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

  1. MOTHER TONGUE – BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION

    Education A. Reasons why the Mother Tongue should be used in primary schools B. Points and ideas about Mother Tongue-based Education III. Target learners of Mother Tongue-based Education IV. Effects of Mother Tongue-based education to students A. Advantages B. Disadvantages V. Conclusion I...

  2. Learning English Autonomy

    process like not improving student’s communication,… This led to the idea that all use of the mother tongue in the language classroom should be avoided (Harmer, 2001:131). In many materials of teaching and learning language, writers have given a lot of good ways to teach and learn speaking...

  3. Pdf, Doc, Docx, Pdf, Wps, Rtf, Odt

    the foreign languages are best learnt when compared and contrast with those of mother tongue. In this method, while teaching the text book the teacher translates every word, phrase from English into the mother tongue of learners. Further, students are required to translate sentences from their...

  4. Defining Bilingual Education

    advantage in adulthood, would seem reason enough for many parents to desire for their child to be a master of two languages or even more. Learning English has become an important topic in education around the world. This is particularly so in countries where English is not considered to be the...

  5. Jordan

    that the best medium for teaching a child is the mother tongue through which children understand better and express themselves freely. The basic position of the 1953 report, which shows that children learn quickly through their first language than an unfamiliar linguistic medium, is supported by...

  6. Ways of Motivating Efl/ Esl Students in the Classroom.

    comfortable to learn certain rules or usages of language from their pears and comrades than from their teacher. Finally, communicative language teaching requires a sense of community and anenvironment of trust and mutual confidence which “pair work” or “Group work” can provide. 2) The seating...

  7. 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...

  8. Mtb-Mle (Chapers 1-3)

    vital to good early education is a mother tongue teaching and development of reading skills to enable students to have strong knowledge in English, Science and Math. Way back in 1950s, UNESCO made the recommendation, base on the experience of many countries that the best medium of instruction with...

  9. The Montessori Method by Maria Montessori

    DR. MONTESSORI GIVING A LESSON IN TOUCHING GEOMETRICAL INSETS [pic] [Title Page] THE MONTESSORI METHOD SCIENTIFIC PEDAGOGY AS APPLIED TO CHILD EDUCATION IN "THE CHILDREN'S HOUSES" WITH ADDITIONS AND REVISIONS BY THE AUTHOR BY MARIA MONTESSORI TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN BY ANNE...

  10. Equal Opportunities

    with the community. Statistically there are approximately 99% of pupils whose mother tongue is not English and 60% of the intake require free school meals. The school provides a range of adult education activities, parent-child workshops, designed to enable parents, (many of whom also do not speak English...

  11. Essay on the Nature and Uses of Language

    to speak holophrases or one-word utterances. Their use of words may not correspond to adult meanings and will often overlap adult meanings (known as overextension errors). For example, a child may call all women “Mommy”. 5) 14-20 months Children can distinguish newly learned ‘words’ and detect...

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

    , inappropriate curricula and lack of adequate school facilities, submersion makes both learning and teaching extremely difficult, particularly when the language of instruction is also foreign to the teacher. Mother tongue-based bilingual programs use the learner’s first language, known as the L1...

  13. Mtb-Mle an Academic Essay

    groups, children who have access to instruction in their mother tongue are more likely to enroll and attend school, while a lack of education in first language is a main reason for children dropping – out (Smits, 2008). In addition to that, significant study in Guatemala shows that grade repetition is...

  14. Traffic Jam

    method, learners listen to the mother tongue more than that to the second/foreign language. Since language learning involves habit formation such students fail to acquire habit of speaking English. Thus, they have to pay a heavy price for being taught through this method. c. Exact translation is not...

  15. Multi Bilingual Education in the Philippines

    cases), especially in developing countries and marginalized populations.[2] 2        Academic gains observed from mother tongue-based education can regress if a child is pulled out of the language before developing mastery in it. A Grade 3 cut-off makes it difficult for the child to adjust to a...

  16. English Language Learning

    to unknown English words with abstract ideas which are easily explained in the mother tongue. This method has been found in useful for a comparative study or understanding the difference of structures of sentences in English and the vernacular. D...

  17. Approaches

    also converse each other in the target language. Advantages of Direct Method One of its positive points is that it promises to teach the language and Not about the language. It is a natural method which teaches language in the same way the mother tongue is acquired. Only the target...

  18. how to save money

    opinion that mother tongues should be used with great caution and only as a last resort as such a crosslingual strategy might cause more damage than benefit due to conceptual differences in grammar (as in tenses) and structures in English. It would not be far-fetched to say that most of our school...

  19. Mother Tongue

    dialect. That is 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...

  20. MTB-MLE in Philippine Education

    better while using their Mother Tongue 6). If a child cannot effectively express his or her thoughts, he or she will end up either questioning his or her surroundings or merely go with the flow (Tubeza, “Local dialects key to global success” A6). Aside from students, the mother tongue-based...

  21. Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education

    . Even with the studies and researches done to prove that having a good foundation of the understanding of the mother- tongue language of the child, there is still a whole lot of questions that rose with regards to parents’ aspirations for their children to learn English as early as Kindergarten since...

  22. MODULE 1

    sounds are processed by the right side of the brain. (A. Cruttenden. Language in infancy & childhood. P7.) The first sounds that a baby produces are the cries at birth, which appear to be, along with other early sounds, purely reflexive. However, by the time the child is only a few weeks old the mother...

  23. 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”...

  24. English Language Learning and Teaching

    (Third All India Educational Survey, NCERT 1975) was 67; the number came down to 41 in 1993 (Sixth All India Educational Survey, NCERT 1995) (cb. Srinivasa Rao 2008).  While the promise of education through / in the mother tongue of the child is made time and again, we notice that with in a period...

  25. 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...

  26. 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...

  27. 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 ...

  28. Inclusive Education

    implementation of Mother Tongue-based Language Education in Philippine basic education classrooms? What are the advantages, challenges and key issues for change of language-in-education-towards the use of Mother Tongue-based Multilingual Education in a multilingual nation? This paper intends to...

  29. 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...

  30. 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...