Importance of English in preschool children pdf
The use of the second language has been very important throughout all times, historians comment that since ancient times, among primitive men there were already changes in the language from one tribe to another, which often prevented communication between them and largely influenced the nomadic culture of the time as it was very difficult to communicate with others when they did not even know what they were saying or what they wanted to say.
The change of dynasty, the guerrillas and the Napoleonic system incited the Spanish universities to decline a little with respect to the old and new English and French speaking European ones, in which the fruits of the university students are seen and education begins to become the fundamental part for the way out of the decline by means of a true scientific evolution. From the threshold of the period, Newton’s thought will dominate in the sciences and in the so-called natural philosophy, while Locke dominates in morals and psychology; social, political and pedagogical disputes develop around both; it is true that they come from the end of the previous century, but it is in this one that they triumph and make themselves felt the consequences.
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What is English education like in Ecuador?
If you did not learn the language in school or high school, then you should not worry or think that you are incapable of learning a foreign language, the problem lies in the methodology that has been used throughout history.
Roughly the same thing is felt by a person enrolled in a “regular” school or university curriculum. Hence the apathy and reluctance to learn the language, the prevailing idea that 95% is routine and hard work.
In addition, the teacher’s authority does not put pressure on the students, and the teacher’s level of language proficiency does not affect the students’ level of language proficiency. As a result, the student can know the language better than the teacher.
Lessons are conducted as follows: the student in the early stages of training does not say a word; after all, he must first acquire a sufficient amount of “passive” knowledge. During the first lessons, the student constantly listens to a foreign speech, reads something, but at the same time does not speak a single word in the language studied. Then, in the process of learning, there comes a period when he should already react to what he heard or read, but only to react with action.
Proceso de aprendizaje de inglés
UN ESTUDIO DE INVESTIGACIÓN-ACCIÓN SOBRE LA PERCEPCIÓN DE LOS ESTUDIANTES SOBRE EL USO DE NICENET, UN ASISTENTE EN LÍNEA PARA EL APRENDIZAJE DEL INGLÉS COMO SEGUNDA LENGUA, EN EL SALÓN DE CLASE EN ECUADOR
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