Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, which contains multiple issues that are unsuitable for adolescent readers, should remain available. In order to understand the hypocrisy of the situation, one must identify and acknowledge other aspects of the modern American society. Children entertain themselves with inappropriate television shows and video games. Social media and the News supply direct visuals of graphic content to the public, yet, concerned parents insist the true danger lies within literary classics which supply the readers with valuable insight. Also, fictional masterpieces such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest offer mental benefits through reading.
At the beginning, many correct English statements will store in the head of EL learners, and then the learners through the process of drilling can learn the statements and make their own sentences. While watching English movies, the learner can be familiar with informal speeches and slangs that He/She is unable to find them in English dictionaries (Zarei 2008). English movies improve EL learners’ pronunciation and comprehension of spoken language, because if they cannot comprehend the movies, they will not have positive effects on the learners, and they cannot learn anything from the movie, even they won’t enjoy it. Furthermore, to comprehend the movies, the learner needs to know lots of English vocabulary with correct spelling and correct pronunciation (Zarei, 2008). “English movies can motivate students to learn vocabularies and understand the English language better "(Danan,
It plays vital role children acquiring knowledge about products, brands, advertising, pricing, decision making skills, attitude, shopping and parental influence. In other words, television plays a detrimental role in the consumer socialization of children by making them well informed and knowledgeable consumers to deal with tough and complex business interactions in the dynamic business environment. Though, there has been a lot of academic debate regarding the positive or harmful impact of television on the children, but it cannot be denied that the modern day children are very much “television literate”. (The term ‘television literacy’ has been coined by Shaffer (2005).) Children below the age of 8 or 9 will be unable to decipher and understand whatever they see in the television advertisement but they may remember and identify few things case by case.
Whereas, conflict is a problem that should be shoaled by the main character of the story. Movie is the output that contains the animation and any sound that you may have added. Movie is one way to make English interesting to be learned. From movie we can get a lot of information, good messages and we can try speaking well from right pronunciation there. In teaching speaking, students are usually shy to speak in front of the class.
Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction “Television viewing causes people to duplicate inappropriately, in other areas of their lives, behavior styles developed while watching television.” (Kottak, 1990) Television programs can be educational as well as entertaining. It can give people the opportunity to travel around the globe, expose them to new ideas that they might not have encountered from their community and also a chance to learn about different cultures. Pro-social messages from shows on television will give a positive impact on the behavior of today 's youth. However, these youths are more likely to learn negative values from these television programs. Television has now become a debatable issue as some question its influences on the attitude and psychological development of today 's youth.
Blackouts, Panic Attacks, Stress, Exam fear and test anxiety. Those are just a view of the symptoms many students who are beginners have and cause them not to enjoy learning English. Nonetheless this affection of anxiety can no longer be ignored while teachers have multiple choices to teach their students a new language. The educator’s preferred method has a very big impact on their student’s language achievement. The best method of English language teaching to solve this problem would be the Community language learning (CLL).
Although the challenges that English teachers face differ from one region to the other, some regions face more challenges than others (Aljuhaish, 2015). The difference of the challenges can be attributed to alphabetical order of the first language as well as students’ motivation to learn the second language. Al-Nasser claims that Saudi students face significant challenges learning English because of both alphabetical order of Arabic language and the negative attitude towards English (Al-Nasser, 2015). The challenges that students face directly affect English teachers. Normally, private schools expose their students to English earlier than public schools.
But did those same television shows actually hurt you more than you think? Ever since the early 1950’s people have been worried about the effects of television on children. There are many good things about television as well. Television has great educational value and can teach children about different cultures of the world. While you do other things you can be sure that they are not watching anything that is not appropriate.
When a teacher teaches English subject especially in learning pronunciation, she or he have to know that pronunciation teaching is to improve their speaking immeasurably not only makes students aware of different sound and sound features. Some teachers make little attempt to teach pronunciation in any overt way and only give attention to it in passing. It is possible that they are nervous of dealing with sounds and intonation; perhaps they feel have too much to do already and pronunciation teaching will only make things worse. There are many factors that influence language teaching, especially English pronunciation teaching. Beside teacher should select the media that suitable to be applied in teaching English pronunciation, they also should know how to teach pronunciation well.
Students should know that fluency in speaking has a crucial part in learning, especially in the tertiary level. It is in status quo that some of these students ignore the importance of being fluent especially in English and it is often observed that they stutter in speaking in public even when just talking to another person in the English language. English is the second language of the Filipinos after the Filipino language. Therefore, people in the Philippines, specifically college students are prone to stuttering which is one of the factors that show the lack of fluency in speaking among them. The fact that the Philippine education system has been using English as a medium of instruction from elementary to university level for decades has