4 edition of Education in mother tongue found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Aliu Babs Fafunwa, Juliet Iyabode Macauley, and J.A. Funnso Sokoya.|
|Contributions||Fafunwa, A. Babs, 1923-, Macauley, Juliet Iyabode., Sokoya, J. A. Funnso.,|
|LC Classifications||LC201.7.N6 E38 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||90226098|
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Children at Bale Primary School enjoy learning new concepts in Giryama, which is their mother tongue while those from Madamani Primary school struggle in learning new concepts through a foreign language so distant from their own mother tongue.
This book proves through an experiment that Mother Tongue is the best medium of instruction in early childhood : Alfred Mtawali Kazungu. subject of language in education.
About mother tongue Orekan () asserted that one learns and continues to perform the functions of “thinking, counting and dreaming” only in one’s primary language (mother tongue). Language is very closely related to the mind because one thinks and normally no one can think.
It emphasizes the psychologicalFile Size: KB. Certainly not this grammar-allergic reviewer, but The Mother Tongue pulls it off admirably. Bill Bryson--a zealot--is the right man for the job. Who else could rhapsodize about "the colorless murmur of the schwa" with a straight face.
It is his unflagging enthusiasm, seeping from between every sentence, that carries the book Cited by: 7. UNESCO has encouraged mother tongue instruction in early childhood and primary education sincemono-lingualism in the official or dominant language is still the norm around the world (Arnold et al as cited in UNESCO, ).
Ask learners to use a remember book which shows vocabulary in English and mother tongue. Teach the learners how to use it by looking, covering, saying and checking. Encourage students to translate new vocabulary and language structures in class and write in the home language in their books.
The role of mother tongue in education Education is a potential instrument for encouraging independent thinking among the learners.
Students should be allowed and encouraged to come up with their own Mother Tongue, a Necessary Step to Intellectual Development., 36 File Size: 94KB. teachers of French as a mother tongue, Béguelin (), and for teachers of English as a mother tongue in New Zealand, Gordon et al ().
In Germany teachers are able to consult booklets setting out the main differences, for some areas of the country, between High German and the local dialect (Ammon ); in Britain the books by Milroy andFile Size: KB.
What is Mother Tongue Education. Mother tongue education refers to any form of schooling that makes use of the language or languages that children are most familiar with.
This is usually the language that children speak at home with their family. The ‘mother tongue’ does not have to be the language spoken by the mother. UNESCO’s recommendation and mother tongue education 70 Mother tongue education, bilingual education and multilingual education 72 Theoretical constructs in support of mother tongue education The importance of mother tongue language in education.
A consequence of the ever-increasing popularity of international schools is the growth in the number of children learning in. MTBMLE is education, formal or non - formal, in which the learner’s mother tongue and additional languages are used in the classroom.
Learners begin their education in the language they understand best - their mother tongue - and develop a strong foundation in their mother language before adding additional Size: 2MB. The main objective of this study was to determine the issues and challenges in teaching mother tongue as a subject in Grades II and III.
Specifically, the study aimed to determine the following: First, identify the issues in teaching Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education in Author: Rosario Pescasiosa Alberto, Sunny Gabinete, Vanessa S. Rañola. Diploma in Junior Primary Education – NQF Level 7 – Grade 0 – 3.
Mother Tongue language structure and use and the development and support of junior-primary learners’ listening, speaking, incidental and preparatory reading and writing competencies.
(4) Examine issues regarding the development of religious identity, values, happiness. Mother tongue education: theory and practice K. Narasimha Rao, Central Institute of Indian Languages Central Institute of Indian Languages, - Native language and education - pages. tongue-based multilingual education (MTB-MLE) in the primary school years.
While studies have long supported the use of mother tongue as the language of instruction, theyFile Size: 1MB. In her paper, she recommends that the teacher use a monolingual teaching-learning process, “Basic education [here] should be in the mother tongue.
Then you’ll just be transferring knowledge through a lingua franca, and then English.”. Mother Tongue Books Books written by children for children & translated from one mother tongue to another.
Many children around the world do not acquire functional literacy skills even if they have had a K-3 education because they are not learning to read in their mother tongue. Mother tongue, written by Amy Tan provides a description of the forms of English languages adapted by different individuals during their migration to the United States of America and their adjustment to the American culture.
The piece has a strong depiction of the Asian American struggles through the adaptation of the English language. NEL Framework for Mother Tongue Languages Aligned to the NEL Framework, the NEL Framework for MTLs articulates a broad set of vision, objectives, guiding principles and learning goals for MTL teaching and learning.
MB MB MB MB NEL Educators' Guide for Mother Tongue Languages. Malone& Malone, Teacher education for mother tongue4based multilingual education 2 communicationandfor life4long learning. For thesereasons, and as seen below,a new approach toteacher education is neededforMTB MLE. This paperpresentsthe rationale and somebasic suggestions for innovativeandeffective teacher education that supports successfulMTB File Size: KB.
new language policy for schools in order to promote mother tongue use, alongside English, in schools and colleges of education. A document called The Language Policy for Schools: and Beyond, was formulated and implemented shortly afterwards.
