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    United States now and they are growing rapidly but why is it that people are trying to stop this. There are many reasons, from everyone should all assimilate to fit in, to English is the national language of this country. Another reason why this should be is because immigrant children or children from immigrant families that do not speak English. Some say that there are already schools and things of that nature helping but is it enough? Not just the children need the help but also the parents of the students. Curriculum that offers students to become bilingual should be offered to them at a young age in a way that helps them learn the language. People should try to learn a second…

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    January 2016 Spoken Success Foreign language learning has played a crucial role in the acceptance guidelines incorporated by colleges all over the United States. Generally, selective schools require at least two to three years of a foreign language in order to be accepted, and the other schools recommend, or highly recommend the same (Petersons: College Admission Requirements). These requirements are absolutely beneficial as new generations develop, and hopefully will be implemented all over the…

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    some positive developments, overall foreign language instruction has decreased over the last decade and the achievement gap has widened” (Pufah and Rhodes, 2011, p 258). The efforts shown to improve language instruction in schools districts in the United States couldn’t beat the lack of funding to world language programs. The funding decrease can be observed on the type of learning tools world language teachers use daily to instruct students. According to Wallis and Steptoe (2006), school…

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    one of prerequisite to success at school is development communication skills. Receiving speech and language services is kind of the substantial supports for individuals to benefit from their education. The school-based Speech-Language Pathologist(SLP) plays an important role in education and his serves could be in the both teams the special education and general education. SLPs may serve students directly or work with educators and parents to address communication and language needs.…

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    Elementary School (5-6) When I entered the 5th grade I saw no reason to see why this year would be any different from all other years, aside from the fact that I would be closer to Junior High and have to accomplish more challenging work. The year progressed uneventfully and I found myself being decently content with what I had. However, it seemed that I was missing something; I was doing fine in all my classes but I did not really have any motivation. In the last month of school, the Band…

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    valuable and functional in their home and community, increasing one’s proficiency in SAE for use in the educational setting will add to their “toolkit” of skills but may also require support. Explanation of Standard Language, Dialects, and Creoles Standard Language A standard form of a language can be described as the dominant, prestige, or educated dialect used in formal writing. Speaking the dominant variety is often an advantage as it helps one…

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    Some issues that have related to the debate over bilingual education are if they should have dual language programs in schools. These programs give instructions in students’ native language, and English is the goal of developing proficiency in both languages. They will spend half a day with their native language and the other half of the day in English. This helps grow and create a positive impact on all students’ development. There is higher ELA and narrowing of the achievement gap for school…

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    For many us who took a foreign language course for a couple of years in middle school and high school, and perhaps even college, might be able to retain a few words or phrases here and there. Most likely the language you were offered was hard to comprehend and difficult to speak, therefore making the language almost impossible to obtain. For those children who grow up learning a foreign language from a young age and did not start learning a second language in secondary school benefit…

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    The population of people who speak Sign Language is between 500,000 and 2,000,000 Americans (Harrington). Regardless of whether the number is half of a million, or two million, there are a plethora of citizens in the United States who use American Sign Language, or ASL, in their everyday lives. These people include the deaf, the hard of hearing, the disabled, victims of mental illness, all of their family members, and so much more. There are a profuse amount of people who rely on American Sign…

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    Public schools provide students with more support than most public schools do during the school year. Speech Language Pathologist makes a big impact in children's lives but they are not always provided in every school, they are mostly provided in a public school. A lot of kids aren't provided with a speech therapist because there parent don't even know that they need one. Usually what happens when a child needs a speech therapist is that he or she gets recommended by there school or there doctor…

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