New media has changed the human language and the shape of humanity because it changes the way that we use the English language. There are many new media technologies that we use such as Iphones tablets IPods and other phones which all have the access to use new media sites or apps such as Facebook, Twitter, MSN and YouTube all of these apps have the ability to let you talk to people around the whole world with a phone. The English language is being ruined because of the constant usage of online chat rooms where there is no spell check and according to Cinder_Rose's kids younger than 10 are spelling words wrong or are using abbreviations in their text and this reflects in their schools using these abbreviations at school instead of the real word. New media websites have raised the trolls who are harassing people who wish just to have a pleasant time on these sites but get bullied. These trolls target people on R.I.P sites which the deceased family’s have started up and post rude and hurtful things about the deceased New media also affects the way we communicate when in person using these same abbreviations when speaking to friends and family. This new form of bullying can be done anywhere and at anytime that the trolls choose.
New media does not always have to be negative it can help us with updates on life such as the weather and getting the latest news. New media also gives use useful things like e-mail and instant messaging. Facebook and twitter do not have to be only…
technology, English dominates the world as no language ever has, and some linguists are now saying it may never be dethroned as the king of languages.
Others see pitfalls, but the factors they cite only underscore the grip English has on the world: cataclysms like nuclear war or climate change or the eventual perfection of a translation machine that would make a common language unnecessary.
Some insist that linguistic evolution will continue to take its course over the centuries and that English could…
Learning a second language often develop better skills in numeracy and literacy. Learning a second language can help to increase problem solving, divergent thinking and memory skills.
obvious advantage than someone who doesn’t.
At first, every teenager thinks French is boring, but little do they know French would one day come in handy through their life. Being oblivious, learning French helps you understand your own language more. French is a easy topic to learn if you practice…
History of The English Language
Over the course of time, the english language has been molded and shaped by many
different factors. From 55 BC when Julius Caesar invaded Britain, to our time era now, countless
events have lead to the influence of the modern english dialect. Three time periods are
commonly referred to as the major impactors of the language. The first being Old English from
4501100, the second being Middle English from 11001450 and finally the last referred to as
Modern English dating from 1450 to present day…
The history of the English language
The English language has changed in many different ways through time. The English language mainly changed through invasions.
The romans invaded Britain in 55bc ordered by Julius Caesar. Because the romans spoke Latin it grew into the civilization and spread across Britain. Because the romans where so successful at war they conquered many countries so that made the language change in many countries. Only around 200 Latin loanwords are inherited…
March 10, 2013
English language learners are becoming more popular in many of the local school districts in the world today, therefore, it is important for us as educators to know how to accommodate these students’s needs and ensure they are learning all the skills necessary to succeed. Today many schools follow a strict set of standards to ensure that all students are gaining the necessary skills needed to succeed. Let us take a look at the ELL standards…
Zengyang “Mickey” Mi
The Origin of Cultural Power: Language
At the begging of the English language, it was forced to stay undergrounded for almost three hundred years. The original English can be traced back all the way to Germanic language. Some tribal people from Netherlands moved beyond to where they were living to seek a better life, bring the language of original English with them. Before Germanic culture came to us, about five hundreds years ago, the Romance culture had been there…
the history of the English language and the people who spoke it, stretching back to the Roman and Germanic invasions of the British Isles. McCrum connects this lively history with the place of the English language today, as a global language intertwined with the spread of capitalism and Anglo-power. McCrum succeeds as a story-teller, bringing to life the characters and pivots points of history. As such, this book is more interested in telling the story of the English language than it is making an…
The use of different strategies is the key to aiding and finding even more solutions to better aid the student’s academic and social needs, especially when using different strategies to improve the English speaking proficiency in a non-English speaking student or English language learner (ELL). Learning a new language is like an infant learning to talk, but for academic and social reasons, ELLs must learn the pronunciations, meaning and comprehension of words/vocabulary that are introduced…
English as the Official Language
More than 82% of people in the United States understand and fluently speak the English language, but it is still argued today by some that English should not be the official language of America. This everlasting argument has been ongoing for years and allows people to express their own opinions. The majority vote of this topic is that English should indeed be the official language of the United States. Proceeding to claim this language would be beneficial to the…
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
What are Schools’ Responsibilities for Inclusion under the National Curriculum? 2
What is an EAL learner? 3
Inclusion for EAL Learners and How Their Needs are Met 5
Factors that Impact on the Quality of Inclusion within the Classroom 6
The Role of Assessment to Provide a Baseline of Information to Support AFL 7
Access and Engagement Strategies Relevant to…