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CHALLENGES CONFRONTING PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

CHALLENGES CONFRONTING PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background to the Study
Language is primarily a human non-instinctive method of communicating ideas and
desires by means of a system of voluntarily produced symbols through which
thoughts, feelings, ideas and emotions are communicated either in spoken or written
form or through sound signals (Sua & Raman, 2007). Thus, language is the universal
medium for transmitting or conveying common facts including complex thoughts,
ideas and feelings of human beings. Languages are the most authentic means through
which people and communities can retain and safeguard knowledge, wisdom and
their nomenclature passed down by their ancestors.
English language is one of the major language families in the world (Crystal, 1997).
It is the most prestigious and dominant one. English language is the most widely
used language and has received considerable attention from the world due to its
increasing importance for globalization (Crystal, 1997). English language is used worldwide for communication, education and commerce. Crystal further reveals that more than 670 million people use English all over the world.
According to Riaz (2004), in academic circles English is the most taught foreign
language all over the world, and it is the most preferred lingua-franca. Moreover,
English language is the fundamental and powerful tool for achieving highly important purposes like acquiring science and technology, establishing contact with the culture(s) of the target language, pursuing higher education, communicating internationally, conducting international business and gaining better self-confidence and self-esteem (Crystal, 1997)

Statement of the Problem
Nigeria is a mosaic of multi-ethnicity with multi-cultural, multi-religious and multilingual
nation (Gordon, 2005). This entails that Nigeria is inhabited by people with
diverse social, cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds. According to Gordon
(2005) there are 127 different languages spoken by the different 127 ethnic groups.
In Nigeria people of various social and linguistic backgrounds are settled in a
mixed way, sharing the same public service system including schools. In this case,
Itigi schools are the mixture of multilingual learners. Nigeria has adopted the policy
of inclusive education which allows all the learners to be brought into the education
for all (EFA) and inclusive concept which aim to educate all the people regardless of
caste, religion, or culture of the world with at list basic level education by 2015
(UNESCO,1990).

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