Free Essays on English A Medium Of Instruction In Schools

  1. English

    * English As a Medium Of Instruction jesusisonline.wordpress.com/2008/06/10/legislators-push-english-as-medium-of-instruction/ A check on the bills filed in the 14th Congress shows that there are three... Premium3405 Words14 PagesCategory: Education * Should English Be The Medium Of Instruction...

  2. English Should Not Be Used as a Medium of Instruction in Higher Education

    The medium of instruction at all stages should be the mother tongue of the learner and in special cases regional language. English should be used as a library language. Students should learn only mother tongue at the primary stage. At the secondary stage a foreign language, preferably English should...

  3. Students Attending Cmi Schools Are of a Disadvantage Compared to Students Attending Emi Schools in Terms of Coping with Tertiary Education.

    in EMI schools is a privilege and superior to those students studying in CMI schools in terms of coping with tertiary education. And I am not with it The ideal case mentioned above cannot apply to all situations. Let us look into the statistic of the medium of instructions of secondary school in Hong...

  4. English as Medium of Instruction

    ENGLISH AS MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IN THE NEW GLOBAL Asst.Prof.Chincholkar.B.B Dept.Of English. Rajarshi Shahu College, Parbhani Abstract The English language is continuing to establish itself as a global lingua franca in a period of unprecedented globalisation. In the last decade educational systems...

  5. English in Indian Cirriculum

    learning of English in our schools and colleges can be promoted strictly within the framework of an approved national policy of education. No political prejudice either for or against English will be imported into the discussion as far as it is humanly possible. The place and importance of English in our...

  6. Analysis of multilingual situation

    developing very fast and in order to be informed and to keep up to date the knowledge of languages becomes indispensable. And it is not also a secret, that English became a global and an international language. Almost all countries started to reform their educational system due to globalization. However, it is...

  7. English Should Be Made as the Medium of Instruction of Scool in Mlaysia

    the medium of instruction in science and mathematic in secondary school before, a heated debate in the newspapers with regard to this apparent turn around in the policy had immediately sparked off. Thus, I would like to support the side where English should be made as the medium of instruction in school...

  8. thesis

    language in various linguistic situations on their daily living. In the Philippine educational system, in most of the subjects, the medium of instruction is English. In some cases, this may cause problem to students considering that individual had learned already the first language at home which most...

  9. Education system in India

    enrolled in school. However, to bring the remaining into the ambit of universal primary education is proving difficult because some reside in inaccessible areas, there is a deep rooted prejudice against educating girls there are practical difficulties of distance and inaccessibility of schools. Moreover...

  10. Bella

    Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines In ”Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines” journal,the author...

  11. EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE 1950s AND EARLY 1960s

    Malaysia. The transition from colonial rule to self government during these two periods had brought to the fore the adverse effect of the segregated school systems created by the British colonial government on the role of education as a tool for nation building. It had also heightened the sharp disparity...

  12. Multilingua/Multicultural Education as an Agent of National Unity

    in the label ‘biculturalism’. He noted further that the bicultural person acquires his second culture (c2) mostly formally in the course of formal school education, or informally through visits to the homeland of his culture or through participation in its activities, or indirectly by reading about issues...

  13. Personal Guide

    on English and Filipino, the Tagalog-based national language. In recent years, however, the mother tongues have posed a challenge to the ideological structure of the debates. Although local languages have long been acknowledged as positively contributing to the enhancement of learning in school, they...

  14. Filipino

    issued ordering among others, the teaching of the national language in all public and private schools in the country.        A Department Order was subsequently issued by the Secretary of Public Instruction on April 8, 1940 to implement the aforementioned Executive Order.  Bureau Education Circular No...

  15. Breaking Barriers Thru English

    Barriers Thru English” In my short term as Councilor of San Fernando City, I have been invited to speak at various events and activities. Just last August, I was at a Buwan ng Wika, Linggo ng Wika and an Araw ng Wika. This is the first time I’ve actually taken part and been to an English Festival. ...

