Significance Language Laboratory
- Listening Skills
- Speaking Skills
- Language skills
- Improve Examination Results
- Move from passive learning to active learning
We live in a multilingual and multicultural world, which is being shrunk to the size of a village by the advancement of science and technology. Good communication skills are indispensable for the success of any professional. Being able to communicate well is the most important factor when seeking a placement in a company or institution. Communication involves one’s ability to listen carefully so as to grasp the meaning and to respond in turn with apt words and clarity of pronunciation. Hence, The four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking have to be practiced.
It is required of any learner to have a good command of the language for communication purposes, with clarity and accuracy being vital for effective and efficient communication.
The significance of the language laboratory has been much felt in the domain of communication. The language laboratory is very useful for assessing students’ speech. It provides students with the technical tools to get the best samples of accent of the language. The electronic devices used in the laboratory will stimulate the eyes and ears of the learner to acquire the language quickly and easily. The laboratory’s collection is designed to assist learners in the acquisition and maintenance of aural comprehension, oral and written proficiency, and cultural awareness.
- Students learn pronunciation, accent, stress and all other aspects of the phonetics of a language.
- Web-content creation, the setting up of in-house news magazines, corporate publicity and identity, and teaching materials can be generated through the language laboratory.
- Students learn General documentation, software documentation and all forms of technical documentation.
Students will get
- Critical thinking and reasoning (e.g. problem solving, analysis, logic, cause/effect)
- Information literacy (e.g. knowledge acquisition, source discernment, Management )
- Collaboration (e.g. synergy, team resourcing, social skills, leadership)
- Self-direction (e.g. adaptability, initiative, personal responsibility, work ethics, self-advocacy)
- Invention (e.g. creativity, innovation, integration of ideas)