Assimilated Instructors and Language Development
Language is what makes a community, and it is an expression of the values, behaviors, and norms of cultures. There are many benefits when members of a community are socialized in ways to use language effectively and appropriately. When language is understood by members of a community, there are shared interpretations of meaning in interactions and transactions by members of communities. When instructors are aware of the symbolic and contextual nature of language and are assimilated, language development has positive outcomes to student development. When instructors are assimilated to teach language, there is the need to teach a variety of approaches to accommodate the variety of ways students learn.
To facilitate learning in multicultural societies, instructors can use flexible, learner-centered approach for several reasons. Because students are unique, learning processes must incorporate a variety of educational approaches such as role plays, case studies, games, and instruments to accommodate the variety of ways in which students learn. Language should emerge from learners as a result of experiences created to learn. The goals and objectives of language learning can be effective when there is relevance and meaning for what and how students learn, and instruction is most effective when it facilitates learning by focusing on issues and problems that have relevance to language.
Successful language instruction in multicultural societies tends to involve the selection of approaches that work well together and are tailored to the requirements of the language task. The choice of approach for learning a second language involves motivation and a profound effect on instructional approaches as related to choice of orientation. Attitudes and beliefs effect on instructional approaches can be a precursor to language learning. The learning style may also determine the choice of understanding language learning.
Learning strategies of writing and speaking language learning include planning, self-monitoring, and self-evaluation. Effective language instruction and learning involve diagnosing, being able to understand how to influence students to acquire needed skills, adapting, being able to adapt to learning styles and environmental factors, teaching students to put messages in writing, and speaking in a way that the reader or listener can understand and accept is essential. Effective instruction on language learning allows learners to be effective citizens and develop professionally. Therefore, instruction and facilitation in language development is episodic and context based and is important for individuals and for multicultural societies.