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Q q endstream Language is at the basis of ideas, thoughts, communication, knowledge, inventions, education, science, technology, and many other countless things. 1 w The teachers, regardless of being affiliated to public or private universities, are neither formally trained nor motivated to engage in professional development. The objective of this study was to explore the positive contributions related to socio-cultural development and socialization of individuals and society at large, due to the prevalence of multilingual education system at elementary level in Pakistan, over which the learners establish their basis for future learning. Q This decision is taken without, any feasibility study or a well-researched and coher, the teaching of English as a subject from grade I and use of English as the medium, of instruction for Science and Mathematics from class IV onwards. The respondents were selected through non-probability sampling technique, subject to their agreement to participate as respondents in the study. Q q Developing English in development contexts, Achieving quality in education for all, irrespective of the medium of education, Balancing language needs and provision for the teaching-learning of English and, Combating linguistically defined social stratification and. The arrival of English language in India had many facets of its influence on society but the linguistic impression has been an everlasting one. <>stream At the same time, the paper highlights the complexities involved in imparting, Education in many countries of the world takes place in multilingual contexts. It is recommended to overcome the drawbacks in future training policies thus to bridge the communication gaps between teachers and students of primary schools. ‘English is the, passport to success and upward social mobility’ and ‘English is the key to national, of official planning and policy meetings; more importantly, these clichés r, perception of many people – both rich and poor – in discussing future life chances, To begin with, it is important to clarify what is meant by ‘development’ and what ar. The target population was 1947 male primary school teachers, of whom 330 was selected. Few teachers engage, in ongoing professional development activities or dialogue with the wider EL, community through membership of teachers’ organisations or by pr. ET Although, the teachers employ several strategies to cope with the challenges, they have an adverse impact on language assessment practices in terms of selective skills and sub skills as well as limited choice of test tasks. <>stream ET 17 0 obj The data shared in this paper indicate that the current National Education Policy, including the Draft National Curriculum 2020, which insists on the use of Urdu or English as the main MOI, has been unable to provide quality and equitable education to children across the country. It also determines the tasks and roles associated with a specific language for effective communication [Olson (2007)]. (Language in India 7 : 12 December 2007)Tj 0 0 0 RG Real play in Singapore, Dorothy Cheung 10. Is English here to stay? q 1 0 0 1 -340.05 26 Tm Since sustenance of regional languages is equally important, this study has educational policies implication and suggestions for classroom practices practice suggests that both teachers and language in education policy makers take practical steps for ensuring maximum use of English in university classrooms. result of the research revealed five types of speech act uttered by the students in EFL Q UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation). BT The first part describes the context in which English language teaching and learning take place in Pakistan, including the demographic, education, language and language in education contexts. 0 0 0 rg I also argue that, because literacy should encourage a sense of greater empowerment on the part of recipients, its acquisition should occur in a local vernacular as opposed to a potentially unfamiliar language of wider communication. Currently, 64% of Pakistan’s population is under the age of 30. Data were collected from students at three public sector universities at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and a public sector university at Islamabad, Pakistan through convenience sampling. They felt that the central gov… 1 w BT Q /XC4 10 Tf BT Practice: A South-Asian Perspective. 1 0 0 1 36 26 Tm The data of this research were <>stream 8 0 obj In J.H.Ballantine, The role of English in individual and societal, Using national languages in education: A challenge to, In Ministry of Finance, Pakistan Economic Survey, The position and status of English in Pakistan. BT 0 0 0 RG <>stream Interested in research on Language Development? q The Centr, was given a building by the university authorities; this was r, project funds. practice of teaching English in varied instructional settings is described. Learners of English language of Pakistan commit different grammatical errors while writing or speaking English language, and these errors create a lot of problems for these learners in order to understand this language completely. The study was delimited to male primary school teachers of the three districts namely Mardan, Peshawar and Swabi. 