However, it was not explicitly out-File Size: KB. The use of mother tongue in education has ranged from psychological and pedagogical to human rights-based and to sociocultural context.
This idea on the use of mother tongue leads to the multiple definitions of literacy such as literacy as not simply knows how to read and write a particular script but applying this knowledge for specific.
The Mother Tongue is the story of the evolution of the English language, from its humble beginnings as a Germanic tongue to what it has evolved into over the centuries.
So, Bill Bryson + cheap equals insta-buy for me, apparently. Too bad even Bill Bryson couldn't make this terribly entertaining/5.
my project graduate. Bridging English and Mother Tongue Reading Habits. If a child is already keen on reading in English and/or tends to read books from a particular genre, perhaps insights from children’s reading habits in English can inform efforts to promote reading in mother tongue.
To this end, in Ethiopia, mother tongue education has been in place for the last 15 years or more at least in the majority language group. However, in spite of the effort exerted to maintain quality mother tongue education by all regions involved, there still a critical problem regardingFile Size: KB.
Research has increasingly shown that learning to read in one’s mother tongue early in school helps reduce dropout rates and makes education more engaging, meaningful and enjoyable for children. Children who benefit from mother tongue instruction and learning also perform better in. A staff member serving in a country whose language is different from his mother tongue is entitled to 75% of expenses for his child's tuition in the mother tongue up to a specified maximum amount.
The Mother Tongue Book Project. The Matenwa Community Learning Center, La Gonave, Haiti. Since a school in a remote village on the island of La Gonave, Haiti has been teaching early learners in their native language, Creole.
In this memoir Ian McEwan, brought up in a house with few books, describes how his mother's hesitancy with words influenced his approach to writing I a n M c E w a n Published on Fri 12 Oct The UNESCO reports and studies like Heugh’s have travelled far and wide, with a strong move towards mother tongue multicultural education in South East Asia, China, US, Russia and Northern Europe.
Over 3, books will be available in over 80 languages. Books continue to be developed in many languages, written by local authors. The goal of the Global Digital Library is to expand access to and availability of high-quality mother tongue resources worldwide by providing openly licensed, downloadable materials that allow sharing.
I feel that learning in mother tongue, at least in initial part of child's education is beneficial to child's development. I am saying this from my personal experience. I am from Karnataka province of India.
My mother tongue is Kannada. I stud. Pioneering in the comparison of standard language teaching in Europe, the International Mother tongue Education Network (IMEN) in the last twenty-five years stimulated experts from more than fifteen European countries to participate in a range of research projects in this field of qualitative educational analyses.
The volume "Research on mother tongue education in a comparative international. Get this from a library. Education in mother tongue: the Ife Primary Education Research Project. [A Babs Fafunwa; Juliet Iyabode Macauley; J A Funnso Sokoya; Ife Primary Education Research Project.;].
education, Multilingual education (in L1, L2, L3 etc.) improves thinking skills, creativity and flexibility of the learners L1 helps teachers in identifying what students have learned, Long-term use of relevant learning strategies support students to become multilingual and multiliterate.
(2.) The use of mother tongue (L1) helps learningFile Size: KB. Mother-tongue instruction in early grades can build a strong foundation on which students learn academic concepts and the official language. Research has found early-grade mother-tongue instruction to be highly effective in developed country contexts; emerging evidence indicates it is also promising in developing countries.
Since School Year (SY)the Mother Tongue-Based-Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) began to be implemented in all public schools, specifically in Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3 as part of the K to 12 Basic Education Program. Now, more than one school year after the start of its implementation, what have we learned from this program.
Debate about mother tongue education. Matric results show that learners educated in their mother tongue do better than those educated in a second language says Kallie Kriel, CEO of Afriforum. Kriel has called on parents to put pressure on government to provide mother tongue education.
Since the UNESCO land mark publication in , which underscored the importance of educating children in their mother tongue, books and scholarly papers have been written on the educational significance of the choice of the language of sions, conventions, action plans, and charters have been put in place to promote the use of learners’ first languages in education Cited by: 7.
With a multitude of problems and the diversity of languages, the medium of instruction remains a topic of impassioned debate. Teaching in the mother tongue fuels pride, but English is here to stay. Fostering multilingualism in our schools, however, is far from smooth sailing.
Deepa A > reports.The first cycle of primary education concentrates on functional literacy while the second cycle is preparation for secondary education. In principle, the curriculum aims to link theory with practice in real life and to use a problem-solving approach.
Primary education includes: Languages (mother tongue, Amharic), English, Mathematics.Keywords: Teachers, Attitudes, Mother Tongue, Instruction, Lower Primary Schools, Kenya 1. Introduction The language policy in Kenya embraces a bilingual approach to education where the child’s Mother Tongue (or the language of the catchment area) is used as the medium of instruction in the first three years of primary school,File Size: KB.