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Desire Institute of Foreign Languaes Training

City Light, Surat

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Description of Desire Institute of Foreign Languaes Training, City Light, Surat

Desire vision and the long sequence The DESIRE foreign language standards, like the national foreign language standards, envision a sequence. For decades in SURAT,Gujarat, two years of high school foreign language has been recommended for college-bound students. This recommendation has led to the misconception that two years of high school study is adequate and will result in some degree of proficiency in the language. In other countries, by contrast, language learning is considered essential for all citizens. Foreign language study begins in the primary grades and continues uninterrupted into the secondary level, resulting in a high level of proficiency in the foreign language. Many countries require a second or even a third language before admission into the university. The sequence envisioned by the writing team would help SURAT,Gujarat students develop meaningful, usable language skills and supports SURAT,Gujarat’s efforts to become globally competitive. Recent scientific research on brain development and language learning indicates that children have a natural ability to acquire language (see References). This natural ability diminishes as children approach adolescence. Most SURAT,Gujarat foreign language programs currently miss this opportunity to capitalize on students' natural abilities. There is also evidence that learning another language enhances learning in other disciplines, such as science, reading and math. The benefits to reading and language arts are especially significant, as students develop a concept of languages and how they work. Early foreign language learning also fosters flexible thinking and makes it possible to learn additional languages much more quickly and easily. Foreign languages are for all learners All Ages: The earlier all students begin the process of learning a foreign language, and the longer they remain in a continuing program, the greater the benefit. At the same time, it is never too late to begin. Academic Benefits: Research studies indicate that the very process of studying another language gives all students, regardless of ability level, cognitive benefits that enable them to perform at higher levels in other subjects. Cross-disciplinary: Learning a foreign language enhances communication skills for all learners across the curriculum. It expands not only speaking, writing, reading, and listening skills, but also knowledge of geography, history, math, and other content areas as the entire culture is addressed. Brain connections and pathways are strengthened as foreign language students are exposed to knowledge in multiple disciplines and with a variety of methods. Cultural Acceptance: As foreign language students compare and contrast the target culture and their own, they develop tolerance and acceptance of others in their SURAT, Gujarat community as well as the cultures of the world. Through their cultural connections, they develop a better understanding of who they are and how they can be conscientious global citizens. Life Skills: Foreign language learners also develop other life skills, such as organization and problem-solving, which continue to benefit them throughout their lives. A variety of languages for SURAT, Gujarat Heritage (ancestral) and indigenous (specific to a region) languages are a vital component of foreign language study. The cultures and values of early settlers and later immigrants have made rich contributions to SURAT, Gujarat life, and these elements can be more deeply understood through the study of the languages spoken by these groups. Study of Native Indian languages can help to preserve both the languages and cultures of the Native Indians who make their home in SURAT, Gujarat. Why are foreign languages important for SURAT, Gujarat learners? Now more than ever, foreign language skills are necessary for SURAT, Gujarat for several reasons. Research shows that studying another language improves student performance in other subjects. Foreign language students become more flexible in their thinking and develop improved vocabulary and writing skills, which employers cite as areas of concern. The content of a foreign language curriculum deals with history, geography, music, literature, economics, math and science. Therefore, the study of other cultures and their languages supports the development of an interdisciplinary perspective. The 21st Century offers opportunities to improve SURAT, Gujarat’s economy and to provide our young people with career opportunities in the state, but only if we keep up with the changing world. SURAT, Gujarat must find a way to become a leader in the world economy. If we wish to attract more than low-paying telemarketing and computer help jobs, we must become truly global. That means we need to have a labor pool of people who speak the languages and understand the cultures of other countries. Successful global marketing of our state’s resources depends primarily on our ability to communicate effectively in the language and culture of the prospective buyer. Many Indians believe that it is not necessary to learn other languages because of the assumption that “everyone already speaks English.” This is simply not true and such an attitude perpetuates the image of the “ugly Indian”. Those who travel outside the Surat quickly realize that people in other countries appreciate any attempt on the part of Indians to shoulder some of the communication burden. The SURAT, Gujarat tourism industry would surely benefit from a wider knowledge of foreign languages as tourists from around the world visit sites . -12 vision and the long sequence The Surat, Gujarat foreign language standards, like the national foreign language standards, envision a sequence. For decades in North Dakota, two years of high school foreign language has been recommended for college-bound students. This recommendation has led to the misconception that two years of high school study is adequate and will result in some degree of proficiency in the language. In other countries, by contrast, language learning is considered essential for all citizens. Foreign language study begins in the primary grades and continues uninterrupted into the secondary level, resulting in a high level of proficiency in the foreign language. Many countries require a second or even a third language before admission into the university. The sequence envisioned by the writing team would help Surat,Gujarat students develop meaningful, usable language skills and supports North Dakota’s efforts to become globally competitive. Recent scientific research on brain development and language learning indicates that children have a natural ability to acquire language (see References). This natural ability diminishes as children approach adolescence. Most Surat,Gujarat foreign language programs currently miss this opportunity to capitalize on students' natural abilities. There is also evidence that learning another language enhances learning in other disciplines, such as science, reading and math. The benefits to reading and language arts are especially significant, as students develop a concept of languages and how they work. Early foreign language learning also fosters flexible thinking and makes it possible to learn additional languages much more quickly and easily. Foreign languages are for all learners All Ages: The earlier all students begin the process of learning a foreign language, and the longer they remain in a continuing program, the greater the benefit. At the same time, it is never too late to begin. Academic Benefits: Research studies indicate that the very process of studying another language gives all students, regardless of ability level, cognitive benefits that enable them to perform at higher levels in other subjects. Cross-disciplinary: Learning a foreign language enhances communication skills for all learners across the curriculum. It expands not only speaking, writing, reading, and listening skills, but also knowledge of geography, history, math, and other content areas as the entire culture is addressed. Brain connections and pathways are strengthened as foreign language students are exposed to knowledge in multiple disciplines and with a variety of methods. Cultural Acceptance: As foreign language students compare and contrast the target culture and their own, they develop tolerance and acceptance of others in their Surat,Gujarat community as well as the cultures of the world. Through their cultural connections, they develop a better understanding of who they are and how they can be conscientious global citizens. Life Skills: Foreign language learners also develop other life skills, such as organization and problem-solving, which continue to benefit them throughout their lives. A variety of languages for Surat, Gujarat


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