After writing try to arrange it by using attributes instead of sentences. For example, if the people around you can depend on you, you can simply described this as authentic or trustworthy. If you tend to not listen to anyone that has opposing views, then it can be described as close-minded. Your strengths and weaknesses are important because they make up who you are, how you operate, and ultimately give you an understanding of what jobs are the right ones for you. By knowing your strengths you can choose activities that allows you to unleash that ability and by knowing your weaknesses you can understand your potential limitations or areas that need improvement.
The first step of decision making is you need to know how to identify opportunities and diagnose problems. Problems and opportunities will easily occur as people always having differences between needs and wants. Thus, managers need to have tight grasp of correct information on certain situation by monitoring the performances of certain projects and works. The second step is you need to identify objectives. Objectives, according to Oxford’s Advanced Learner Dictionary, can be defined as something that you are trying to achieve.
The idea that I chose to discuss the Schamar’s 7R framework is related to, “How do I improve my English?”. The Reason I chose this problem, was because I feel that language is a very serious barrier for any individual who visits a foreign country. Most population of scholars these days want to be an innovator or be able to lead an innovation, but what holds them back? It is their communication skills, one must be able to convey their ideas, in a very confident and convincing manner. If an individual is not able to convey their words that can address the potential of their given idea, the impact of an idea on the society, the revenue it can help to generate, jobs it can create, etc, then no matter how great an idea is, and how huge the potential
Today, in the world of language learning and teaching, nobody turns a blind eye to the very fact of skill integration. All scholars and theorists in the field of language teaching and learning believe that teaching skills and elements of language results in a better learning outcome because skills and elements of the language are mutually enhanced. Besides, in skill integration approaches, listening is one of the most crucial elements of learning and teaching in both EFL and ESL contexts. Listening is the Cinderella skill in second language learning. All too often, it has been overlooked by its elder sister: speaking.
All of us are aware of the simple fact that correct pronunciation in any new language is the watershed moment in becoming an expert of that language. As new language learners of English, you should also strive for nothing less than the level of an expert either. But have you ever noticed that some English speakers, in spite of having a thorough knowledge of the language, sound different while they speak? It is often
The more language we know the better we will be. It is infamous that English language in the present times is too important in global world. No one can deny that it is the most common language for many non-English speakers. They use to communicate everywhere or anytime. In some countries is used as a mother tongue such as Kenya or India.
Costa Rica is going through a globalized world where communication and technology is a fact in everyone’s life. Learning new languages is a great tool when it comes to progress in the professional field and educational field. In this country, learning English language is considered as one of the main priorities, that is why in most schools are taught this language. Learning English represents a challenge for Costa Ricans because it is not their native language. English language differs from Spanish language in many aspects.
I think this biased nature is same seen in the speech of the importance of the English. Learning English has many advantages as now days’ people are getting jobs outside and to communicate they require English as also it makes them easy to communicate. This tells the importance of the English, the knowledge we gain, the entrainment we have and make our work easier. It is the only language in the world which has taken many words from the other languages and is always in touch with them however this is the only language which has actually contributed to the death of language and in fact that made many languages and cultures undesirable. The speech tells how we have subtitles in the other language’s movies so that anyone who is of not that nation can understand that easily.
For example, morphemes retain the same form but in various instances like plurals whereas in most of the other languages they would be spelled the same way. It would be easier for nonnative speakers to learn English due to the regular and shallow orthography it contains which is more direct when compared to the deep orthographies. In the latter, pronunciations are difficult to acquire due to the correspondence between sound – spelling being indirect. Studies show that in the long run learners of English did well in terms of remembering the words and using them when compared to the students of other alphabetic
In schools affiliated to the ICSE Board, English is taught as a first language whereas in schools affiliated to WBBSE, English is taught usually as a second language. It must be pointed out however that English is also offered as a first language by WBBSE though very few schools offer it as a subject to its pupils for the Board examination. There are many English medium schools affiliated to the WBBSE which teach English using textbooks used by the ICSE board till Class VIII. This is to ensure that the standard of English taught is sufficiently high even when students opt for English as a second language at the Board examination. In schools affiliated to the ICSE board, Literature in English is offered as an elective subject at the higher secondary level, i.e., in Classes XI and XII.