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(Each of these four foundation skills has its component parts of speaking English, as for example are pronunciation, intonation, phrasing, stress, rhythm etc. The pupil will have a command over English vocabulary and asense of correct intonation and pronunciation. (I) “The main object should be to develop the student’s language sense and linguistic skill and his ability to understand, speak, read and write general English”. 0000051295 00000 n Aims and Objectives of Secondary Education SIR WILLIAM TAYLOR Introduction There are many reasons why this is a propitious time for European countries to be thinking afresh about the aims and objectives of secondary education. So workshop and short course training for the teachers of English should be provided. He holds that, “Indian boys need most of all to be able to read English, than to write it, and lastly to speak it and understood it when spoken”. It is that which distinguishes creative or fine art from all other products of the human mind” - THE MAKING OF LITERATURE (SOME PRINCIPLES OF CRITICISM EXAMINED IN THE LIGHT OF ANCIENT AND MODERN THEORY)   BY R. A. SCOTT-JAMES In Aristotle’s view, poetic imitation is an act of imaginative creation by which the poet draws his poetic material from the phenomenal world, and makes something new out of it. Many teachers in the United States are faced with the challenge of teaching children to read and write in English when the students have a heritage language that is not English and they are not yet proficient in English. Incorporate previously taught language in new situations to give the learners more practice. 0000055128 00000 n The present syllabus has left no scope for the teaching of formal grammar separately. 7���m��"˱皿ۂA����M���������z�3����y��atօO�%� ��� endstream endobj 167 0 obj <> endobj 168 0 obj <> endobj 169 0 obj <> endobj 170 0 obj <>stream Now we shall review the present high school curriculum in West Bengal, a state in India,  in the light of the objective of teaching English. H��V]S�6}����Ng�H�eٝN;�v��--��t:���c�!���WN�ݲ�$�t���.����0���tr��p���)�N/����$��$� ӏ%q�����?,!�e`�,)I�XP�]�.� �l3x�<7`� ���2;)��ˌ$�/��pZ,��j6W��G�U����;�����f1f�e1�G�$�阍��X$��\q��O�~�z�4T �:�����UQ.�f~ �CQ�”���kU.�n��] �_�U�nՏ�?�${.�Δ��)��[�Ii^΂�u"��@�������(��x��@��x�Ѹ�$f��R�6��� �_!b?�I�2�Rςؼ���ٙ��}������sQ2A��N�,KHe��|*4|F�2#���ft�/* u Zu�U�� I�'��%�2��eϓAE�������(DF0�F��d�D7��.J5;? His fame is due in part to a widely read biography of him, written by his friend James Boswell and published in 1791. It means the ability to understand when written. The structures have been grouped according to their natural co-occurrence in usage. Objectives of teaching English at the Secondary school stage: With the change of the position of English in the new set up of India, the aims and objectives of teaching English has naturally undergone a change. H�l�]�����*z�nI%���@ ��%\��� $�d�9甤ۓ���Fj��������x�>�Ӌ��r���||�����q>�Y�Z*������}����q$�9~|��#�ו��v�鸎���ǿ�z�ve;KO�m�~\�O�������~&����ϫ�t��$��� oי�r�lK�Տ7Hf����|����4|�����nc���]Y��٤z�ʝ�i�5� �:[r^. Although probably best known for compiling his celebrated dictionary, Johnson was an extremely prolific writer who worked in a variety of fields and forms. (IV) The fourth objective is “to generate in the pupils a love for the language and a desire to cultivate it at leisure for pleasure and profit”. For example, when presenting the 2nd conditional, I often draw a picture of myself with thought bubbles of lots of money, a sports car, a big house and a world map. In this stage the teacher presents the new language in a meaningful context. (English) , D. 'A teacher with only first-language speakers in their class does not need to be aware of students’ language needs.' • To make explicit commonalities in language learning strategies in the Primary Framework and the Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages. Objectives. Methods and Approaches in Teaching English at a Lower-Secondary School Level. Chief Critical Approaches of Dr. Johnson are: Johnson tried teaching and later organized a school in Lichfield. To develop knowledge and understanding of Grammar. It places a great deal of stress on verbal skill, but the most teachers can not follow it in practice. of language teaching”. In like manner the poet too creates only a copy of a copy, An English Teacher; M. And the aim of this chapter is She has deep content area knowledge and wants to provide all of her students with authentic activities and tasks to relate the significance of the … His educational ventures were not successful, however, although one of his students, David Garrick, later famous as an actor, became a lifelong friend. and objectives when teaching English literature and student response and role. So, it can be said that the new syllabus is the product of a structural functional compromise. Imparting an adequate knowledge of the subject- matter: The objective of teacher education is to develop a good command of the subject matter of the assignment given to him in the colleges. 0000055212 00000 n In Platos’ view, a work of art is no more than an imitation of imitation. 0000049903 00000 n 0000006530 00000 n Poetry, short stories, drama and other form of writing are only used as means to attain language skills. English as a Library Language. They will be trained in grasping what is being said. We will focus on developing different language skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) and integrated grammar. Making this a more critical issue, several studies (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2003; Southeast Center for Quality Teaching, 2003) suggest that teachers are not receiving adequate professional development in effective strategies to address the English learners’ literacy deve… Read More Teaching English The new method is the outcome of his research. Everything on your plan should be educational. Aims of Teaching English at the Primary Level. 