The importance of the English language in Your Field of Expertise in Meeting The Demands of Global Competitiveness
The English Language has been a tool to bring people of different races, and cultures together. For many hundreds of years as this language has evolved and has sown its influence from continental Europe to the New World by wave of migrants and conquerors. At present, because of the power of influence by the Commonwealth Nations up to these present day, the English language has been used and adopted by almost every nation as a second language. In this world of extreme globalization, cultures and nations has been crisscrossing in almost all corners of the world and they can basically to the very least speak only the most popular language used by millions of people in our world , the English language, to convey their feelings, interests, messages to one another. Speaking of competitiveness, even the curriculum taught by schools has the English language as their primary medium of instruction. Every single country has adopted English to their academics. All fields, from science, history, culture, politics, and philosophy, to name a few, adopted the English language to expand their respective pursuits.
Our experience as an English language teacher and teacher trainer helps us define an effective teacher of English as someone who possesses 5 I’s
A teacher who is imaginative can do wonders in the English class. Their new ideas break monotony and make students take lively participation in the class. Albert Einstein says that imagination is more important than knowledge.
An innovative teacher dares to go off the track in order to be on the track. Students like teacher who are innovative. Innovativeness means
• Introducing changes and new ideas
• Daring to be different and being unique
• Going off the track in order to be on the track
• Experimenting new things
• Being fresh always
A teacher who promotes interaction in the English class does justice to their profession by empowering learners and helping them develop their communication skills. They motivate their students, create opportunities for them to interact with one another through commutainment (communication through entertainment) activities such as roleplays, groups discussions, mock interviews, etc.
Independent thinking is the process of being able to think on your own, without someone else guiding you.
Interdependence is essential for a successful person. Taking students from dependent stage to independent stage and then to interdependent stage is very important. Man is a social animal and interpersonal relationship is the key to success in today’s competitive world. The one who knows how to relate with others can climb up the ladder of success. Those who are interdependent use positive language and win people. They are polite, pleasant, practical, persuasive and powerful.