0 Tr q People of Sindh are liable towards an agricultural based lifestyle. You can read online news articles. 0 0 0 rg Q 0 0 0 rg ET BT On contrary, few studies have been investigating the influence of English as a neutral language in the EU or the role of English as a bridge language that helps avoiding linguistic conflict. Q this discussion is that English language teaching is frequently unsuccessful, that it does not help children in their educational careers and that it may actually be counterproductive. In the cities, only a small part of the, population, the educated elite, use English (or English and an indigenous language), for their everyday communication. endobj The outcomes for these childr, also have acquisition-rich home environments, ar, English compared to those children studying in poorly r, Thus the two kinds of school systems, public and private, are distinguishable by, their quality of standards and learner achievement, particularly in terms of the, their ability to use English for oral and written communication. Thus the teaching of English stays as a liv. ( Akram & Mahmood 6)Tj In contrast, the Higher Education Commission’s English Language T, education institutions in Pakistan. q Three main issues can be identified: the quality of education, the tension between. 0 Tr ET Simple translations may lead to problems of validity and reliability in the Pakistani setting. 0 Tr 0 Tr /XC5 10 Tf ET x��YYo7~�_1o����[}��4m�9�})���N|4v� ���\��J3��u��E��ȏ��XI����@^.������}�7���� t��p���_��X)�U���1Cˇ ET 0 Tr Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. BT %PDF-1.4 for cultural relations and education opportunities. Quantitative and qualitative methods were employed in the present study. According to Section 251 of the Constitution of Pakistan: 1) The National language of Pakistan is Urdu; 2) The English language may be used … q 31 0 obj<> English medium education is widely assumed to be synonymous with high quality, education. q /XC5 10 Tf 1 0 0 1 36 26 Tm 0 Tr 0 0 0 rg Even all the works of great non-English authors found through translations into English. q the sample had one or more publications in the field. 1 0 0 1 229.1 26 Tm /XC2 10 Tf Key informant interviews were carried out to obtain better cultural understanding of difficult concepts. Currently the sixth most populous country in th… T he language can be written using the Devanagri or Arabic script. Q Q Unpublished research report. q /XC5 10 Tf Chabbot and Ramirez (2004) emphasise the central role of international, strongly links development and education for national and individual de, goals. 0 Tr Case studies of organisation of English language teaching in, public-sector universities in Pakistan. In H.Coleman (ed. You can leave comments on an English video. It is not surprising, then, that ther, general sense of dissatisfaction with the current level of English pr, Teachers’ and learners assessment of the curr, language courses highly in terms of meeting their future needs. ET q Q /XC0 10 Tf q BT Q Overall, 3,552 learners in these univ, to a questionnaire that was administered to them on a cohort basis in English, classes that were selected using pre-defined criteria. Many efforts have been made to give it … Hence their use denotes more than just the medium of instruction, through which a person has studied in school or in an institution of higher, education. (Language in India 7 : 12 December 2007)Tj This official rhetoric, of providing ‘equal’ opportunities for learning of English as a potential tool to level, differences among the social classes, without a study of current pro, teachers’ ability to teach English effectively, does not match the o, education policy in Pakistan. ( Akram & Mahmood 4)Tj Donors and recipients, Harvey Smith 17. BT Each of these issues will be discussed briefly in this section. For this purpose, at random, 50 teaching professionals of elementary level were face-to-face interviewed from district Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Vol.1 No.1 October, 2003. 20 0 obj The paper also suggests that there are gaps in the educational abilities of various ethno-linguistic groups in the country and that people from different backgrounds have varied attitudes and desires regarding the medium of instruction (MOI). endobj 0 0 0 rg 1 w The status of English in Malaysia has been in constant debate. ET In this section, I will report the findings of a research study, commissioned by the National Committee on English and funded by the Higher, Education Commission as part of its ELT r. The objectives of the study were two-fold: sample of general and professional universities in Pakistan; and. Dar es Salaam: E. and D. Ltd. and economic development. ET 1 0 0 1 -340.05 26 Tm And in whose language do, As English is now widely recognised as a lingua franca or a ‘world language’, it, seems pertinent to examine the relationship between English and de, report commissioned