Free Essays on Importance English Proficiency

  1. Standardized English Proficiency Test Ploicy

    Prompt: Most of the professors in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages strongly suggest that an English major should reach an acceptable score of a standardized English proficiency test (e.g., TOEIC, IELTS) before graduation. Otherwise, he or she should not be qualified for graduating with a...

  2. The Importance of Mastering the English Language and Its Impact on Employability

    www.ccsenet.org/ass Asian Social Science Vol. 8, No. 4; April 2012 Malaysian Graduates English Adequacy in the Job Sector Gopala Krishnan Sekharan Nair (Corresponding author), Rozlan Abdul Rahim, Roszainora Setia, Norhayati Husin, Elangkeeran Sabapathy, Nur Amalia Abd Jalil, Razifa Mohd Razlan...

  3. Part 6

    September 23, 2012 English — the way to go! By AMINUDDIN MOHSIN, TAN EE LOO and KANG SOON CHEN educate@thestar.com.my All parties at a recent forum organised by The Star, were unanimous that young graduates who joined the workforce needed to engage and communicate in English if they wanted to move...

  4. Thesis About English Proficiency Among Bshrm Students

    Level of English Proficiency and Communication Skills among BSHRM CSTA Students: an Assessment A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty of the Colegio De Sta. Teresa De Avila Foundation Inc. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of Degree Bachelor of Science in Hotel...

  5. Level of English proficiency among Criminology students

    Level of English Proficiency of BS Criminology Students and the Factors that Affect Learning in English Subjects LJ FG A THESIS Submitted as partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Masters of Arts in Language Teaching College of Arts and Communication University...

  6. Research

    purpose of research, importance of research, limitations of research, definition of terms, and summary. Background of Research Research shows that psychological factors, such as math anxiety has an significant impact on the students' mathematics performance. It is of great importance to overcome such...

  7. The Benefits of Learning English. Opinion essay

    English has developed into a modern language which is spoken widely throughout the world. Most native speakers of English come from Britain, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Many developing countries are investing money for their students to learn English. There are three major benefits...

  8. Impemeting an Effective English Language Learner Program

    Implementing an Effective English Language Learner Program Brett St.Germain Olivet Nazarene University EDUC 782 Abstract The following document will outline examples of effective English Language Learner (ELL) programs possible for Rosemont Middle School. Included will be examples of four...

  9. What It Takes to Be a Manager

    that work experience and leadership skill is crucial for hotel managers to perform their job. Other requirements are knowledge, education and English proficiency. This suggestion is supported by the employees’ profile. The implications are discussed, emphasizing the need to consider increasing hotel students’...

  10. The Important of Studying English

    The Importance of Studying English It is a big concerned for teenagers nowadays as they are unaware of the importance of English language as they tend to ignore to learn the language. Students’ attitude towards the language is also crucial to make sure that these teenagers...

  11. low english proficiency

    poor command of English affects job chances PETALING JAYA: Malaysians will be at a “slight disadvantage” in the competive global environment because of their poor command of English, said Jobstreet.com. The online recruitment company recently placed Malaysia, behind Singapore and the Philippines in...

  12. Chapter 1

    THE LEVEL OF PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH OF THE SELECTED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF HSL-BRAILLE COLLEGE SCHOOL YEAR 2012-2013 Chapter 1 The Problem And Its Setting Introduction English proficiency is the ability to speak, read and/or write in English. To be considered...

  13. Improving Vocabulary and Comprehension Skills in Esl Students Through Language Proficiency, Critical Thinking and Study Skills

    LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY, CRITICAL THINKING AND STUDY SKILLS CHAPTER 1 Introduction This paper proposes a research study that will test and determine the effects of language proficiency, critical thinking, and study skills approach on improving the vocabulary and comprehension skills in English as Second...

  14. Planning

    the primary benefits of learning English is that it is often considered the language of global business. The international business community often uses it for communication, even among people who do not speak the same native language. Speaking and understanding English can let a person more easily communicate...

