Programs in Non-Native English Speaking Nations

Programs in Non-Native English Speaking Nations

Programs in Non-Native English Speaking Nations

The essential element of globalization is communications in English. Technology and social science will influence the non-native English speaking nations (non-NESN) through the English communication. These kinds of communications are very important to these countries, because some information will make the non-NESN a great deal progress. In Taiwan, the globalizing policy has been proposed and stressing for a long time. Because Mandarin and some dialects are widely used in daily life, the general English level in Taiwan isn’t as good as that in some native English speaking nations (NESN). From the viewpoints of globalization, the English level in Taiwan should be elevated to approach the level of the NESN. The English teaching effectiveness directly affects the globalizing pace. The school-based curricula (SBC) in the technological and vocational education systems are developed by the Ministry of Education to cope with the rapid changes in the Age of Knowledge-based Economy [1-2]. These curricula are divided into 17 occupational families (OFs) are shown in Appendix [3-4]. This new SBC is going to work in practice in 2005. The 18 year-old students at the moment will work on the 2-year technological and vocational college/university (TVCU) program, and 16 year-old students will work on the 4-year TVCU program. Since they study English at the junior high school (about 12 years old), their English level could not be good enough to handle all globalizing things related to English after they graduate from 2-year or 4-year TVCU program. When they study in SBC, instructors can’t teach them in the same way as those in NESN. English is one of the core courses of the 17 OFs. It is needless to say that English plays the very important role in the Age of Knowledge-based Economy [5]. Therefore, English courses should be systematically designed. The purpose of this study is to systematically design SBC for the students in TVCU programs. After they graduate, they can cooperate with several OFs to communicate with the professionals in NESN smoothly, and speed up the globalizing pace. https://speakinenglish.in/

The essential element of globalization is communications in English. We proposed the spectrum analysis of English vocabulary for the professionals to communicate between NESN and non-NESN. The English curriculum overview of TVCU program is developed from the spectrum in Fig. 1. This method is helpful to the curriculum design of TVCU programs which will be put into practice in 2005. Due to the analysis and the curriculum design, the globalizing pace will be accelerated

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