by the British Council, Coleman (20, in different parts of Asia and Africa since 1993. q English as the language for development in Pakistan: Sustainability of ESP projects: A case study fr, Activity types and patterns of interaction in, Multilingual societies and planned linguistic change: New, irst Language First: Community-Based Literacy Programmes for Minority, Postcoloniality and English: Exploring language policy and, More than just ‘technology’: English language teaching, , the British Council seeks to make a pow. The use of English is wide-spread in Malaysia even though it is not the official language of the country. <>stream The primary school teachers, who successfully completed grade III training English as Medium of Instruction in Khyber Pukhtunkhawa, were the population. 1 w q ET ), Global Issues in Language. The present study was thus planned to analyze the effect of PEELI (Punjab Education and English Language Initiative) training on communication skills of primary school teachers. Forward from Bangalore, Makhan L. Tickoo Section 5: Language and Development William Savage Bibliography Index. The origin of Urdu goes back several centuries, and according to some historians, Urdu has evolved from an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the area around Delhi which absorbed words fr… If you can understand and read English, you’ll be able to access and enjoy many more resources online. A Chinese Initiative, Jane Jackson, Jane Jackson, Terry Piper and Nancy Yildiz Section 4: Responding to the Players 15. The official viewpoint resonates with the current discourse of, promoting education for poverty alleviation, a discourse initiated by de, agencies and also embodied in the Millennium Development Goals. The aims of teaching could not be achieved without better communication between teacher and students. 0 0 0 rg q This analysis of drivers and enablers for the teaching-learning of English in Pakistan, on the one hand, highlights current perceptions about the r, in individual and national development in developing countries. identity and fear of cultural invasion from an erstwhile colonial language. ET were selected through conveniently selected sampling. Indeed, the race for individual prosperity and, economic development at the national level seem to ha. 1 0 0 1 36 26 Tm BT ET It is found that implementation lags far behind the major policy change in 1989 for “democratising” English. Q Education and Development: Perspectives from Post-colonial Countrie, culture: Deconstructing myths about African languages. 1 0 0 1 229.1 26 Tm Ghani, Mamuna. A, between English medium and Urdu medium education in Pakistan would be to, A second step should be to strive for a balance between felt needs and available, provision for the teaching-learning of English based on resear, debate and dialogue should be initiated with the involvement of linguists, policy-, makers, practitioners and the public media on language rights and the relationship, between language and development, with the aim of working towar. This article argues that discussion of the role of English in development fails to recognize the success of narrowly focused community-based projects, in which basic L1 literacy rather than English education is the goal. Linguistic rights, or more specific to this discussion, the right to the choice of language for education is meaningless and turns into, a symbolic act if there is lack of coherence between the language policy and, its implementation plan, as is illustrated by Taylor (2002) thr. This paper describes the strategies adopted for the translation, This paper aims to critically examine the trends, issues and challenges in policy and practice of English language education in Pakistan. This indicates the urgent need for developing r, and high quality English language programmes for learners in public sector. q The study has implications for ESL practitioners and for applied linguistics research in the areas of bilingualism, world Englishes, and language policy in postcolonial countries. Q English, being an international and communities’ language, is enjoying a powerful status of medium of instruc-tion in Pakistan since after the partition. impede the acquisition of knowledge. Siraj, A., Baraki, A. and Altshul, J. q The Indian Constitution also officially approves twenty-two regional languages for official purposes. BT 36 0 obj<>/Rotate 0>> 0 0 0 RG 1 0 0 1 -340.05 26 Tm Health research in Pakistan often requires questionnaires in English language developed in the West to be translated into the local language. Q Jalal (2004:24), a former education minister, argues: When we subscribe to the experts’ view that the economic future of Pakistan, is linked with the expansion of information technology, recognising the need for making the comprehension and use of English as, widespread as possible. repertory in which all linguistic abilities have a place. departments in public sector institutions of higher education. 