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  • The Importance Of Teaching Lessons In The English Language Arts?

    When providing lessons in English Language Arts, teachers should include activities that encourage verbal collaborations, reading, and writing aspects. Moreover, these should be done with accommodations for any student with English language barriers based off of individual skills levels (Hardman, Drew, & Egan, 2013). Using Speaking / listening, reading, and writing activities in lessons is important, because they are all forms of producing and processing information with language; which would…

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  • What Are The Importance Of English Language

    Around the world, companies work on developing its policy through increasing the number of different resources that enable these companies to progress . The language may be thing that keeps the companies go forward , so the language which will be chosen is absolutely very famous and useful in the earth . It can be clearly said that English is the most popular language that rely on business . However, the majority of industrialised countries that have largest complexes depend on English . Even…

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  • Leave Your Name At The Border By Manuel Munoz Analysis

    Whether we are Hispanics, African, or other ethnicities, our mother tongue is different than the English language. When pronouncing our name in English the accent of our name changes it is no longer our name, When English becomes our second language, our mother tongue stays with us because it is our language from culture. However, when English is our second language it is more likely to become less fluent than our first language. In Manuel Munoz essay, "Leave Your Name at the Border", Munoz…

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  • Importance Of Learning English Essay

    The importance of English is not just in how many people speak it, but in what it’s used for. These years, English has become the most used language in the world. Business companies, High schools, and many other international organisations and associations require English as an important exigency. HEM introduced a list of international training centers for the second year’s students: Calliope, The British Council, Wall Street and British Workshop in Morocco and several language centers in…

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  • Death By Monoculture By Stephen Leonard Analysis

    Introduction: When thinking about learning a foreign language people always think of the mainstream languages, French, Spanish, German, but what about Greenlandic? “Death by Monoculture” by Stephen Pax Leonard is about how globalization and consumerism is slowly getting rid of some cultures and languages. However according to Leonard the internet might help save these cultures and languages. This article was effective because it was understandable and to the point, Leonard did not go off on…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Attitude To Writing

    “Writing is an exploration”. Famous American novelist, Edgar Lawrence Doctorow once said that “A person can start from nothing but learn as he goes.” Focusing on this idea, it is possible to say that writing is a skill to put ideas on a piece of paper and not be afraid if one does not like writing. Even the greatest writers like Shakespeare, James Joyce, and others might not have thought that their writing was exceptional at the beginning; but they had to start somewhere, from scratch, and later…

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  • Article Analysis Of Mother Tongue By Amy Tan

    In the article of “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan (1989), it tells us the difference and relationship between “Broken English” and “perfect English”. It seems to others, Tan’s mother’s English is broken and fractured, but for Tan, her mother’s English is vivid and easy to understand, it is also Tan’s bridge of growth and understanding of the external things. Tan used her life experience to show that many people speak “Broken English” like her mother is not mean that they don’t know English. They know…

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  • Summary Of Mother Tongue By Amy Tan

    Grounded by Language In Mother Tongue, Amy Tan begins her short story by giving the audience prior knowledge that Tan is not a scholar of English and she is not able to give much more than her past knowledge on the English language. She then proceeds to give the readers an idea of how much she is fascinated by language itself and gives it a grading scale from complex english to simple English. Tan presents her short story by giving the readers a recent experience that made her rethink the…

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  • Taloria Anzaldua How To Tame A Wild Tongue Analysis

    In the essay “How To Tame A Wild Tongue” by Gloria Anzaldua the author touches upon issues like the division within and between languages and how an attack on her language is an attack on her as a human being. The author overcomes much adversity as she is not only prosecuted for her language by English speakers but by some people within her own culture.Her own mother had told her that without learning to speak English without an accent she would never be able to amount to anything worthwhile in…

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  • Analysis: To Have Another Language Is To Have A Second Soul

    Charlemagne once said, “To have another language is to have a second soul” (BrainyQuote). As a native Spanish speaker, I find this statement to be true since I think about objects different than an English native speaker would. For example, when thinking about objects Spanish speakers tend to associate objects with genders while English speakers do not. The topic of language and how people think has been studied by a few Linguists, Psychologists, and Neuroscientists. Research and studies have…

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