English as a foreign or second language

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  • Coming To America Narrative Essay

    place to learn new things. The most important thing I was concerned about was reading and writing in english. I knew if I failed to learn how to read and write in english I would not make it in america. It was very crucial for me to learn so when I was in Elementary school in Hampton, there was a school that had this program called ESL. It stands for English Second Language. I was so nervous, I thought other students would tease me on how I had a heavy accent and can only write in arabic. When I entered the class, the students were all different kind of race. Mexican, Russian, and German etc, I did not know half these races existed until I entered the class. I felt more calm there when…

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  • My Experience Of English: My First English Teacher

    My First English Teacher Language learning is always strongly influenced by the teachers, because learners tend to imitate how our teachers perform and act when we are unfamiliar to something. At the time we were learning our mother language, teachers are our parents because they are the ones that we meet and communicate frequently when we were young. However, when we are engaging in learning another language, like while I was learning English, the first teachers could highly enlighten their…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Teaching English Language Learners

    Throughout America, there are thousands of schools in which English Language Learners are enrolled each year. Because of the variety of cultural backgrounds and increasing number of immigrant children, schools across America have been working to create effective English Language Learner programs that meet the needs of these students. There are a variety of service models that have been adopted by these schools, and each models has its own strengths and weaknesses. In the local area, there are…

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  • English Language Learners Case Study

    Introduction The United States is composed of vast ethnic and linguistic diversity. Our history, laws, and culture are a reflection of that reality. The economy, our citizens, and society overall experience benefits both large and small. On the other hand, those who do not speak English often face hardship and discrimination. Most people believe that education is a key to success in a developed country, but in an educational system that is predominantly administered and operated in English,…

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  • Sample Resume: ESL And ESOL Teacher

    EDUCATION Oct 2015 - Feb 2016 Level 3 Award in Education and Training April 2015 - Dec 2015 Level 3 Certificate for Essential Practitioners (ESOL) April 2014 - July 2014 Level 3 Certificate for Essential Skills Practitioners (Literacy) Jan 2012 - Feb 2012 Level 2 Certificate - Supporting Adults and Young people in Essential Skills March 2011 - Nov 2011 Post-graduate course in ELT - National Technological University UTN Buenos Aires - Argentina…

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  • Case Study: English Language Learners

    enrolled in the district, roughly 13,000 were identified as English Language Learners (ELL), 9.8% of the district’s population. The School District of Philadelphia’s ELL students are identified through the district’s…

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  • Welcome In The Classroom Analysis

    but she cannot communicate her thoughts out loud. This girl is experiencing life as an English language learner, who has recently immigrated to America. There are millions of such students in the United States at this very moment, and many of them feel completely lost and confused in their new classroom environment. These students often struggle with feeling out of place in their classroom. Many of these students also fall behind in their education due to the struggle to understand a completely…

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  • The Importance Of English As A Foreign Language In Libya

    English is taught as a foreign language in Libya, where the mother tongue is Arabic. In other words English is not an official language in Libya and it is not used as a medium of instruction in Education. It is thought that studying in the mother tongue is easier than in another language and it not used in delivering lectures. The current education system consists of three main stages: basic, intermediate, and higher education.. In the field of second or foreign language learning there are…

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  • Native English Language Analysis

    There are massive native English speakers and non-native speakers live in Britain together in recently. It is also able to hear different languages occasionally when people walk on the streets. However, the majority of people still use English as common communication languages in Britain and there are some differences between native English speakers and non-native speakers. Therefore, the aim of this essay is to examine the range of being an English native speaker in Britain can be considered as…

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  • Statement Of Purpose For Teaching English As A Foreign Language

    top 50 universities in the world and studying there is a dream of life for professionals, especially for teachers of English. As an English teacher who is pursuing further professional development I expect to undertake MA in TESOL program in one of the US universities. First, I want to be enrolled in the program that will integrate both the theories and practice of language teaching e.g. teaching language systems and skills in English as a foreign language, which will both equip me with…

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