1 w ), Language and Development: Africa and Be, of the 7th International Language and Development Confer, of Education for All: Selections from Papers Commissioned for the Regional, Consultation for Education for All, Dakar, 27-30 No. BT The respondents of the 1 0 0 1 229.1 26 Tm BT %���� Journal of Research. 1 0 0 1 229.1 26 Tm /XC1 10 Tf q At the beginning of the chapter we noted that Brock-Utne, a leading advocate of, education through indigenous languages in African countries, asks, ‘Education, for all – in whose language?’ She also asks (in the title of a chapter in Brock-Utne, 2000), ‘Whose language and for whose development?’ In this way, the view that English should be used as a medium of instruction particularly in. 0 Tr Second, the, The present study would lead to know the effects of British Council training program on the primary school teachers in Khyber Pukhtunkhawa. q Additionally, that learners will use English in the classroom. Q It was first so recognised and designated in the 1970s and 1980s. Q classroom communication namely directive speech act, representative speech act, endstream In contrast, English as an official language enjoys the status of dominance in all the domains of power like administration, judiciary, military, education and media, and thus viewed as a passport for social and economic mobility, privilege and prestige in Pakistan (Coleman & Capstick, 2012; ... Few researchers have explored the school system in Pakistan (e.g., Alderman et al., 2001;Das et al., 2006; ... Online education providers and teachers have often failed to meet the students' requirements. Two language centers in Indonesia, Nasti M. Reksodiputro and Djasminar Tasman 5. Geneva: CIMERA. Q endobj Quantitative and qualitative methods were employed in the present study. This thematic paper is an attempt to review the arrival and augmentation of English language in Pakistan both before and after its creation. <>stream strategically plan for managing English for All with limited resources? ET There is usually a pr, for teaching English at the undergraduate level. these countries] multilingualism is more a way of life than a problem to be solved. /XC3 10 Tf 0 0 0 RG endobj A comparison of learners’ socio-economic status with their English language scores ... languages/eur op.pdf. 0 Tr Thus, the aspiration of most parents is to pro, medium education for their children to improv, The huge promise of English as a ‘world language’ for economic and personal, development seems to be a major driving force for the younger gener, to learn English in Pakistan. 14 0 obj (Language in India 7 : 12 December 2007)Tj 1 w This volume brings together key writings since the 1992 publication of Linguistic Imperialism - Robert Phillipson's controversial benchmark volume, which triggered a major re-thinking of the English teaching profession by connecting the field to wider political and economic forces. 0 0 0 RG In private schools, while English is ‘officially’ the medium of instruction. Islam as a religion has provided ample status and opportunities to women for establishing themselves as … Language forms the medium of communication through verbal and nonverbal means which help to develop understanding. Different kinds of relationship exist between language and de. 1 w The purpose of this study is to identify learners’ perception learning English via free online resources and traditional learning. 0 0 0 RG /XC1 10 Tf Language planning (also known as language engineering) is a deliberate effort to influence the function, structure or acquisition of languages or language varieties within a speech community. Drawing on qualitative and quantitative data collected between 1996 and 2001 on Mount Kilimanjaro, this longitudinal study of secondary school students' lives after graduation sheds light on the relationship between language and development. universities to enable them to compete with their more fortunate counterparts. <>stream This was stated as a … ( Status & Teaching of English in Pakistan )Tj 38 0 obj<>>> On the other hand, ther. ET BT It is being spoken by half of the population of the world at present. However, Pakistan’s siloed education system does not allow interactions across diverse groups or campuses, leading to intolerance, and in some cases, radicalization. Q Participants' perceptions were recorded via a five-point Likert-type survey questionnaire. BT of the study. Q 1 w q This issue is explored in the following section. q 2005) and the, In public sector schools, English is mainly taught using the grammar-translation, method through Urdu and/or the local language in cr. The objective of the study was to know the effects of the training program on the primary school teachers. Indigenous languages thus become tools that serve to assert ethnic identity and ensure a wider mobilisation. 0 0 0 rg In whose language do we – or are we, – compelled or induced to co-ordinate our behaviour? in English and other languages (including Urdu, the national language of Pakistan). 1 0 0 1 229.1 26 Tm Q 0 0 0 RG An international Labor Organization Project in Cambodia, Graeme Storer 12. TESOL Quarterly. 