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NEED FOR VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND vocabulary strategy at the undergraduate level  

DR. S. CHELLIAH, M.A. PH.D.,

PROFESSOR, HEAD & CHAIRPERSON,

SCHOOL OF ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES &

SCHOOL OF INDIAN LANGUAGES,

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH & COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

MADURAI KAMARAJ UNIVERSITY,

MADURAI – 625 021. (T.N). INDIA.

 

 

Abstract

         

This paper attempts  to project vocabulary as one of the basic components of language proficiency which provides the basis for learners’ performance in other skills like speaking, reading, listening even though the teaching of vocabulary was not popular in the beginning, only with the advent of structuralism, the significance of vocabulary and its importance in learning a language got widely accepted and further examines the importance of the need for vocabulary acquisition and the strategy to be adopted at the undergraduate level in India where English is taught as a second language.

Vocabulary is one of the basic components of language proficiency which provides the basis for learners’ performance in other skills, such as speaking, reading, listening and writing. During the time of traditionalists, Vocabulary learning and teaching were given  not much importance. It was widely assumed that vocabulary learning was not essential as it could develop by itself; therefore, the teaching of vocabulary was not popular. However, with the advent of structurlism, the significance of vocabulary and its importance in learning a language have become more accepted. This paper aims to make a study of the need for vocabulary acquisition and the strategy to be adopted at the undergraduate level in India where English is taught as a second language.

journal of english

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