This essay will be in response to essay title number one analysing the technological change that has unfolded from as early as the fifteenth century to the twentieth century. This essay will discuss the impact technological advancement of print has had on society, how the printing press was first invented and rapidly developed for world denomination, its immediate popularity amongst society, its contribution to everyday life in the digital age as well as the positive and negative impacts the printing press has inflicted on society. Both the positive and negative impacts of the printing revolution had on society will be analysed with emphasis on the positive things it had brought about to early modern Europe. The printing press first took
Globalization has lead to so many differences as well as innovations, one concrete, and has been evident since then, example is the use and reasons for learning and teaching the English language. Because of Globalization, Global Education emerged and teaching foreign language has been promoted to being pivotal for the personal, cognitive and general academic benefits. Educational institution began developing curriculum that build a global citizen that will fulfill the demand of globalization. Connections of society to society become crucial and learning languages, that emerge according to the economical factors, has been a must. Teaching foreign languages became crucial to this agenda to mold the students to be able to engage with international events and be able to be a part of discussions with deeper
This essay will discuss what the pros and cons are of the -lish language. The English language is dominating the world, several countries adopt the English language and form a new language, by combining the original language with the English. This development has its benefits and disadvantages in the country. There are people who appreciate the –lish language, and people who are against the transformation. This has caused a ruckus in several countries, for example,
local government or other organization, and big multinationals can influence the decision of government make. Another type of influence that countries have on each other is because of education. English is a perfect example of mixing education among different countries. English has spread across the world like a wildfire. Countries use English as the global language and this has had a huge influence on education in individual countries.
Introduction: The English language is generally acknowledged as a global language, in view of its numerous functions and preference over several other languages around the globe. The tradition of English teaching has been drastically changed with the remarkable entry of technology. Technology provides so many options as making teaching interesting and also making teaching more productive in terms of improvements. Technology is one of the most significant drivers of both social and linguistic change. At present the role and status of English is that it is the language of social context, political, socio cultural, business, education, industries, media, library, communication across borders, and key subject in curriculum and language of imparting education.
In its role as a global language, English has become one of the most important academic and professional tools. English has become the official language of the business and scientific world, although in academic and scientific communities, formal English usage is prevalent. It is spoken as a first language by the majority of populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New zland and a number of Caribbean nations. It is the third -most common native language in the world after Mandarian Chinese and
English Written Task- Part 1 RATIONAL Our world is constantly evolving which leads to a change in our linguistics and knowledge of languages. It is and advantage for an individual to be bilingual in today’s world and to acknowledge others culture in order to be successful in businesses. This written task specifically focuses on the aspect of: Demonstrate an awareness of how language and meaning are shaped by culture and context. This is a significant point, because the world has become so interconnected that being bilingual is almost an asset that one must have. .
The aim of ads is to engage us in their structure of meaning" (1997:31). One of the strengths of her book is that she identifies the structure of advertisements and how it affects people in society. People generally found her work insightful as she "drew on current semi-logical methods. The kind of cultural Marxist and structuralism which she applied has greatly influenced and persisted in other recent work" (Sinclair, 2012:6). Besides Decoding Advertisements: Ideology and Meaning in Advertising (1978) other notable works of hers where she analyses aspects of film and media include Consuming Passions: The Dynamics of Popular Culture (1988) and Deadline at Dawn: Film Writings