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Mother tongue teaching in school and community

GREAT BRITAIN. Department of Education and Science. Her Majesty"s Inspectorate (England)

Mother tongue teaching in school and community

an HMI enquiry in four LEAs.

by GREAT BRITAIN. Department of Education and Science. Her Majesty"s Inspectorate (England)

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English


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Pagination25p.
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL21131317M

Why mother tongue is important with the ethnic minority children who cannot but study in an education system where the medium of instruction and teaching learning materials are in Bangla. the only country in Southeast Asia to have instituted a national policy requiring mother 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, they have primarily been conducted in community rather than national settings. As such, littleFile Size: 1MB.

  A third problem is that mother tongue education tends to lead to rather fixed multilingual education systems, because politicians, policy-makers and teachers often rely on a discourse of ethnolinguistic essentialism in attributing a ‘mother tongue’ to the many cases, however, attribution of a single mother tongue involves at least a simplification of an increasingly. 3 The effect of foreign language learning on the development of mother tongue skills is discussed from a broader perspective in our up-coming book Foreign Language and Mother Tongue to be published by Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ, : Istvan Kecskes, Tunde Papp.

Title: Mother Tongue, by Amy Tan - mother tounge Author: Heather Simon Created Date: 8/1/ PMFile Size: KB. Mother Tongue GRADE ONE Instructional Video Clips Materials, Imus, Cavite. 20K likes. Its all about MOTHER TONGUE Grade One instructional short stories video clip5/5(9).


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Mother tongue teaching in school and community by GREAT BRITAIN. Department of Education and Science. Her Majesty"s Inspectorate (England) Download PDF EPUB FB2

In SE Asia, for example, our EAL specialists regularly invited parents into school for evening workshops, where they outlined research showing how children learn languages, discussed the school’s teaching methodology for language learning, and, most importantly, explained the importance of a strong mother tongue foundation and the vital role.

Why teaching the mother tongue is important. Briefly, by teaching concepts in the mother tongue, students would be exposed to comprehensible input and enabled to develop concepts. The role of mother tongue in second language learning Incomplete first language skills often make learning other languages difficult.

Cummins () emphasizes, the level of development of children's mother File Size: 94KB. Mother tongue based multilingual education can take many forms and each school and each community should determine what works best for them. In general, however, the longer a child is able to learn in and through his or her mother tongue(s) the greater the educational benefits that can be expected.

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. Dr. Richard Nordquist is professor emeritus of rhetoric and English at Georgia Southern University and the author of several university-level grammar and composition textbooks. The term "mother tongue" refers to a person's native language — that is, a language learned from birth.

Also called a first language, dominant language, home language Author: Richard Nordquist. 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. The majority of schools in Haiti teach in French, although only 5% of Haitians are fluent in the language.

mother tongue as the language of mother. Another meaning of mother tongue is the government and the school designated language. André Martinet the French linguist once said that mother tongue is “the language through which one comes to know the world”.

Mother tongue and the motherland are abstract notions so mother tongue is the language File Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mother tongue teaching in school and community.

London: H.M.S.O, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication. One final benefit of teaching children in their mother tongue is reading can help bring families together.

When I was studying in my mother tongue, my illiterate parents took a more active role in my learning than they were able to do after I reached Grade 4 when all lessons were in English.

of the program, in which learners use the strong foundation they have built in their mother tongue to ‘bridge’ or transition to learning a second language (and, if desired, to a third language.) Organization of the manual The Manual is organized into nine chapters.

Chapter One presents an overview of mother tongue-based education programs. Background & Summary of Mother Tongue. Amy Tan is an Asian-American writer whose works focus a lot on relationships between mothers and daughters.

This is because she grew up in a home with her. The Mother Tongue Program is open to all students from Grade 1 to Grade When does the Program take place.

One hour a week after school, Monday from p.m. - p.m. School bus transport is available. Classes are available at a cost according to the size of the group; Class taught by native speakers holding a teaching certification or.

Tips To Hold On To Your Mother Tongue Send your child to school with a dual language name card. Write his/her name in English on one side and your home language on the other. 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. Title: Mother tongue based (mtb) classroom instruction the attitudes and perceptions of school community in, Author: Alexander Decker, Name:.

students are not familiar with the school language and this impacts negatively on their studies (Malone, ); as well as a bridge through the mother tongue (MT) to facilitate learning. International organisations like UNESCO have always promoted mother tongue education which is a powerful way to fight Size: KB.

The Mother Tongue Center was established in Abu Dhabi, UAE in as a specialized center in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers. The center aims at raising the standards of teaching Arabic to a professional academic level. One of the things that make The Mother Tongue Center a unique center is that it is specialized only in teaching Arabic.

Loving the mother tongue In Bangladesh, February is known as the month of the mother language, when months-long programs including memorial services, cultural functions and book fairs pay tribute. Advantages of a Mother tongue based education: 1.

Expand the reach of education. Many rural kids would have their parents and relatives with no knowledge of English. Forcing an English medium education can put them at a significant disadvantage.

Pinnock advocates teaching predominantly in the mother-tongue for at least six years as other language skills are developed in order to “deliver high quality learning outcomes.” In the forward, Nobel Laureate Dr.

Rigoberta Menchú writes, “Many people know what it is like to struggle in school.Mother-tongue education in Hong Kong is the act of teaching in the native language of the pupils in a certain area of country, as opposed to teaching in a foreign subject is especially important in regions where there is a foreign language that is highly prevalent for historical, political or .Initial thoughts: Mother Tongue is based on the Beslan school siege, and the aftermath.

Needless to say, that made it a difficult book to read. Needless to say, that made it a difficult book to read. Knowing that children were killed, thinking about the families left behind, recalling the despairing faces I saw on TV in made it all the /5.