If students are taught in a language they know, they can learn more effectively; and it won’t increase their burden that they have to spend more time on extra schoolwork. Besides, students won’t lose their confidence and interest in school subjects. However, there is rising opposite voice to the bilingual education. In this chapter, some challengers claim that bilingual education cannot benefit students in acquiring English language proficiency; and bilingual education prevent students from using English. In this point, the author defends that the charge that bilingual programs make exclusive use of the primary languages of the LEP students is absurd.
Rewarding students for good grades will decrease student’s self-motivation. Paying students for good grades will realize an actual decrease in academic performance. These distinct disadvantages highlight why schools should not pay students for good grades. First, paying students for good grades causes practical problems in the classroom. According to the National Education Association (NEA), “Many teachers also say paying students for grades leads to practical problems in their classrooms, including pressure to inflate grades and conflict with students and parents.” These pressures and conflicts can lead to larger problems outside of school.
Bainbridge advocates a new model of teaching where English lessons are carried on by highly competent Japanese teachers who would be able to instruct children about both English language and culture while at the same time protecting Japanese identity by enriching the curriculum with Japanese culture courses and programs that will strengthen the sense of belonging to Japanese country and society. Under this light, the process of Japanization of English might even appear as an inevitable bad to protect Japanese language and culture’s integrity, even if she does not advocate it and, on the contrary, adverses katakana English. The terrible deformation English has to go through when written in katakana is definitely counterproductive for didactical purposes and I would advocate too the adoption of Latin script in schools to teach English to at least partially resolve the constant complaints of the business world concerning Japan’s poor English
English pronunciation is one of the most important things that students have to master. This is because English pronunciation skill is the key to understand the meaning of the single English word. Also helps students to acquire English faster, communicate appropriately and fluently. That’s why in reality so many English teachers think that English pronunciation is the primary concern and the first goal of English teaching. In teaching English pronunciation teachers practice some English teaching methods.
Introduction To be a successful learner of English language, the learners need to use instruments to force them while their continuous process which helps them concentrate until become to be a successful learner. Motivation is one factor which has also played a significant role while the learners are studying English. In the early work of Gardner (1985) motivation is defined as the extent to which the individual strives to acquire the language because involves the learners’ reason for attempting to acquire the target language. Related Background Nowadays, English language has become a very important global language because it widely used as a means of international communications. Many countries have given precedence to learning English and
Firstly,about chance to study overseas, consider with the employment of teacher in papua are inadequate and also for schools are unequal for amount of the student about the education it’s better if student mastered their english language before go for study overseas because if student did not mastered english language it will difficult and it may wasting much time in other country to learn the english language, and considering Nelson mandela said that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Considering papuan government make a programme which is to send many student to study overseas as much as they can send because they believe that with better education one day they can change the world especially in papua that the reason why the english language is important for papuan people to make their live better in the future. Secondly, based on previous paragraph which is talk
Thus, the ability in speaking skill is a crucial and important part of second language learning and teaching process. The mastery of speaking skill in the English language is a priority for many second language or foreign language students. Even though periods of focusing on language form and enhance vocabulary are important in English language learning, but developing the students’ ability to really communicate with English in the classroom are the main goal of an English language teaching. At the end of the study, the students should be able to communicate effectively in English for study, work, and leisure outside the classroom. Therefore, it is essential that English teachers pay great attention in teaching speaking to the students.
The proponent of Affective Filter Hypothesis, some students learns when they are ready, when they know what they are getting from the teacher, also how language is acquired. The higher the filter for the students the lower the second language acquisition; but if they are ready, if they can use other avenues in learning the second language the higher the second language acquisition. (Stephen Krashen). However, it may not helpful for the students in learning the other language if they will find always easy using code switching. Otherwise, the other one really don’t use code switching because of the culture of his school is not applicable by code switching.
Being able to keep a fluent conversation with a native speaker is viewed as the main goal of this research and it also highlights the importance of speaking skills in a student´s point of view. Therefore, in this research study , four competitive skills of english teacher considered which might be helpful for English teachers and enhance their students´ communicative skills. (Marc.j.Riemer, 2007)English learners no longer expect the traditional approach of their teachers based on developing mainly the grammatical competence and using methodology popular in the past. Today, teachers are expected to provide their students with useful active knowledge of the foreign language, not just theory but about the language. Communicative approach focuses on a balance between fluency and accuracy and is the most suitable for those students whose aim is to gain confidence in speaking and conversational abilities.
What made me influence to write a speech on this topic is the speech by bejoy peter. What inspired me is how schools are preferring more English and how English is been taught in depth than their mother language, which is making a vast difference between previous generations and current generations. This is influencing students to learn English