বৃহস্পতিবার, এপ্রিল ১৫, ২০২১
জাতীয় ডেস্ক
১২ আগস্ট ২০২০
৩:০৪ অপরাহ্ণ
The Importance of Language in Modern Life
The Importance of Language in Modern Life

১২ আগস্ট ২০২০ ৩:০৪ অপরাহ্ণ

There is no denying the very fact that languages are an integral part of the cultural richness of our society and therefore the world during which we attempt to lead our lives controlled and cleanly. it's significant that learning languages contribute to mutual affection, a way of worldwide citizenship, and private commitment. Students learn to understand different countries cultures, communities, and other people. By making comparisons, they gain insight into their own culture and society. the power to know and communicate in another language may be a lifelong skill for education, employment, and technology during this country and throughout the planet. Learning languages fascinate opportunities to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and to precise themselves with increasing confidence, independence, and creativity. They explore the similarities and differences between other languages and English and find out how language is often manipulated and applied in several ways. The developments of communication skills alongside an understanding of the structure of language laid the foundations for future study of other languages and support the event of literacy skills during a pupil's own language.

In employing a theme supported educational and cultural affairs, there exist three themes in Germany and France which are specified as environment, media, and advertising. additionally, pupils in England studying health in English, French-speaking countries and Impressionism in French, and therefore the geography and history of Berlin in German. The themes and objectives concerning grammar, cross-curricular learning, and cultural understanding are defined for every theme and reference grammar sheets and lists of topic-specific vocabulary created. St Marylebone School in London places a robust emphasis on the appreciation of cultural diversity and therefore the languages departments consider the introduction of intercultural understanding as a key concept within the revised program of study to be the right opportunity for a year 9 pupils to research the culture of their target language country France or Germany. this is able to happen through culturally specific topics, as year 9 is an 'enrichment year' where learning is thematic following completion of key stage 3 in two years within the unit on Impressionism, pupils were introduced to the movement and shown Impressionist paintings. They were asked to suggest possible titles in English and to match the particular French titles with the paintings, alongside more descriptive French phrases for every one of the paintings. Pupils then chose an Impressionist artist and were asked to organize a presentation in French on this artist for his or her final assessments, using presentational software or other ICT. They spent one art lesson reproducing an image by their chosen artist and were also given the chance to go to the Courtauld Institute to ascertain the first paintings.

The word 'nationalism' comes down from the heritage, culture, and tradition of a specific country which indicates uniformity in respect of 1 faith that's the language conventionally uttered from a toddler which is his actual identity. Nationalism is such which vividly gives a lover within the sense in what language he expresses the mode of his explicit desire on what he wants or what he would really like to try to to. So our heritage is expressed as a token of ideal acquaintance as the Bengali Language with which we survive on full faith of livelihood and intrinsically every elegiac influence cares in achieving the popularity of today within the world. we will think our own belief that we are created equally in respect of expressing our own tradition, culture, and religion which is bedded on our soil, grass, plants, creeper, and our dwelling place. We cannot think even for a flash that a boy is treated more or less like a terrorist or miscreant or he's excommunicated at an immature stage. If we lose our faith in our own nationalism, we'd like to be responsible to create him or her who can give his identity as the Bengali nation. to talk the reality, the 21st February, as a logo of blaze illumination is our rectitude that our survival as the Bengali nation has been reflected throughout the entire world.

Over the course of the teachings, through research, reading tasks and a mock interview with an artist from the amount, pupils became increasingly intimate Impressionism. 'They developed confidence in describing visual images in French', commented one teacher, 'and began to precise their opinions - albeit at an easy level - about paintings.' Pupils' language work covered, especially, adjectives, question words, and therefore the 'passé compose'. Pupils' final presentations were assessed by both the MFL and art departments. To finish, pupils completed a worksheet in French. This consolidated everything covered during the subject and gave pupils the chance to reflect on what that they had learned.

In using the theme of societal concept

Staff believes the shift of emphasis had a positive impact on pupils' learning. One French teacher noted, 'The focus of learning switched and language became a real vehicle for communication. Pupils strove to precise themselves effectively on a variety of important issues instead of trying to use language structures so as to demonstrate their ability.' Pupils enjoyed using language to speak about 'genuine' issues and themes. There are variety of key concepts that underpin the study of languages. Pupils got to understand these concepts so as to deepen and broaden their knowledge, skills, and understanding.

