60 Free Essays on Advantages Of Teaching Mother Tongue To A Child

  1. MOTHER TONGUE – BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION

    TOPIC: MOTHER TONGUE – BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION THESIS STATEMENT With all the students having a difficulty in coping with their lessons, Mother tongue-based multilingual education may be helpful or not in solving this problem. OUTLINE I. Introduction II. Purpose of Mother Tongue-based Education ...

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    method of teaching in India. It is as old as the international of English in the country. A number of methods and techniques have been evolved for the teaching of English and also other foreign languages in the recent past, yet this method is still in use in many part of India. It maintains the mother tongue...

  3. “the Importance of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling for Educational Quality”

    “The Importance of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling for Educational Quality” SOURCE: Commissioned study for EFA Global Monitoring Report 2005 Carol Benson, Ph.D. Centre for Research on Bilingualism Stockholm University 14 April 2004 Part A: Overview While there are many factors involved in delivering...

  4. Learning English Autonomy

    proposal report, I will study about the use of mother tongue in teaching and learning English. I will survey teachers and students’ ideas about this topic and withdraw the conclusions. The main findings are that the assistance and interference of mother tongue (Vietnamese) in English class. This study is...

  5. Defining Bilingual Education

    that the child that has mastered two languages has a linguistic advantage over the monolinguistic child.” (McLaughlin, 1984, p. 214). To turn this childhood linguistic advantage, into a business or social advantage in adulthood, would seem reason enough for many parents to desire for their child to be a...

  6. Decreasing Parenting Difficulties of First Nations Who Attended Residential Schools Through Parent Training Program

    people have experienced many trials and tribulations as a community, but none is as profoundly negative than the affects residential schools had on Child-rearing patterns. Separation of the children from their families, a loss of language and the use of punitive disciplines in residential schools have...

  7. Bilingualism

    wherein a child was taught his/her first language or L1 at home while his/her second language or L2 was acquired when the child started to go to school which the English language probably is the medium for teaching them. Bilingualism came from the Latin words bi means “two”, lingua as “tongue” and...

  8. Suggestions for Beautifying the Pronunciation of Efl Learners in Higher Education

    language and for that reason foreign language learners should have correct and accurate pronunciation. It summarizes the background of pronunciation teaching, emphasizes the need for incorporating pronunciation into foreign language classes owing to regarding pronunciation as a key to gaining full communicative...

  9. Inclusive Education

    love The tongue to them by heaven sent, They’ll surely yearn for liberty Like a bird above in the firmament. Because by its language one can judge A town, a barrio, and kingdom; And like any other created thing Every human being loves his freedom. ONE who does not love his native tongue, Is worse...

  10. Mother Tongue

    why a child I likely to succeed academically and is able to learn more through their native language. K+12 curriculum’s first year of implementation S.Y. 201-2013 brought many changes in education such as minimized class schedule, the new subject mother tongue, and the use of mother tongue as medium...

  11. Rational Model

    the major differences between two models and give an example of each method from Hong Kong or other places. At last, we are going to talk about the advantages and shortcomings of each of these methods. 2) Brief Description of “branch” method (Evolution) Another name: successive limited comparisons ...

  12. MTB-MLE in Philippine Education

    to connect to our country and the mother tongue to connect with our heritage.’” (Gunigundo A9) How are these attitudes imbibed by today’s Filipino youth? This is where Mother tongue-based learning comes in. Mother tongue-based learning, also known as Mother Tongue Based-Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE)...

  13. Traffic Jam

    THE GRAMMAR TRANSLATION METHOD CREATED BY Disa PermataSari (1006102050053) Husnidawati (1006102050064) Rizka Mumtiza (1006102050051) CLASS Teaching Method Non-Regular (Regular 2) The Grammar Translation Method (GTM) CHAPTER I BACKGROUND A. Introduction GTM is not a new thing in language...

  14. Mtb-Mle (Chapers 1-3)

    It is understood that the quality of educational system, the educational program, and effectiveness of any teaching is gauged by the input, the way the teacher performs, the process of teaching, the output and the quality of pupils achievement. Leysa further revealed that taking these into consideration...

