• LIBRARY AS A CRUTCH TO STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION


    Designation : Library Assistant, Thiruvalluvar University College of Arts and Science, Arakkonam


    Journal Name : Reserach maGma


    Publication Date : 11/10/2017




    Abstract :
    Man differs from animals in the use of written symbols - the alphabets. Learning alphabets is the first step in the education of man. Language is the tool to expression of human personality in words both written and spoken. In those days, one of the vital developments of Independent India has been the reorganization of states on the basis of language. Most of the Indian languages have rich traditions and literature. Every human being has one mother tongue and then an additional language to enhance and estimate themselves. The second language of English learning becomes more pertinent especially in growing Countries like India. For children who have studied in elementary school, English is the basement of their education. Due to disabilities in learning and acquisition students are not able to improve their second language skill. This paper analyses the how Library can support students to improve English language acquisition. Library can provide vocabulary books, translated books, reference materials, reading materials, audio and video materials, online resources and to motivate writing habit. Moreover, they can help to students build background knowledge.


    Keywords :
    Library, Information Centre, English, Second language, Books


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