Basically any image either signs, typography drawing photograph animation used to communicate or to inform some kind of message or idea came in the field of visual communication. It is one of the oldest disciplines in the humanities. The evolution of visual communication can be seen from ancient cave painting to the modern Computer graphics. Wikipedia defines visual communication as: “Visual communication is the communication of ideas through the visual display of information. Primarily associated with two dimensional images, it includes: art, signs, photography, and typography, drawing, graphic design, illustration, industrial design, Advertising, Animation color and electronic resources.
In this part, the researcher gives a review of selected studies which were carried out in Arab and foreign countries and which are related to the multi sensory approach. Kinney (2013) determined if a multi sensory approach to reading instruction would be effective, as well as engaging, for students in educational first grade classroom. The first level involved classroom study incorporating multimodal approach to guided reading and group instruction and the second phase measured engagement of iPad usage during multi sensory word study instruction. Multimodal approaches can be used for meaningful engagement for literacy instruction for all students. Literacy support activities were linked to Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences.
According to Smith et al (2001) phonemic awareness is made up of several components including rhyme identification, segmentation, and deleting of phoneme. They believe that identification, phoneme combination, and phoneme segmenting are more important in learning to read. Results of some foreign studies have shown that by direct teaching of phonological awareness as well as direct training of alphabetic principles in preschool and school years, children's reading and spelling skills increases significantly. Ryder et al. (2008) have found that phonological awareness training leads to the development of decoding skills in dyslexic
The implications of these concepts, especially identity, investment and power in Vietnamese high schools through my teaching experiences are also mentioned in the paper. From these points, I hope that combination of the help of teachers and the effort of students will result in teaching and learning success. Key words: identity, investment, power, language teaching and learning, technology.
It also covers strategy Analysis for the purpose of formulating various steps and methods for future ESL classrooms (Hutchinson & Waters, 1987). Also a learning needs analysis helps in identifying the actual requirements of the student so that special concentration can be given on that particular need. Means analysis takes a step ahead in pedagogic need analysis by evaluating the classroom culture, the EAP staff and even the education quality that is operative in the class (Munby, 1978). Therefore it is a complete analysis of the actual education proficiency of the student in English language with a view to remove all the drawbacks and prepare the student for the future education carrier (Songhori,
Abstract The present research reports on the importance and use of interactive materials in the teaching of English. Learners are expected to have a desired knowledge of English while entering the college. Advertisements are easily available and accessible materials which can be exploited for language teaching. They can be used in teaching the basic communication skills – LSRW along with a special focus on grammar and vocabulary. The present report records the use of matrimony ads used as a material to enhance the communication skills of the learners.
The findings of Pessoa et. al. (2007) indicate that an effective content-based instruction class includes attention to both content and language through conversations that encourage student language use and development, as well as metalinguistic awareness by collaboratively negotiating form and by the teacher’s
The recent research will indicate the effects, difficulties with respect of language and its impact on grades of students. Recently conducted study will have important implications in educational sectors. By assessing the effects of change in the medium of instruction, we can design suggestions for the educational institutions and sectors to remove the problems in order to increase academic achievement of the students According to (Marsh, et al,
Discussion and conclusion The following coping strategies to overcome problems inherited in second language acquisition can be applied in learning English as second language. This paper tried to unearth the common factors that are considered to have negative influence over English language acquisition. The factors are age, gender, cultural background, religion and language of the region or country. These common factors should be understood before embarking on to teaching the language to the students. The application of technology in language classrooms including the use of film, radio, television, language labs with audio/video tapes, computers, and interactive video will motivate the students and will help remove the fear found in students with respect to English language (Cunningham, 1998).
How to help primary student in Oman to solve this problem? 1.4 purpose and scope study The main purpose of the study of this subject. 1.To study that English language is important for the primary students in Oman. 2. To investigate the problem in English teaching for the primary students in Oman.