Acquiring a first language is different from learning a second or third. This difference is augmented when a person gets older. The ability to acquire a second language seems to become a little more challenging for teenagers and adults. This can be explained by understanding the neural mechanism responsible for language, the motivation involved in learning another language, and the techniques used to learn. Motivation plays a key factor in how fast and thorough a person learns a second language. For example, living in a foreign country is a good element that motives people to learn another language because it helps newcomers to fit in a new culture. The language represents a key of integration . It helps immigrants to communicate with native speakers, to get a job and being successful. In my point of view ignoring the language of the new country represents a big handicap for immigrants; for that reason, they are most of the time rushing to learn the new language. I remember when I started to take English classes in Algeria , I was not motivated as I do in the U.S. because I didn't feel the necessity to learn it immediately. But, at the present time I got more willpower because it is very important for my integration and without it I can not get education from college. So, the motivation plays a big role in learning a new language. The person who learns language because he/she need it to achieve goal learns it faster than somebody who learns it just for pleasure. The learning process of second language acquisition is filled with different methods and approaches that can make it more enjoyable and memorable. It's important to note that the choice of a method of learning has a big influence on how fast and efficient the language can be assimilated. I think that practicing with native speakers is the best way to learn how to speak correctly; i noticed that immigrants who work in favorable environment, where are in close contact with Americans, learn English faster than others. Moreover, some computer programs are very helpful to improve the language such us Rosetta Stone , that teach the right pronunciation, and help with vocabulary. I…
can enjoy the privilege of studying at will; work and parenting can contribute to unanticipated events which can rob the opportunity for studying. With the existence of online course, it can provide flexibility for various students to accommodate different situations.
Flexibility comes to mind when taking online courses. The ability to studying whenever and wherever is attractive for busybodies. Not all students have the privilege of attending actual classes due to real life obligations such as…
About 4years. 1 year for foundation course and 3 years for Undergraduate course.
3. Do you know anyone at all in the United Kingdom?
Yes, My classmate and my teachers at Into Exeter .
4. Are you one of any political parties in china?
5. Have you ever applied for a visa to the any other country?
6. What will you do in the UK
I will study foundation course at Bellerbys College.
7. Why do you intend to…
and Thursdays, 16:30-17:30 or by appointment
Lecture Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18:05-20:55/ 6:05-8:55 pm in 409 SA
Prerequisite: Second year standing or permission
Geography matters in the events, issues and concerns expressed in the headlines we see in the media every day. This course is an exploration of the geography inherent in the prominent headlines of our time. We will examine the geographical backgrounds to selected issues of current interest through geography’s…
prerequisites for this course and I feel that I am prepared for English 100. I am at an advantage because I have already taken this class last year. I know what is expected and what this course is about.
2) It was not difficult for me to obtain the two books needed for the course. I am able to comprehend the contents within the two textbooks. I know this because I opened the books, skimmed through several pages, and read a couple. Reason being, I plan on staying in this course and succeeding. I do…
ENG 105 English Composition I, Fall 2013 Prof. Roxane Pickens Email email@example.com Phone 305-284-4673 Office Hours Thursdays, 930a.-1130a., and by appointment Office 110 Pentland House Introduction to Writing and Critical Inquiry Description This course introduces college-level thinking, researching, writing, and revising, and it seeks to familiarize you to the life of the mind through your own efforts at questioning the world around you. Specifically, our work will center on the…
18 November 2013
With such a high demand for a college degree to secure a profession in modern society many people have turned to online courses to acquire a degree and secure a future. There are both pros and cons to online educations some pros being “flexibility, accessibility” and some cons being “relative isolation”(Poisso 1). A key question is how these pros and cons affect the difficulty of online courses. Convenience is a key factor…
Department of English
Spring 2014 Course Descriptions
89S. Imagining War. Instructor M. Maiwald. WF 8:30-9:45
In this course, we will consider how the experience of war has been represented in American fiction, non-fiction,
and film. We will investigate how attitudes toward war have evolved throughout American history: our timeline
begins with the Civil War—the traumatic event that birthed the modern American state—and ends with the recent
conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. In particular…
2613-01 and 03: Introduction to Geography/ 3 credits (3 lec.)
Dr. D.A. Clements
Office Hours: See the Extra Data section in Moodle
Telephone: (870) 248-4000 – 4145
This is a survey course which exams the geography of the existing world to give students a broad background in the world’s peoples, nations, and cultures. The use of maps is emphasized and special points of views in political, economic, and urban geography…
HIST133: Medieval Europe: From Rome to the Black Death
Medieval Europe: From Rome to the Black Death
Course Guide 2015
A survey course covering a range of themes in Western European history
including social and economic developments, government, religion and
warfare (c. 300-1400).
Code: HIST133-15S1 (C) Semester One 2015
15 points; 0.1250 EFTS
Official Course Dates: 23 February 2015 – 28 June 2015
Restrictions: HIST125, HIST130
Tuesdays (15:00-16:00) & Thursdays (16:00-17:00)…