1.1 Linguistic competence: this is often important to find out moral and ethical values in life.

a. It aims at developing the talents of listening, speaking, reading, and writing during a range of situations and contexts.

b. It also envisages in applying linguistic knowledge and skills to know and communicate effectively.

1.2 Knowledge about language

a. It indicates Understanding how a language works and the way to control it.

b. It shows recognizing that languages differ but may share common grammatical, syntactical or lexical features.

1.3 Creativity and Modern Technology:

Language is indispensable for learning the varied techniques of recent technology within the field of Economics, Commerce, and Science as a tentative flow.

a. It actuates in using the familiar language for brand spanking new purposes and in new contexts.

b. It recoups in using imagination to precise thoughts, ideas, experiences, and feelings.

1.4 Intercultural understanding

Language exposes every people and their community of faith, tradition, and heritage to measure with society, friendship, and love.

a. Appreciating the richness and variety of other cultures.

b. Recognizing that there are alternative ways of seeing the planet, and developing a world outlook.

Aims, values and purposes

Education both influences and reflects the values of our society, and therefore the quite society we would like to be. it's therefore important to acknowledge a group of common aims, values and purposes that underpin the varsity curriculum and therefore the work of faculties .


Three statutory curriculums aim that children become successful, confident and responsible people.


The curriculum reflects values in our society and these underpin the work that schools do.


The statutory curriculum should establish an entitlement for all children and promote high standards.

The purposes of getting a statutory curriculum are:

• to determine an entitlement for all children, no matter social background, culture, race, gender, differences in ability and disabilities, to develop and apply the knowledge, skills and understanding which will help them become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens

• to determine national standards for children's performance which will be shared with children, parents, teachers, governors and therefore the public

• to market continuity and coherence, allowing children to maneuver smoothly between schools and phases of education and providing a foundation for lifelong learning

• to market public understanding, building confidence within the work of faculties and within the quality of compulsory education.

In particular, the curriculum should:

• promote high standards, particularly in literacy, innumeracy and ICT capability

• provide continued entitlement from early years to a coherent, broad and balanced curriculum

• instill in children a positive disposition to find outing and a commitment to learn

• promote and expire essential knowledge, skills and understanding valued by society to subsequent generation

• be relevant to children and prepare them for the here and now, for the subsequent phase of their education, and for his or her future

• widen horizons and lift aspirations about the planet of labor and further and better education

• make children more conscious of , and engaged with, their local, national and international communities

• help children recognize that private development is important to wellbeing and success.

There is no denying the very fact that there are some events within the past history of Bangladesh which play an important role to spot as a nation of separate entity bedded on heroic deeds of Bengali nationalism. it's the magnificence news of the peoples of the whole world that the important heroes of freedom have laid down their lives for the sake of the vanity of maternal language which is the outstanding insight of languages of the planet . The blood-shed history for the dignity of maternal language is that the first and foremost event in Bangladesh which must be memorized decades after decades. We express our gratitude for his or her treasured contribution of the Bengali language when on earth predominantly the 21st February is administered as a world maternal language day annually with honor and high stature. The 21st February may be a day within the history of our maternal language which is additionally a really remarkable day within the sense that we've been ready to establish our maternal language as our state language. it's our glory and brainwave that we've realized sovereignty from the movement of today . We believe that we couldn't accomplish our freedom if 21st February wasn't embryonic in 1952. thanks to the movement of today, we've shown our demonstration against the rulers of the then Pakistan and a such suffice it to mention that the 21st February, as a logo of blaze elucidation is our rectitude that our survival as the Bengali nation has been point toward through out the entire world. during this day some young persons of our country have volunteered to make resistance against the conspiracy of our maternal language . they need stepped up the movement by degrees and being uncontroversial, the then rulers have marched into them and in due course that they had shot them dead. this is often such a faction where our heroes have laid down their lives for the explanation for prominent deportment of our maternal language. within the entire world, such incomparable movement has never been taken place within the whole world.

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