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TEACHING STRUCTURE THROUGH GAMES TO THE STUDENTS



TEACHING STRUCTURE THROUGH GAMES TO THE STUDENTS
CHAPTER I 
INTRODUCTION

A.  Background of the Study 
Language is an important device and a very beneficial tool for human being to communicate with other people. By using language, people can talk and understand each other.  They can communicate with other group of people  or nations. A successful communication needs communicative language media (communicative competence) that have rules and norms, which should be carried out in communication. Brown (2000:5) states that language is a system of arbitrary conventionalized vocal, written or gestural symbols that enable members of given community to communicate intelligibly with one another.
Language is systematic and a set of arbitrary symbols. The symbols are primarily vocal, but may also be visual. They have conventionalized meanings to which they refer.  Language is used for communication. It
operates in a speech community or culture. In addition, it is essentially human, although possibly not limited to human. It is acquired by all people in much the same way; both anguage and language learning have universal characteristics.  There are many languages in the world. One of them is English.
English is an International Language, and it is very important nowadays. It is the language of globalization, international communication, commerce and trade. English is a global language, which is spoken by more and more people

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