1.3. The classification of the general objectives of teaching in terms of school subject matter is not sufficient to explain the ultimate ends of education. Some of the most important objectives of teacher education are as follows: 1. 0000002743 00000 n This history has been formulated mainly in terms of diverse teaching methods, each of which has attempted to find more effective and efficient ways of teaching languages and each of which has been based on different views of what languages are and of how they are best taught. (V) The fifth objective is to teach English as an auxiliary language to maintain communicative skill with other parts of India and outside. The teacher, therefore, should from the very beginning plan his lessons in order to achieve the desired objectives bringing about all-round development of the language skills. 0000051685 00000 n It provides motivation to the pupils for using English in a naturalistic way. There is some scope in realizing the objectives of teaching English through the learning English text books. English Secondary Education Learning Objectives Section menu All CMU baccalaureate graduates are expected to demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking, communication fluency, quantitative fluency, and specialized knowledge/applied learning. E ighteenth-century writer Samuel Johnson ((1709-1784) is one of the most significant figures in English literature. General objectives of teaching. 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Ed., B. • To highlight teaching and learning strategies that support language learning skills development. Many world’s scientists write our invention report in English. The pupil learn English efficiency at secondary level it will not be difficult to catch higher studies. The National Curriculum Framework (NCF 2005) provides the framework for developing curriculum and syllabus, textbooks and teaching practices within the school education programmes in India. Everyone has an individual experience of language. To develop knowledge and understanding of Grammar. ...Aims and Objectives of Teaching English.Unit-1.B Unit-1 Sub point-B Note: Here i place the reading material of the topic taught by Kindly go through this for the external exmanitation.A] Aims and objectives of teaching English at secondary level The following are the main objectives of teaching English at secondary level. The new syllabus in learning English textbooks classes (VI – X) was introduced in 1984. it has taken the linguistic materials from the old structural syllabus but it has arranged those materials according to the functions of the structures in natural circumstances. 0000006257 00000 n (VI) The sixth objective is to enable pupils to acquire knowledge of fundamental concepts of English grammar. 1.4.3. For teaching English at the elementary stage, we have included only the language aspect, with the objectives placed into the following categories: A. Read More Teaching English Moreover, he maintains that “learning to read a language is by far the shortest road to learning to speak and write it. - Understand the position of English in the post – independence period. At elementary level, the teacher concentrates only on the language aspect. 0000007483 00000 n The teachers and the educational authorities should aware of the objectives of, Dr. Samuel Johnson's Preface to Shakespeare: Points to Remember, Dr. West’s New Method of Teaching English :Its Merits and Demerits, Aristotle’s Theory of ‘Poetic Imitation’: Salient Features of Theory of Imitation and Contrast with those of Plato, History of English Literature ( Short Questions). (II) The second objective is to develop the capacity of our pupils “to express themselves in English freely, correctly and with proper pronunciation in takes or conversation on ordinary topics”. Thus the objectives of teaching English is to enable the pupils to understand ordinary daily English speech spoken at a normal speed. 1.2.3. Basturkmen (2006) maintains that General English Language teaching tends to set out from a definite point to an indeterminate one, whereas ESP aims to speed learners and direct them through to a known destination in order to reach specific objectives. Mrs. What are the objectives of the lesson? 1.6.2 Objectives of teaching English at secondary level. Objectives of Secondary Education. A. 0000043928 00000 n 0000039983 00000 n 0000005866 00000 n The teaching of poetry calls for total involvement on the part of the teacher and students alike; the teacher has his role to play and so do the students. 1.5. The diploma thesis addresses methods and approaches to teaching English as a second and foreign language at lower-secondary school level in the Czech Republic 0000053451 00000 n Listening skill means ability to understand English when spoken. A broad, thematic lesson plan is preferable, because it allows a teacher to create various research, writing, speaking, and reading assignments. The teacher will refer back to the learning objective at this stage, so children are kept aware of the purpose of the lesson. 