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Language teaching and worldview in Pakistani schools

Tariq Rahman

Language teaching and worldview in Pakistani schools

by Tariq Rahman

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Published by Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-38).

StatementTariq Rahman.
SeriesWorking paper series -- # 41
ContributionsSustainable Development Policy Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2008/43942 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. ;
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22926677M
LC Control Number2006334584

A lack of funding in some schools and a reliance on older methods of teaching are making it difficult for Pakistani students to learn the English language properly. Monday 27 April 34°c. Ch. 14 explores the teaching of foreign languages that were not included in the Pakistani school system in the past such as French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Turkish, and Hindi. Ch. 15 examines, from a theoretical perspective, language texts and how they shape learners' worldviews.

language in education in Pakistan and who has responded so positively to the work reported here in her book Tyranny of Language in Education (Mustafa ). 5 Last but not least, the British Council in Pakistan, which has maintained its interest in and support for our work on policy on language in education over the last two years.   In teaching a language, it implies attacking the problem from all fronts. Say, for example, there is a lesson on ‘Holidays’ in the text book. The teacher can have a number of language activities connected with the topic such as oral drill, reading, sentence writing, composition, grammar, translation, language exercises etc.

teaching English at higher secondary level in the public schools of Punjab, Pakistan. The study examines the role of textbooks of worldview, and the gravity of influence depends on the teacher that The data were collected from teachers of English language teaching at higher secondary level, from the 23 districts of Punjab, Pakistan. He said just three per cent population of the Pakistani students at the school and college level had access to private schools imparting proper English language while the rest 97pc were at the.


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Language teaching and worldview in Pakistani schools by Tariq Rahman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The available literature on English language teaching in Pakistan largely shows that the English-medium policy does not fit into the sociolinguistic and sociocultural contexts of most children. The way English is taught in schools is also problematic.

In a study investigating English language instruction in the context of Chitral, Nawab () concluded that the teaching of English was not much different from other subjects like Social Studies or History.

Lack of relevant academicCited by: 1. Author of Language and politics in Pakistan, A history of Pakistani literature in English, Language and feminist issues in Pakistan, Language teaching and worldview in Pakistani schools, The teaching of Sindhi and Sindhi ethnicity, University faculty's share in goods and services in Pakistan, The legacy, Language planning and politics in PakistanWritten works: A History Of Pakistani Literature In English.

Communicative language teaching began in Britain in the s. It was used to replace the earlier structural method, called Situational Language Teaching (Orwig, ). The goal of communicative language teaching is to teach real-life communication skills. Students learn with a situation that they may encounter in their real life.

Abstract. English is perceived as a passport to better employment and upward social mobility in Pakistan. In a society characterized by acute class division and intense class consciousness, parents from the lower, lower middle or working strata of society aspire to enroll their children in the English-medium by: 8.

How Pakistani school textbooks mould its students’ skewed worldview. April 4, and the British” is an example of the kind of language used).

The Muslims of the subcontinent are Author: Madiha Afzal. Integrating Culture and Language Teaching: A Study of Pakistani Teachers' Perceptions of Teaching Culture in EFL Classrooms [Muhammad Abdullah Siddique] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Learning a new language involves more than mere acquisition of linguistic and communicative competence. It accompanies increase in learners’ familiarity with target language’s Price: $   What are we teaching in our history books in India and Pakistan -BBCURDU What PAKISTANI people know about INDIA - THE QUIZ | Pakistan on India (ft.

Language: English Location: United States. This is an essential book for anyone interested in the linguistic situation and language policy in Pakistan. It is packed with information, ranging from statistics on numbers of speakers, literacy, use of languages in schools and for other functions and so forth to discussions of the views of Cited by:   A strategy for supportingEnglish language learning and teaching in Pakistan must therefore be principled andsensitive to that have seen that the National Education Policy stipulates that:• a comprehensive school language policy should be developed in consultation with provincial and area governments and other stakeholders• a.

According to Pakistani physicist, Pervez Hoodbhoy, the Islamist revisionism of Pakistan's schools began in when an act of parliament required all government and private schools (except those teaching the British O-levels from Grade 9) to follow a curriculum that includes learning outcomes for the federally approved Grade 5 social studies.

Punjabi is offered as an elective at the Matric level in some schools. There are several reasons why it is not a compulsory subject. The foremost is lack of interest by Punjabis themselves. They are happy with their children learning Urdu.

They ar. This is a report on a consultancy visit to Pakistan in It consists of two main parts and an addendum. The first part describes the context in which English language teaching and learning Author: Hywel Coleman.

Yet, English is the common language, and is the language of business, government, and the medium of instruction in schools. And they have done well. The question here is not what u teach but how u. training programme, equip the schools with the modern instructional technology and provision of language based textbooks.

Keywords: Methods of Teaching, Examination system, English language, Comparison 1. Introduction Education is the only vital mean for nation-building and progress, key for the solution of problems. It unlocks the.

The book, published by Lahore’s Nazeer Sons Educational Publishers, spreads over pages and 28 chapters, comprehensively covering all the aspects of teaching of Urdu, right from pedagogical.

The present author’s book, Language and Politics in Pakistan (), presents an analysis of the role of language in the ethnic movements of Pakistan coming to the conclusion that language becomes an identity symbol under modern conditions when different collectivities compete for power and resources.

The possibility of increased. Language Learning Theories in Pakistani Context: A Review Ghazala Kausar ∗ Abstract This comprehensive paper aims to explore some of the implications of the works of great theorists to work for a conducive environment for teaching and learning English in Pakistani schools.

The theoretical premise for this study is the. Abstract. Textbook is the primary implement of education at the school and pre-university stages of instruction. In Pakistan, it is the only source of imparting education on all levels, because the teacher or lecturer don't teach or lecture but repeat what it contains and the students is encouraged or simply ordered to memorize its contents/5(3).

teaching of English facilitates the acquisition of English Language. What is Pakistani teachers Since teaching has the major role in facilitating the acquisition of English language, teaching English graduates coming out of schools have hardly any command on the language skills.

It has generally. official language. Even it is the language of law and constitution. Many of Pakistani schools, colleges and universities use English as a medium of instruction. English language teaching (ELT) has been an important global activity and a large business and industry for the past five decades or so.may appear.

However, schools seldom have any provisions for the teaching of this subject. Ina book on ethics to be used by minority communities‟ students was produced by the Sindh Textbook Board and subsequently printed by the Punjab Textbook Board, as well. Moreover, it is not now Size: KB.An actual answer would take a long time so I'm just linking to a relevant article: I did study Pakistan studies.