  15. methodology

    Teaching Methodologies and Approaches The Grammar-Translation Approach •Used historically in teaching Greek and Latin. •Not so well suited to teaching modern languages. •Classes are taught in the students' mother tongue •Vocabulary is taught in the form of word lists. •Elaborate explanations of...

  16. Using L1 in the English classroom-

    Project topic: Effectiveness of L1 as a useful language teaching apparatus at the primary level. Design an observation sheet (mention at least ten reasons for the use of L1) to observe for English language teachers, teaching any language skill to the students. Analyze the data qualitatively...

  17. MODULE 1

    of language? What was the bias of listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, translation, literature, pronunciation teaching? What kinds of texts and other materials or teaching aids were used? What about teacher´s personality? How efficient was your learning? Which language varieties did you master...

  18. Music in Early Childhood

    *Developmentally Appropriate Programs ABSTRACT This paper emphasizes the importance of music as an integral part of the education of the young child, and draws attention to a few ways in which parents and teachers can contribute to children's musical development. Sections of the paper focus on ...

  19. Grammar Games in Teaching English

    1 The advantages of using games 2.1.2 The adequacy in using games 2.1.3 Learning grammar through games III. Conclusion IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY I. Introduction 1.1 General characteristics of the work The theme of my qualification work sounds as following: “Grammar Games - Motivation in Teaching English”...

  20. English Language Learning and Teaching

    language learning takes place), learner profiles and the contexts in which learning takes place, and the recent developments in language learning-teaching. Most states refuse to move beyond the good old structural approach of the 1950s and the 60s, while they stress for communication skills to help the...

  21. Education system in India

    Grants Commission is an authority which dispenses grants to the universities. But its formal sanction is not necessary to open a university. Taking advantage of this provision many State governments in India have opened a large number of universities in recent years. The tremendous increase in the number...

  22. Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education

    Salient Features on Mother Tongue Based- Multi Lingual Education Language Development A strong educational foundation in the first language Successful bridging to one or more additional languages Enabling the use of both/ all languages for life- long learning Cognitive Development Is based in...

  23. Jordan

    Mother Tongue Usage in Learning: An Examination of Language Preferences in Zimbabwe by Gamuchirai Tsitsi Ndamba Great Zimbabwe University gtndamba@yahoo.co.uk Abstract This paper is based on findings from a study conducted to examine children and parents’ language preferences in view of the...

  24. Multi Bilingual Education in the Philippines

    delighted by the provision for mother tongue education found in Sec. 9: SEC. 9. Medium of Instruction. - The mother tongue of the learner also known as the first language (FL), home language, native language or vernacular shall be the primary medium of instruction for teaching and learning from the kindergarten...

  25. Children Are Better Learners of Second Languages Than Adults

    certainly will master a foreign language successfully. This is because children have more advantages than adults. They can learn faster than adults, and the level of foreign language may be close to their mother-tongue level ultimately. Firstly, there are some reasons that younger learners can handle...

  26. Mtb-Mle an Academic Essay

    Mother Tongue Based – Multilingual Education can save the critical state of Philippine Education System By Jacquline Ann Amar Aizel Castro Kimberly Gellangarin Clarice Federizo Genevieve Serilo Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in Social Studies and Filipino (1 – D) West Visayas State University...

  27. Religious Paper

    family. Mother introduced me to God as a young child. I was saved and baptize at the age of 10 at a Baptist church in New Orleans, La. I have been a faithful believer and follower of Jesus Christ even as a child. I came from a family of preachers and ordained ministers who taught me the teachings and the...

  28. how to save money

    before they begin to read and write in English. This is the natural order through which the child learns the mother tongue at home. This, obviously, is not possible in our schools as English is not our mother tongue and we do not have an English-speaking community. So, unfortunately, we learn the other...

  29. Critique of Krashen Ii - the Natural Order Hypothesis

    • 2. No claims are made about ordering relations for morphemes in the same box. • 3. Many of the relationships posited here also hold for child first language. [pic] Some of the morphemes have the same rank order as for first language acquisition, but some do not. In general the bound morphemes...

  30. Essay on the Nature and Uses of Language

    sentences because they “know” the rules. 6) Primarily speech and complex Language is primarily speech and secondarily writing. Modern English teaching reflects the primacy of speech. The rules of language are not easily stated in any grammar book hence language is clearly complex. There is no complete...