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Teaching monolingual vs multi-lingual groupsEnglish has become the global language, and there is no doubt that many find that learning english is a necessity to succeed in the future. english language learners are everywhere, and teaching approaches vary to cater to these students. In countries where english is the native language, it is common to find classes in which students come from a variety of countries and do not share languages with others. These students make up multilingual groups. Monolingual groups are found in their own home country, thus they speak the same language. Teaching approaches between monolingual and multilingual classes vary due to differences in motivation. Careful selection of activities is required to provide effective lessons for each type of group. Monolingual Classes Generally, intrinsic motivation for learning english in monolingual groups is low. Since these students are typically found in countries whose educational system mandate english classes, they do not