  16. How the official status of the English language shapes the debates over education around the world.

    How the official status of the English language shapes the debates over education around the world. Kachru’s model splits the global use of the English language into three circles; inner, outer and expanding. This essay will evaluate how the official status of English, in a country from each of these...

  17. Effects of Bilingual Education

    the Department of Education Culture and Sports (DECS) which took effect in 1974, states that English should be the medium of instruction in teaching Science and Mathematics in the elementary and secondary schools. The policy requires that Filipino should only be used in all other subjects. This policy...

  18. Rational Model

    “branch” method (Medium of Instruction policy) According to the previous Medium of Instruction policy (MOI), starting in the 1998 school year, 307 government and government-aided secondary school in Hong Kong were required to adopt mother-tongue (Cantonese) teaching. Only 114 schools were allowed to...

  19. Education

    of the pondok or hut schools and education there was based on Islamic studies. Students would study the Quran under the tutelage of a Haji or Khatib, in a hut set up by the scholar, either at his home, a surau or mosque. Although there were in fact, Christian missionary schools which were established...

  20. The Inhbitant

    investigated English and Science teachers’ representations of different facets of comprehension that are enhanced by code-switching and their concern for the external ramifications of the code-switching. Interview data were collected from 18 teachers (9 English, 9 science) in three secondary schools in an...

  21. The Prospects of Multilingual Education

    language in school is one they can hardly speak and understand. In a hearing conducted on February 27, 2008 by the committee on basic education and culture of the Philippine House of Representatives, various stakeholders in education urged Congress to abandon moves to install English as the sole medium of instruction...

  22. articles

    along the way.”(Frank Smith) The purpose of English language learning is to continue to develop a framework for designing an assessment of English proficiency for young learners of English as a foreign language and investigate how familiar students of English as a foreign language are with technology and...

  23. Bilingual Education: Pros and Cons

    legislation regarding second language learners. The bill was introduced in 1967 and its purpose was to provide school districts with funding to establish educational programs for students with limited English speaking ability. The bill was originally intended for Spanish-speaking students, but in 1968 became the...

  24. Nationalism and Language Use

    Philippines from other nations. Since the time the first law was passed, there have been a lot of debates on the use of the Filipino language as a medium of instruction and the role of the Filipino language in nationalism. A study was conducted on the faculty of the College of Arts Sciences and Education...

  25. A Matrix of Philippine Education System

    core of Spanish culture. Education was undertaken primarily as a means of propagating the Christian Faith. ☻ Elementary Education — Parochial Schools ☻ Secondary Education — Seminarios – religious vocation — Beaterios – for girls — Institutes/Colegios ☻ Higher Education — UST – Collegio de...

  26. Difficulties Faced by the Urdu-Medium Learners of English at Graduation Level

    Introduction At school level, the educational system of Pakistan is divided into three major categories on the basis of the medium of instruction: 1. The government vernacular-medium schools which use Urdu, and the regional languages as Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi, Pashto, etc as their medium of instruction...

  27. Debate Rebuttal Research Paper

    believes that all subjects, except English, in elementary schools in the Philippines must be taught in the mother tongue. I. Expected Argument - The academic progress of the students will increase because English is the medium used in international textbooks and schools. II. Rebuttal - The students’...

  28. English as a Second Language Learner

    idea on your own. This is the case for many English Language Learners within classrooms today; the only difference is many do not even know enough English to piece together a phrase leaving them completely clueless. The controversial discussion of English Language Learners and their education can become...

  29. Mtb-Mle (Chapers 1-3)

    way to learn reading and writing fast is through the use of a foreign language. This may be one of the reasons why the country adopted English as medium of instruction an all levels of the education ladder. In 1987, Policy on Bilingual Education was first introduced by then Department of Education, Culture...

  30. English vs. Mother tongue as a medium of instruction

    Introduction Background of the Study Before we discuss the so-called Gullas bill or the proposed act strengthening and enhancing the use of English as a medium of instruction, let's get a backgrounder on the state of education in the Philippines. For every 100 children that start grade one in our country...