use of this program will, enhance development and cohesion in the society.
It is, therefore, the purpose of this paper to critically discuss the available evidence supporting innate and learning approaches to language acquisition, and their potential criticisms Language acquisition can be described as the process by [...]
On the one hand, the simplest view of language is that it is a means of communication and rendering essential information.
As it can be seen from the abovementioned, it was not that the new languages simply took the place of the Latin language and started reigning in the sphere of literature and science.
This improvement is attributed to the fact that learning a new language results in divergent thinking in the person. This paper has demonstrates that learning an additional language can result in the creation of a [...]