International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online)

The Educational Perspective of Constructivist Learning Theories with their Implications to Teach English language within Pakistani Context
Ali Siddiqui

Abstract
This paper explores discussion of two language learning theories to highlight pedagogical steps. Number of great educationists, psychologists and instructors, teaching a second language (i.e. English) has promoted to build solid arguments for carrying educational paradigm through a constructivist approach. The study narrowed towards access of a context that visualizes instructional planning and learning of English language within Pakistani public and private sector schools. The educational paradigm selected to validate this study is described through language learning theories of Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky. Their theories have been used to describe different educational issues by creating a code of conduct within field of applied linguistics. These theories have forwarded the basis of viewing difference within event so child‟s cognitive development either through ages to stages or ego-centric talk found amongst the children. Their educational implications are increasing in terms of supportive arguments through teaching of English language with observing of learning phases within children.

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