Language can be defined as the instrument of communication that is used to vocalize the viewpoints of the people. There are many languages that have been developed in the societies. This is found to vary across the different cultures and geographic locations. It has been found that these languages have been construed by man and is considered to be an artificial pathway of communication. Languages and communications are initiated based on the subjective nature and the inter subjectivity existing in the societies. Based on this subjective nature of the situation, languages are constructed. It is based on the collectivistic or shared agenda. In the school environment, the children first learn the phonetics and the meaning of the words. They try and grasp what each individual words stand for and uses the notions of phonology to understand about the people. Next they use the concepts of word patterns and start to construct meaning of the languages and words. This learning of the languages starts from birth of a person.
This is due to innate need for the people to communicate. This language acquisition process starts from the time of birth and around 5 years the children are able to construct complex meanings of the words. From the ages of 2 to 7, children are found to emulate private speech. They engage in conversations to voice their views. This inner speech has been clearly elucidated by Vygotsky. They are able to use language to elucidate views and opinions. Semantic, syntax and pragmatics are the techniques that has used to gain language literacy. Sematic refers to the meaning of the words, syntax refers to how it should be structured and the pragmatics deals with how the language should be presented. Through this process languages are learnt in the societies. In the classroom settings the teachers should understand the language proficiency of the students and enable the people to teach to the student based on their language skills. Right narrative theme should be developed by the teachers.