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Instead of hiring the native English- speaking teachers, Korean educational governments generally hire English teachers who are the same respective nationality. In other words, those teachers, especially those who are majoring in Secondary English Education, may not be as effectively trained as teachers who are from the English-speaking countries like the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and so forth. (Cho 11) lastly, class system has problems. In America, every student tries to discuss the problems
Is it possible that, in some cases, what appear to be academic or behavioral issues are simply a by-product of the language barrier they are experiencing? Could these students excel properly if given intense instruction and a chance to progress in a regular classroom? Research has shown that labeling English language learners is actually counterproductive, causing them to digress academically (Clark, Huang, Milczarski, & Raby, 2011). For this reason, it is imperative to consider reasons for certain academic struggles or behaviors rather than a learning disability, use effective strategies when giving instruction, and be sure all possible measures have been taken in the classroom before having them referred for special services. The focus on utilizing proper English makes ELLs look less competent than they actually are.