Yongqi (2003) stated that word lists can be valuable for a language learner who wants to make sure that s(he) covers the basic vocabulary of the target language. The most conspicuous use of word lists is the one in the text books for language learners, where new words in each lesson are summarized with their translations. However they are also an important element of language guides used by tourists who don 't intend to learn the language of their destination, but who need to communicate with local people. 1.4 Statement of the
Teaching grammatical rules explicitly and expecting learners to memorize them is less effective. An important part of a language range is to know how to teach language forms in meaningful and effective ways. Learning vocabulary is an essential part of learning a new language. Where vocabulary is introduced and practiced in communicative contexts (rather than in lists), students are likely to see the relevance of learning words and phrases and to be sufficiently interested and motivated to remember them. Students will soon understand this language.
It is essential to define the term vocabulary since it is the basic foundation in any language and through reviewing the literature, the researcher found the following definitions that share some similarities. Saputra (2007) gives a comprehensive definition of vocabulary and describes it as all the words that are used in a language have meanings. Based on the previous definitions of vocabulary, it is obvious that vocabulary is considered as the most important part for any language. It is impossible for the learners to read, write, listen and speak a foreign language without having enough knowledge of vocabulary. Learning new vocabulary does not only mean memorizing the form of the word but also understanding its meaning in order to use it appropriately.
Nevertheless, it also requires knowledge about grammatical rules to comprehend the text in reading. Savage et al (2010) implies that grammar is the most important part of language skills consist of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Thus, grammar is nucleus of achieving language skills in spoken or written language. In learning a language skill, it
Wholist style tends to respond to cognitive task by holistic strategy. They are used to perceiving material from the holistic perspective. There is a long span in reading comprehension. According to research, English majors in the vocabulary learning, guess words in context. The reading material provides them with information to help them guess the meaning.
The important key factor for most of the learners in second /foreign language learning is how to communicate and understand each other? These days, when it comes to English learning everyone would think unconscious to professional in all skills. Almost improves these skills_ listening, speaking, reading, and writing are important and cannot be ignored and requires vocabulary therefore, Vocabulary is also a primary concern in L2 settings because it plays a prominent role in classroom success (Krashen ＆ Terrell, 1983). As it is argued by Read (2000), words are the basic units of language, out of which larger structures such as sentences, paragraphs and the whole text are formed. But, the most problems are how learners should acquire vocabulary
The approach of this teaching is very innovative, leaner-cantered, motivation-based, task oriented and fun loving with audio-visual aids through WALL. The aims and objectives of teaching English must be defined in terms of linguistic needs for different age group. The approach and techniques of teachings must be focused on enhancing skills of language rather than merely teaching theoretical knowledge of language. Various programs for teachers must be designed during their training programmes as well as when they are in service as a teacher. So that it will help them to improve teaching skills and overcome the barriers and shortcomings in their teaching skills, styles, approach and
Methods and approaches are essential to accomplish an effective second language teaching. There are several methods and approaches of teaching language to students who are learning it for the first time. Among those methods and approaches grammar translation method, direct method and audio-lingual method are the most popular. Yet each of them has their own advantages and disadvantages. Grammar translation method, also known as classical method, focuses on grammar rules and accuracy.
First, idioms sometimes communicate context that cannot be expressed literally.Second , idioms allow learners to follow casual conversation.In recent years, there has been heightened awareness of the critical role of vocabulary in English language learning and teaching. Within this broad area of academic inquiry, there is also general consensus that the vocabulary of a given language is much more than a list of individual words. A speaker’s mental dictionary (or lexicon) also contains a wide range of multiword units such as phrasal verbs ("put up with"), social routines ("take care"), collocations ("plastic surgery"), and idioms ("bite the bullet"). There is good reason for focusing on multiword units: research suggests that a large proportion of language, perhaps as high as 50
The second language learners will be able to learn the rules of the language effectively when the learners have enough time for it. 2. Focus on Form. The highlight of the language is that an effective monitoring requires an enough time. But if there is not enough time, students need to focus on the patterns of the language usage or careful about the accuracy of the language pattern essentially.