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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Primary pupils beginning with kindergarten are not trained well by their teachers


 Learning English language must start with preschool children and the three and four-year-old children who are called the preschoolers should be given stringently the right amount of time and training in their education concerning the use of a language. We can't deny it. Yes, it is true that preschool children are making developmental strides and express an interest in the world around them. The only problem why we lack in communication and enthusiasm about the language is that the pupils beginning with kindergarten are not trained well by their teachers as regards the macro-skills in teaching a language.
Attaining the language skill requires the mastery of a system that takes literally years to learn. This requires on the part of the teacher skill in noting the difficulties of the learners in both oral and written English, presuming that the primary children have mastered the listening skill while still in their elementary years. But this does not mean that listening should be done away with. Much as the teacher wants to perfect language learning in speaking and writing, he can still require his pupils to practice in the open air where sounds are freely transmitted inasmuch as language is sound. The outcome of individual or societal integration cannot be achieved unless the student has acquired a command of the language he learns in school. It is through this that his personality adjustment and social participation are achieved, relevant to his future professional and preparatory years in elementary school.
 













 



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