  15. Learner Autonomy and Some Selected Correlates Among Adult Distance Learners in Malaysia

    in Malaysia. b. To determine the relationship of learning styles, perceived learning environment, computer technology experiences and English language proficiency to learner autonomy among adult learners in a distance learning environment in Malaysia. c. To assess to what extent the proposed regression...

  16. insurance

    and communication technology, English used to acquire knowledge and information. It makes the English language as a language of technology and it is very important (Mohd Amin et al., 2000 cited in Fadhlina Mohd. Azizuddin, 2006). The mastery of English language proficiency level among students is moderate...

  17. Significant of English Communicaiton

    popular. However the significance of spoken and written communication in English is still substantial. The below argument is to address how importance of English communication in the business sector of Hong Kong. The importance of English communication After my university graduation, I joined a local Chinese...

  18. Why Australians should learn a second language

    history. English dominates international business, politics, media and culture more than any other language in human history (Crystal, 1998; Jenkins, 2007; McArthur, 2001; Romaine, 2006). A language that is recognised and understood by people everywhere, is undoubtedly a global language. Since English is widely...

  19. Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills

    Importance of English Language & Speaking Skills Among Fourth Year Students Submitted To: Submitted By: Date Submitted: Approved: ___________________________________ Acceptance and Approval Approval and Endorsement Acknowledgement Table of Contents List of Tables List of...

  20. Accommdating Differences

    will impact a classroom are students with special needs. Three of these groups include those students who are in wheelchairs, visually impaired or English language learners. This does not mean every one of these students is the same but as a group they will share similar characteristics for which a teacher...

  21. Essay

    somehow crippled by the state and federal standards. English language proficiency standards are connected to state academic content and attainment standards. English language proficiency evaluations must be aligned with English language proficiency standards and give a means of illustrating progress...

  22. Resarch

    English Language Teaching and Learning Arunee Wiriyachitra Abstract The importance of English as a world language, the advance of technology and education reform envisaged by the new Thai Constitution are key determinants for new developments for English language teaching and learning in in...

  23. Foreign Language at High School

    purpose of this paper is to examine the factors affecting the need of learning a foreign language at high school. Many have realized the increasing importance of the acquisition of a foreign language, in other words an increasingly valued skill. In United States of America, an increase of 200 percent in...

  24. English Should Be Taught from Kindergarten in Public School

    English should be taught from kindergarten in public school Nowadays English language has become more important than years ago, now we are living in a bilingual country in which is essential speak English to communicate with others. By the way there are many schools that teach English from preschoolers...

  25. Wawawa

    credits) GTEE1103 Professional Writing in English (3 credits) GTEE 1104 2. 3. 4. Effective Presentation Skills (3 credits) GTEE1105 Communication in English I (3 credits) (Offered only in SEM I) GTEE1205 Communication in English II (3 credits) (Offered only in SEM II) ...

  26. An Assessment of English Proficiency Among Beed 2a Students in Bsu Sarmiento Campus

    Because English is so widely spoken, it has often been referred to as a "world language", the lingua franca of the modern era, and while it is not an official language in most countries, it is currently the language most often taught as a foreign language.  English is widely spoken in the...

  27. wessa

    It is of particular importance to use hand and fingers successfully in order to be successful in this program. See 21. Students enrolled in this program are required to receive one-year intensive English language training. Students that achieve the English proficiency exam at the end of the...

  28. Communicating Effectively in Spoken English in Selected Sosial Contexts

    LACK OF PROFICIENCY IN THE ENGLISH The lack of proficiency in the English language among the current crop of Malaysians does not come as a surprise at all to academicians. They say the rot started when the medium of instruction was switched from English to Malay in the 1970s. Malaysia was ranked...

  29. Reports

    SE THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SENIOR TWO STUDENTS IN UGANDA IN MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND BIOLOGY NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS IN EDUCATION UGANDA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS BOARD 2010 i Published by Uganda National Examinations Board All rights reserved. Reproduction of this publication for...

  30. Ie Course Design and Selection of Materials

    the criteria for the selection of materials and activities in an IE course is the very nature of it. An IE course belongs to the wider spectrum of English for Specific Purposes movement whose proponents "argued that the content of language courses should reflect the purposes for which the students were...