To solve problems for the primary students in teaching English 1.5 Significance of the study primary students in Oman meet the problem when they learn English language in the school because it is second language and they don’t use this language in every day, they use mother language which is Arabic language to communicate in the school and home. In this research I want solve the problem when the primary students learn this language and I want the primary students like to learn this subject, when they like this subject so they can learn it. As we know English language became now important language in Oman not only in Oman for many countries because many countries use it language in many things, also this language help them to get a good works and they can work in different countries in the future when they know about this language. 1.6 Definition of key
This problem has led to the elite and middle classes sending their children to English private schools while the vast poor send their children to the government schools where the medium of teaching is Hindi and not English. Another problem is that universities and even government jobs require fluency in English, as mandated by the ruling elite. Therefore, a person’s socioeconomic status in Indian society is approximately in line with his or her fluency in English language. In other words: a new type of caste
The college of Fort William had officially established in 1800 by the members of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. More than a hundred of original works in oriental languages were published by orientalists mostly sponsored by the College of Fort William. In the college the departments were established for each major language and culture of India, having one professor and a couple of assistant teachers. Department of Persian, Arabic, Hindustani Language, Sanskrit, Bangla, and Vernacular Languages have actively begun to produce linguistic works. All the Departments had a number of pundits who made up the native element of the College staff.
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
Therefore, they mostly people of Pakistan want to send their children to the English teaching school that is very costly. However, this has a lot of negative effects on children. For example, they might not have the capacity to increase their critical thinking skills while learning a new language before entirely knowing their native language. Also, teaching English in the lower classes will decrease the amount of discussion within then and may create earning difficulties as well as cultural. Moreover, there are a lot of chances that these children will forget their first language.
Background of the study The English language is one of the problems of every student why? First it is not the natural language of the Filipinos, Second, it’s hard to understand but English was the Universal Language that can use to anything. It’s the basic subjects that teach from Elementary, Teachers roles must have a large participation for the students. This is used for Daily lives, Language is our first source of communication and English the main Language in Science and Mathematics to make that material more popular for the students. Naved (2015) 57 million of the Filipino was an English speaker.
The other factor is the emergence of the United States of America as the leading economic power in the 20th century. This latter factor clarifies the position of the English globally today. The United States of America has nearly about 70 per cent of all English mother tongue speakers in the world. Codification of English in the process of standardization: Codification of English is the process of standardization that develops norms and rules for the language. These norms and rules have to be formulated and set down definitively in grammars, dictionaries, spellers, manuals of styles, texts and so.
English is an examination subject. It is widely recognised that the primary function of teaching English in schools in Pakistan is to prepare pupils for examinations. Passing examinations in English then opens doors to higher levels of learning and to employment opportunities approximately 95% of children in Pakistan do not have access to education in their mother tongue, (Wikipedia). English language continues as the language of power and is also the language with the maximum cultural capital of any other language used in Pakistan. It remains and is much in demand in higher education in Pakistan.
Of course Teachers of English language have their own problems to teach it to the students in different states in India only because it is not our mother tongue. At the same time students also cannot accept English language as they accept their mother tongue. They have some fear about it. This fear simply makes the students dumb. A good language teacher opts for good methods to teach -tile language to the students.
Five thousand newspapers more than half of the newspapers published in the world published in English (Ahmad, n.d.). Nowadays English has an important role in our daily life. It can not be denied and ignored because English is used everyday. More over English has a great influence in every field than the past. English has been a major role in medicine, business, education, transportation, travelling, politics, science and entertainment (the history of English, n.d.).