When you grow up learning and being taught about something, you want to continue the experience. All the way through school you find out important information on Spanish heritage and culture. Everything you see or do today has somehow been impacted by a foreign lifestyle. There are many people in the United States spreading Hispanic ideas like food, language, and religion based off other countries, especially Mexico. To keep up with the rapid growing of this style, you learn more about it in school.
That is why Filemon Lopez, who is part of the Benito Juarez Civic Association states that they are working hard to teach the Mixtecs their rights, about the importance of health, housing but overall of education. Even in the Madera school district, the importance of education is being advocated for, for teachers such as Carmen Hernandez states that it is important that both children like adults learn both Spanish and English, so that they can later be able to function in an English speaking society, but also so that they can keep their language and their pride in their background. Such as in the lecture about linguistic anthropology lecture that we went over in class, where it was explained that for the most part once English was learned that native languages were used less and less then forgotten, for only a subset of the population usually those who are older are the only ones who maintain the language going until they are gone. That is why Carmen emphasizes the importance of providing bilingual classes for Mixtec adults and children. So that in the future as Apuleyo Guzman states, that he hopes to learn more English so that he can get a better job so that e can get a better job, so that he can better provided for his family and his village, yet also still has his culture, his language and his ties to Oaxaca.
I search for ways in which I can bring to my family not only knowledge of other lands where people look, live, sound and eat differently but also ways in which I can help them communicate with people from around the world. I have done my own internet searches and conducted my own personal research about which language is the best choice for my family to begin learning in addition to English. It is obvious that learning Spanish as a second language here in the United States is the most practical choice if we want to use our new found language on a daily basis. Experts suggest using the new target language daily if you hope to become bilingual, and I know we will use it every day in our community that has experienced marked Latino growth. The most recent research suggests that more than 350 million people world wide speak Spanish.
Identifying the Situation, Purpose and Audience of the Author The author of the article makes an attempt to attract the readers’ attention to the rising debates over the growing popularity of the online courses. Due to a large number of controversial opinions about the outcomes of implementing online classes, Nicholas Carr explains the current situation by stating that a “powerful communication network—the Internet—is again raising hopes of a revolution in higher education”. The author is highly motivated to address the ongoing changes in
Students will have a multitude of options based on their interests and the support they need to reach their fullest potential. In addition, as student populations change, based on cultures and backgrounds, I will be flexible and adaptive by creating student and parent engagement workshops to create awareness about, and end stigma against discussing suicide, bullying, mental health, and disability issues. Also, I hope to build partnerships with colleagues in creating a larger fund for my current scholarship for children of street vendors and help expand it Los Angeles County. As a daughter of a street vendor who had limited access to resources, as well as a first-generation Latina college graduate, I will have shown the students I serve, and my community, not only that I am a resource to them, but, more importantly that they can break down barriers themselves. Inclusively, as a James A. Garfield Alumna, I will empower youth in my community to pursue their goals, because representation in particular professions matter.
I am enrolled in the necessary prerequisites for my major to assure that I would be eligible for upper division, major courses and electives. I am also researching more of the history and culture of Aukland and New Zealand so that it would be easier for me to adjust once overseas and have a smooth transition. Once I return after my time abroad, I plan to use my newfound lessons and experience to better my education and future career. I would also encourage others to go abroad as well, so that they can become internationally competent was well. I anticipate having to adapt to a new teaching style used at AUT.
I also participated on national students organizational events such as The 3rd National Congress and National Meeting Working of Ikatan Lembaga Penelitian dan Penalaran Mahasiswa Indonesia (The Unity of Indonesian Student Scientific and Analysis Organization) that I could share my ideas and opened my mind extensively by intensive discussion with another student from all entire of national universities about programs and actions for making my country better. Because of that, I decided to add my skill and ability by continuing my study higher so I can give the best contribution when I am back to my
This will help me achieve my career goals by giving me the opportunity to experience and see how Arabs, Israelis, Christians, Muslims, Jews, and other ethnic minorities have a coexistence in this region. Since I will be exposed to many cultures and religions, I will gain a deeper understanding of both Islamic and Jewish culture. Through gaining credibility through personal experiences, I will bring my experience back to the United States to further intelligence and cultural awareness through implanting policies and strategies in the region. My language ability will be the most important aspect to my career in national security. I can memorize, and absorb concepts form a classroom, but until I immerse myself into the culture and the language, I will not be fully capable of helping or responding to those who speak Arabic.
With this new knowledge and experience, I quickly transferred to Secondary/Adolescent Education and my minor is Spanish became part of my major while my major in Intercultural Studies was demoted to a minor. It remained that my passion for teaching had not left, just the focus of it. I always assumed I would love the field of Education and more so elementary education. While my extended family might work in very diverse fields, my parents both worked in education. My father began his career
Student Name : Mohammad Ahmad Al-dosari Student ID :124153 Section Number :102 Tutor Name : Dr. Fatma Fayez Question 1 In this essay we are going to discuss the meaning of linguists and languages in order to more understand the meaning of the languages and linguists the variety of languages in the world is very important for the people in different countries since it is distinguishing each country with its language, so that we can learn new languages. In this paper, we are going to define the language and linguistics and knowing what is the difference between them and how know these differences when we study the languages. The linguistics is to be defined referring to many factors such as the scientific