Published July 2, 2024 | Version v1
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Exploring the Impact of Language Exposure on Students' English Comprehension


This research investigates the effectiveness of English language exposure in enhancing students' understanding of their English lessons. Drawing upon theories of language acquisition and empirical evidence, the study examines the impact of various factors such as social interaction, technology, media, home environment, and parental involvement on language learning outcomes. The literature review reveals that increased exposure to English language input outside the classroom positively correlates with improved language proficiency among students. Social interaction, including interactions with native speakers and peer discussions, plays a crucial role in language acquisition. Additionally, technology and media provide valuable resources for language practice and cultural immersion. Furthermore, the study highlights the significant influence of the home environment and parental involvement on students' language abilities. Parental engagement in language-related activities such as reading aloud and storytelling contributes significantly to children's language development. Understanding these factors is essential for educators to design effective language teaching approaches that integrate language exposure opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. By leveraging various channels of language exposure, educators can enhance students' language learning outcomes and overall proficiency.


Keywords: English language exposure, language learning, language proficiency, social interaction


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