The Importance Of The English Language As A Second Language

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English as an international method of communication is now more important than ever. English proficiency becomes a global demand and is a requirement for all countries to follow. The English language (L2) can be more intimidating to foreign learners in comparison to their mother tongue (L1). Academia, stakeholders, and governments place emphasis on the education of learners and the exposure to the English language. English should be introduced at all educational institutions at kindergarten and primary level. Although it is a slow development process, it is possible to expose learners at kindergarten level. In additional, understanding learners, cultural backgrounds, social interaction, and level of English (L2) is of vital importance to the success of the educator and the learners. The Educational Department acknowledges a lot has to change to incorporate a second language (L2) to all schools. Educators in kindergarten and primary are more active in the classrooms, with extra-curricular activities to develop the learners’ English proficiency level. Learners are more enthusiastic by learning new vocabulary from a very young age. What are the benefits for learners’ to learn a second…show more content…
Learners are exposed to complete tasks individually without or little instructive guidance. Group work are often more effective because it enables the learners to share answers. Faster learners have the ability to excel and finish well before others and share the information. The previous discussion leads to the conclusion that some learners do not follow or understand the
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