Cheating is not only an issue in the classroom, but outside of it as well. Cheating has become one of the top reasons relationships have tended to last much shorter spans in contrast to previous times. Consequently, cheating hinders more than just a person’s ability to learn, but it also negatively affects their character. If you asked an average high school student to give you reasons for cheating in school, I am certain the list would be never ending - from reasons as simple as being too lazy to complete the tasks, to some students just flat out not understanding their assignments. Jones suggest that, “The reasons students engage in academic dishonesty vary, but as commonly understood, the overriding reason is performance” (144).
The following are ways for me to utilize CRT in facilitating cultural and racial equity in my classroom: - Allow students to communicate in their language (L1) because it demonstrates the acceptance of their culture and identity. I have seen many educators deny their students of this right and I made sure in my current classroom to allow students to communicate in the language that they are most comfortable with. It is important for ELL students to use both languages because they may know a word in their L1 that they don’t know in their L2. - Make sure that bulletin boards, displays, materials, and other visuals in the classroom reflect the racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds of the students. Similarly, it is essential for students to use their real-life experience to connect school learning to students’ lives.
1. Introduction: The use of minority language in education will prevent the minority language from extinction and also preserve the cultural identity of the people. Spain is the specific state and this essay deals with the compliance of Spain national law with international law at the regional level to protect the right to use Catalan minority language in education in Catalonia regions. Though there are separate legal systems in Spain, the application of Catalan minority language in education is common within the regions where it is an official language. In Catalonia, the legislation approves the existence of Catalan and averts the segregation of students by language, since there exist just a single system of teaching in education prior to College.
The central focus was South Africa and any other African countries. All studies had to be in English. A random selection of other studies were also included from bibliographies of main articles as long as they had relevant information with regards to the
There are some reasons, which caused learners avoid using language. One of the reason is lack of self-confidence, the majority of the people have this lack and it does not matter they have good knowledge or not, the other reason is insufficient vocabulary undoubtedly in school and college we learn lots of English speaking words but because English is not our first language those words are not sufficient. After school learners stop learning new words, so often, learners face lots of problem in speaking. Moreover, the last one is motivation; it is a key term in language learning. As Broussard and Garrison (2004) defined, motivation is the attribute that moves us to do or not to do
Therefore, they mostly people of Pakistan want to send their children to the English teaching school that is very costly. However, this has a lot of negative effects on children. For example, they might not have the capacity to increase their critical thinking skills while learning a new language before entirely knowing their native language. Also, teaching English in the lower classes will decrease the amount of discussion within then and may create earning difficulties as well as cultural. Moreover, there are a lot of chances that these children will forget their first language.
According to Collins (2013) least focus on pronunciation can negatively affect learners’ entirely speaking skills. A learner who regularly mispronounces a variety of phonemes would be hardly understood by a listener from the same language community (Encalada, 2017). Moreover, mispronunciation will result in poor reading skills which affect all area of teaching and learning and this has a serious impact on education in Namibia (Harris, 2011). Learners are expected to do reading aloud tasks as a good measure for accurate pronunciation, but some learners perform poorly in that activity because they mispronounced words (Hiser,
It advocates for admissions of all learners and provision of their educational needs, additionally, it requires that private schools adhere to the government principles of non-discriminatory. But according to (SAHRC; 1999, p.9); some schools continue to be characterised by racial separation and discrimination which is manifested by complaints in disciplinary measures, racial violence, and cultural prejudice amongst others. The efforts at racial integration have not achieved the desired results as per SAHRC (1999, p.44). these are seen by exclusionary language, admission policies, and other transparent manoeuvres such as crowding out black learners by bussing in white learners from outside the feeder area” SAHRC (1999). It is even suggested that some schools prefer to have their schools as laboratories for cultural assimilation where black learners are by large tolerated rather than affirmed as of right.
. Introduction In this essay I going to discuss the issues concerning multilingualism, the way it is recommended in the South African constitution that schools and universities should practice it. Some of the societies believe that English should be the language taught in schools and universities to provide their children with a bright future, some believe that it is fair for English to dominate over the other languages. Before going into more details we need to first understand what Multilinguasm is. 2.
Based on the findings of the articles, authors found out that teachers and other school staffs have their own way in promoting ICT integrated English teaching in schools. Majority of the teachers is having a positive perception about ICT integrated English lessons. However, teacher’s usage level of ICT is not very encouraging as they rarely use ICT for finding information online, preparing Powerpoint presentations and reading. Teachers do not realize about the advantages of ICT