0000054014 00000 n RATIONALE FOR LEARNING ENGLISH 1.4. The students’ role is receptive when he reads or listens and the moment he speaks or writes, the ability becomes productive. teacher education- aims and objectives 1. unit 1 : historical development of tecaher education in india, concept and structure of teacher education 1.5 aims and objectives of teacher education 2. teacher education at different levels pre- primary level primary level secondary level higher secondary level higher education 3. 0000003599 00000 n Shell has been teaching eighth grade math for twelve years. 5 v1.0 6Y08 Mapping Cambridge Secondary 1 English (Stages 7–9) to Florida Language Arts Standards (Grades 6–8) Florida Language Arts Standards Cambridge Secondary 1 English Florida Grade 6 Stage 7 LAFS.6.RL.2.6 Explain how an author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text. If you don't know what an activity is teaching the learners then take it off your plan. Aims and Objectives of Teaching English 255 (i) To be able to speak English … Language in India www.languageinindia.com ISSN 1930-2940 16:10 October 2016 G. Vetriselvi, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed. 0000055089 00000 n 0000008366 00000 n So the teacher’s chief concern should be to develop the habit of purposeful silent reading in the children and not the habit of oral reading. I find that building up stories on the board, using realia or flashcards and miming are fun ways to present the language. 1. 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To develop abilities to make use of the grammar in own writing English. 0000002561 00000 n 0000046577 00000 n General Objectives of teaching English in S.A. Students should be able to. Here are ten of them: * First, high quality secondary provision is an essential basis for the vocational and 0000008713 00000 n Direct Method – discovering the importance of speaking 3. Plato and Aristotle on Poetic Imitation: It was Plato, not Aristotle who invented the term ‘Imitation’. It is expected to them that they should be able to write on matters of their personal experiences, interest and needs correctly in simple English. 0000055282 00000 n 0000001943 00000 n The lessons keep them engaged in individual or group activities. 0000009222 00000 n 7���M�pS�)ܔn 0000007014 00000 n 0000003562 00000 n Pupils should be enabled to attain working knowledge of the language from utilitarian point of view. It stood as a reaction against the Direct Method. 0000050801 00000 n But the teacher will have to deal with the functional grammar where and when necessary. %PDF-1.3 %���� The pupil should achieve the skill to understand simple and non-technical English first, then he is likely to appreciate literary English. 0000053710 00000 n Grammar Translation – the classical method 2. 0000002045 00000 n Diploma thesis. (ii) Literature aspect: … The students get more freedom in the use of language material/materials since they are not required to use a particular list of structure and phrases for each lesson. 0000002604 00000 n They are literary theme , elements of language and composition , literary history , and literary genre . ADVERTISEMENTS: 2. 0000052486 00000 n D r. West conducted an extensive research and experiments on the problems of teaching English as a foreign language in India . 0000008890 00000 n 0000004585 00000 n “Mimesis, then, or imitation is, in Aristotle’s view, the essential in a fine art. English is an official or semi-official language in all over 60 countries. 0000050988 00000 n 0000052018 00000 n Drop any query, suggestion or comment here. So the objectives of teaching English in schools will be the acquisition of linguistic or communicative skills. ). Part 1 English language teaching today 4 1.1 Introduction In recent years, there has been a dramatic change in the scope of English language teaching worldwide and an increasing demand for competent English language teachers, as well as for language programmes that can deliver the English language … trailer <<7CB7D29403AF4D138998F375FA9C8726>]/Prev 146321>> startxref 0 %%EOF 210 0 obj <>stream They also ask the children various questions to assess whether they think the learning objective has, on the whole, been achieved. Dr. West approached the problem of teaching English not from the standpoint of pedagogy, but from the standpoint of social needs of the Indian people. English is , therefore, taught now as a skill subject as opposed to literary subject. 110. Thus reading assists writing and writing assists reading. • The students on leaving high school should be able to write correct English. POSITIONS OF ENGLISH IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM 1.4.1. Language Objectives: An Overview. English is the main language of books, newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, medicine, diplomacy sports, international competitions, pop music & advertising. It's vital to always think about 'why' they are doing an activity, game or song. The syllabus lays more stress on the naturalness of presentation. 0000007818 00000 n 0000012219 00000 n “According to him it is easier to acquire a reading knowledge of a language than to acquire a speaking. The textbooks are prepared in such a way that they provide the learners to perform some sort of language work through out period. 0000008624 00000 n Acquire knowledge and understanding of the terms, concepts, principles, processes, symbols and mastery of computational and other fundamental processes that are required in daily like and for higher learning in mathematics. The objectives of teaching English are to develop in students both receptive and productive capabilities.

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