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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. LEP students learn all school disciplines as native students must. Besides, it takes more time and energies to know the content in English well enough to handle higher academic English. Likewise, I agree with the author that students’ not being given access to the curriculum in a language they understand will prevent them from participating in school
We are living in a very diverse society and, want it or not, we need to communicate with each other. But in order to do that people have to speak foreign languages. When it comes to learning a new language the most common piece of advice given from adults to children is “You are young. Now is your time to learn a foreign language”. But I have always wondered why is that?
In the context of the increasing globalization of the communication trade, the new science is all in English, and the lack of familiarity with this language means to the lack of life in modern world. As we know Contrary to adolescence that learning foreign languages is done consciously, in childhood, language learning is a natural process. As the world progresses, it can no longer be said that learning English is quick for children. According to Babajide Gboyega and Oluranti Idiat (2014, p. 172),"Early Childhood Education is very essential in the life of a child’s hence the recent focus on its desirability across the globe. It provides for
The language is spoken all over the world and is a Global Language. Schoolchildren get the opportunities to learn English as a second language already in first or second grade and it is the ideal language for modern science and global business. We can see that the most of Internet is written in English, and that the sites that do not use English offer the reader a translation of its contents into English. All researches and studies we find will be written and typed in
Moreover, with this concrete programme, the students put into practise four different skills in a real situation and, not as in the case of English classes, where the situation is fictitious, given by the book. The issues covered in the project can be taught in any high school of Spain, and probably in any country of European Union, and, of course, we cannot forget the fact that in this project the students have to interact orally, which is, maybe, the most necessary and feared skill at the same time. CONCLUSIONS: WHY CLIL? Educational systems have to be adapted to young generation; the new technologies or the process of globalization have changed our way of life. Nowadays, the aim of language learning should not be speaking as a native; but it is being able to interact with everyone in different situations and contexts, which is, in my opinion, what our society demands, so, new forms of learning and teaching languages are needed.