0 0 0 RG The report concludes with a brief foray into the future and tries to imagine what an ideal language in education policy for Pakistan might look like in the year 2020. Comparative. q <>stream 1 w 0 0 0 rg <>stream Q 4 0 obj 0 0 0 rg The findings reveal hat language teachers come across several challenges in assessment. q ( Status & Teaching of English in Pakistan )Tj Each new government, soon after it assumes power announces its policy of teaching English to the masses, as a way of achieving its democratic ideals of equality of opportunity, decision is politically motivated, it comes as no surprise that implementation efforts, fall short of the supposedly democratic intent of the policy. 1 w Status of Women as enshrined in Islam If we compare the pre-Islamic and post Islamic socio-cultural and political status of women, a gradual increase in their position is well noticeable. and development in Pakistan. 0 0 0 rg English Is the Top Language of the Internet. 0 0 0 rg q q The Relationship of Socioeconomic Status and Length/Medium of English Instruction with Individual Differences and English Proficiency in Pakistan. 0 0 0 RG 2007. In the first stage, a surv, provision for the teaching-learning of English was conducted in a nationwide, sample of public sector universities. ( Akram & Mahmood 5)Tj q It is recommended that all individuals of our society must try learning their mother tongue, their regional languages, along with learning their national language, Urdu, for national connectivity, and learning English or any other main international languages for establishing greater global connectivity, in addition to reaping socio-cultural, political, and economic benefits. local and global needs and the ‘language apartheid’ which Pakistan is experiencing. Multilingualism is espoused as the preferred appr, language policy-making for recognising and celebrating linguistic diversity and, language formula of state, national and international language has once again, Central Asian states such as Kyrgyzstan, of the need for multilingual education, for increased interethnic understanding (Korth and Schulter n.d.). 41 0 obj endstream q endobj (Coleman 20, language in development, where English is view, language as development, with English being taught ‘as an end in itself’, language for development, where ‘English is used as a tool for other domains of, language of development, ‘the discourses that construct the ways in which. 35 0 obj<>>> understanding in Kyrgyzstan. Q The communication and pedagogy are part and parcel of each other as well as the teaching process. (Language in India 7 : 12 December 2007)Tj Q 22 0 obj endobj This implies, of course, that the languages offered in educational institutions should be diversified and. 1 w Q /XC1 10 Tf 0 0 0 rg TELC-net: The Teaching English in Large Classes research & teacher development network, Translation and cultural adaptation of health questionnaires. 10 0 obj These findings underscore the urgency of revising the National Education Policy, providing substantial training and support to current and future staff, and developing a well-researched and clearly articulated policy on the use of language in education. /XC5 10 Tf Universities in Pakistan are also faced with the challenge of achieving internationally. BT q Cracking the code, Mark Henderson, Edward Reis and Alison Spice 9. PEELI training has assisted them in enhancing speaking and writing skills of learners. Q The translation was tested and disputed items discussed in a focus group in a structured manner. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Free online resources are user-friendly technologies which have become available through the Internet in recent years and gaining popularity during Covid-19. ET particularly in rural communities in developing countries (e.g. In this context, a pertinent question asked by Br, ‘Education for all – in whose language?’ Brock-Utne ar, that, ‘The concept “education for all” becomes a completely empty concept if the, linguistic environment of the basic learners is not taken into account’ (2000:1, The complex relationship between language, po. The current study, therefore, is an attempt to gain insight into the reasons of and the resulting consequences of these unsatisfactory assessment practices. Other issues and challenges in implementing the policy of mass literacy in English are also highlighted. Major findings of the study are discussed in the following paragraphs. 0 0 0 rg BT endobj at the time of the study), the Centre pr, state of neglect and deprivation. /XC4 10 Tf 0 0 0 RG Twenty-five international pre-elementary intensive English students took part in this study. <>stream Research r. on English, Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan. 1 w endobj Since learners use smartphones, free online resources are easily accessible. As the demand for, English and the educational provision in sev, similar to those in Pakistan, it is hoped that the study findings and the resultant, policy recommendations will be of benefit to language-in-development work, In Pakistan there has been a lack of systematic analysis, debate and dialogue about, the need for English. 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