Impact Of Globalization On Education Essay

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Education is undergoing constant changes with the impact and the effect of globalisation. The effects of globalisation on education bring rapid developments in technology and communications are foreseeing changes within learning systems across the world of ideas, values and knowledge, changing the roles of students and teachers, and producing a shift in society from industrialization towards an information-based society. English has ‘travelled’ to many parts of the world and has been used to serve various purposes. This phenomenon has created positive interactions as well as tensions between global and local forces and has had serious linguistic, ideological, socio-cultural, political and pedagogical implications. Before globalisation, we have learnt English as a language and the process of it was very easy, now with the development and changes in the marketing strategy and in the name of business in the corporate era, English Communication has been…show more content…
The theoretical way of evaluating the Communicative English surely decreases the quality of class as well perturbs in the growth of the student…show more content…
The researcher have come across English syllabus of various Universities and Private Institutionsacross South India where, the components are almost same with very little changes but-the teachers, trainers who are teaching it are upgraded with the enough knowledge is still an unanswered question. And whether the institutions and Universities which are implying the new syllabus or paper give the required training to existing teachers to the current demands needs to be introspected. (I’m proceeding this statement in concern with rural /suburban college faculties, whether they are flexible enough to adapt the new challenges and teach the same to their
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