Disadvantages Of Education Through Mother Tongue Essays and Term Papers

  • 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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  • K-12

    of Kindergarten and 12 years of basic education (six years of primary education, four years of junior high school and two years of senior high school). Two years were added to our basic education. The government implemented this because of poor quality of education in the Philippines. President Ninoy Aquino...

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  • Multilingual Education

    Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education In the long years of educating children, the school and the curriculum designed to use Filipino and English as a medium of instruction. Although English is a foreign language, we use it to serve as our language especially communicating and expressing ideas...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • methods techniques and approaches of language teaching

    in this form. 2- The teacher taught the rules of second language. 3- The mother tongue is used in class enviornment or the lecture is conducted in mother tounge 4- It emphsizes on translation of target language into mother language 5- It emphasizes on reading comprehnsion question 6- This approach...

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  • K-12 Reaction Paper

    implemented, is still a major issue in the country. Filipino people cannot accept the fact that our education is now prolonged. Some are arguing that K to 12 is not the solution to improve the quality of education; while the others’ concern is to lessen the burden of the parents and children particularly those...

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  • Mother Tongue

    INTRODUCTION “Education is the hope of every person to achieve and succeed in life.” It all starts at home where children’s literacy on language, reading, and writing skills were first learned from their parents and older brothers and sisters. They begin to learn with their first language or dialect...

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  • Technolygy

    industry. Similar to each and every invention, the Internet carries a number of advantages and disadvantages. Nevertheless, the advantages of the Internet are so huge in number that they outperform the disadvantages quite easily. 或者Today, the Internet is used by more than 50% of the world population as its...

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  • 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...

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  • Place of Bilingualism in Nigeria

    linguists concluded that bilingualism had a negative effect on the language capabilities of bilinguals. Bernstein posits, “A bilingual is always at a disadvantage socially and educationally, relative to his monolingual counterpart” (qtd. in Ogunkeye 9). However, most linguists now agree that bilingualism...

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  • Kabanata30

    Education is the key to the long-term problems of the country. If we fix basic education, we fix the long-term problems of the country. And if we fix the country’s problems, we will build a truly strong society.” -Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III Well that is the solution for the education that...

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  • Joint Family System

    NUCLEAR FAMILY SYSTEM V/S JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ ROLE OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM IN SOCIETY ➢ ADVANTAGES OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ DISADVANTAGES OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ FUTURE OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ CONCLUSION ➢ REFERENCES INTRODUCTION A family is a set of human...

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  • Importance of Schooling

    was disadvantaged by not getting the proper education that a school child should have gotten. Without these requirements that learners get from school they cannot extend their knowledge and education, although, some do with great difficulty. The disadvantages Mgqwashu experiences are experienced by many...

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  • Bilingualism

    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 -alism as in “nationalism”. It is the capability of an individual to make alternate (and sometimes mixed) use of two languages. The term used...

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  • Fifty Years of Language Planning for Modern Hindi

    of India 1. ABSTRACT Hindi - according to the 1991 Census of India, is the mother tongue of 233,432,285 persons (22% of the entire Indian population), and is spoken as a language (which includes 47 or so mother tongues cobbled up under it) by 337,272,114 persons (42.22% of the entire Indian population)...

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  • Globalization in Fiji

    influences of globalization on Fiji’s education system and its education delivery. Part two will state some advantages and disadvantages of globalization on the education system. Part three will elaborate on how to control the negative impact of globalization on Fiji’s education system. Eventually, the conclusion...

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  • Approaches

    grammatical sentence patterns. When this method was developed it was thought that the way to acquire the sentence patterns of the second language was through conditioning or helping learners to respond correctly to reinforcement. The Audio-lingual Method is based on the following principles: and listening...

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  • The Direct Method

    they are always analyzing things and, since the Direct Method teaching is inductive, they themselves would prefer this method. Vocabulary is taught through demonstration and association of ideas: meaningful learning (which is better because there is a grater chance it will be remembered). There is little...

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  • Literature Review

    recommend that the use of the mother tongue be extended to as late a stage in education as possible. In particular, pupils should begin their schooling through the medium of the mother tongue because they understand it best and because to begin their school life in the mother tongue will make the break between...

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