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Teaching of Oral Language Skills in English for Tribal Students : A Brief Study

Authore(s) : Peter Beligraham Pagolu

Volume : v(9), Issue : 05, July - 2018

Abstract : In a multilingual country like India, contexts such as community, household, and society determine the precedence and preference of each language. Depending on the constraints theyface, speakers of a minority language hold diverse preferences and perspectives. Minority language speakers' perspectives influence their attitudes toward both their mother tongue and the dominant language. Consequently, attitude research focuses primarily on inter- disciplinary topics such as psychology, social psychology, and ethnography, among others. Fundamentally, language attitude research is a sociolinguistic phenomenon that is bilingual and multilingual. The language of golden opportunities is English. It is essential for anyone who wants to create a good carrier. However, we should keep in mind that there is no easy way to acquire effective communication skills, just as there is no easy way to achieve success in life. The process of enhancing and empowering our English communication skills is continuous and ongoing. Almost every aspect of our daily lives revolves around communication. The teaching of the English language and communication  skills to tribal students is a challenge for many teachers in India. In addition, learning English as a foreign or second language  is  a  difficult  task  for  many  students  from  rural  and  tribal  areas.  Effective communication in education is crucial to ensuring that students derive the greatest possible benefit  from   the   teaching-learning  process.  Generally,   it  is  observed   that   certain psychological and sociocultural constraints can lead to a variety of communication barriers. According to previous research, these obstacles are more prevalent in disadvantaged and underprivileged communities of a society than in privileged and wealthy communities. Students  from  tribes  areas  make  up  a  significant  proportion  of  this  marginalised  and disadvantaged group. The purpose of this study is to examine the language anxieties of tribal youth in Telangana's multilingual society.

Keywords :tribal learners, English language learning, oral communication skills, etc.,

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Teaching of Oral Language Skills in English for Tribal Students : A Brief Study

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