E-Learning of Foreign Language for the Employees and Majority of Countries Requirements

Authors

  • Muhammad Al Gammal , Najeem Adewale Sharaf , Adel Abdel Fadeel Eid Bleek

Abstract

It is doubtless that migrant workers' diverse cultural and professional backgrounds and
their presence in different sectors make such a group of people a cornerstone of building any
country and maintaining its heritage and land intact. Therefore, the necessitous that one has to do
in this kind of situation is to create an avenue, most especially e-learning, to teach them the
language and culture of the host country. Almost all Eastern and Western countries usually
require a good command of their own language and culture before granting a work permit or
starting work, while the Arab nations seem less concern about its own tongue; foreign employees
are recruited without obliging to learn Arabic. Thus, this study aims to shed light on the
international requirements for learning the host-country’s language and the need for e-learning to
achieve it. The research comprises of introduction about importance of learning the business
language, international requirements for learning the host country’s language and the impact of
achieving it on individual and society. The research concludes by proposing a viable solution to
promoting learning business language among expatriates; such as providing the newcomers with
e-courses that can help them learn the business language and expose them to Arab culture and
heritage. This step will certainly add excellent value to culture, identity, and ideals at the domestic level and builds bridges for communication abroad. It could also open-up career
prospects for professionals in the Arabic language and literature.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Muhammad Al Gammal , Najeem Adewale Sharaf , Adel Abdel Fadeel Eid Bleek. (2020). E-Learning of Foreign Language for the Employees and Majority of Countries Requirements. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8748 - 8756. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2281