"Disadvantages Of Education Through Mother Tongue" Essays and Research Papers

  • Disadvantages Of Education Through Mother Tongue

    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 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...

    Education, First language, French language 2419  Words | 7  Pages

  • What are some disadvantages of the mother tongue?

    What are some disadvantages of the mother tongue? This is our 1st language but English is becoming dominant as a global language.The other language may be important for thoir culture & values.English can be used as a language in any part of the world.It is like a universal language. It is the language of science world-wide. English speaking countries have always been at the forefront of science and technology. Air-traffic control and pilots use English wherever and whatever country they fly...

    Education, English language, First language 1024  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education in Philippine Schools Mar 8, 2012 by braincontour Scenario: A Waray-speaking couple from Samar decided to relocate in Cebu for job opportunities. Tagging along with them is their first-grader girl. Deficient of finances, they decided to enroll the kid in a public school. It so happened that the Philippine Department of Education (DepEd) has introduced the Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education (MTB-MLE) program. This is a program that uses your...

    First language, French language, Home language 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • MOTHER TONGUE EDUCATION

    Mercator International Symposium: Europe 2004: A new framework for all languages? The right to mother tongue medium education-the hot potato in human rights instruments Address by Dr. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas in Opening Plenary "As long as we have the language, we have the culture. As long as we have the culture, we can hold on to the land." ------------------------(pg. 1) In an article called "Justice for sale. International law favours market values", Mireille DelmasMarty (2003) discusses the...

    Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Culture, European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages 1067  Words | 3  Pages

  • Language: Linguistics and Mother Tongue

    Books for mother tongue education In 1999, UNESCO decided to launch an International Mother Language Day (IMLD) to be observed throughout the world each year on 21 February. This celebration is designed to promote linguistic diversity and multilingual education, to highlight greater awareness of the importance of mother tongue education. Multilingualism is a source of strength and opportunity for humanity. It embodies our cultural diversity and encourages the exchange of views, the renewal...

    Education, First language, International Mother Language Day 746  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue Based Education

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………………....………………..…….1 SUMMARY……………………………………….……………………………..……..3 CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION………………………………………….…………….5 CHAPTER-2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Education…………………………………………………………………....…….9 2.1.1Education in Pakistan…………………………………..……………………..14 2.1.2 Primary Education....................................................................................15 2.1.3 Debate on medium of instruction.............................................................

    Applied linguistics, Linguistics, Medium of instruction 518  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    [pic] FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LANGUAGES OUMH1203: ENGLISH FOR WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SEMESTER: MAY 2010 COURSE ASSIGNMENT (30%) INSTRUCTIONS 1. The assignment would be evaluated on the basis of the accuracy of the answers given and the credibility of the supporting arguments, data and references. 2. Type your assignment using “Times New Roman”, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing on A4 size paper. 3. Your assignment must be submitted before or by the 4th tutorial OR according...

    Abbreviation, Corruption, First language 917  Words | 4  Pages

  • mother tongue

    implementation of the Mother Tongue Based- Multilingual Education in the Philippines Paul Julian Santiago Osaka University pauljuliansantiago@gmail.com I. Overview: From Bilingual Education Policy to MLE The Philippines saw a big change this year when the Republic Act 10533, also known as the “Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, was signed into law by President Benigno Aquino III last May 15. One of the salient features of this law is the use of the mother tongue (MT) as the language...

    Corazon Aquino, First language, French language 1752  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Essays #1: Rough Draft Language & Power in “Mother Tongue A higher level of sophistication and articulation in one’s speech portrays one as a very well educated person. Such a person’s "language" makes them an admirable individual that can lead people and hold power with ease. In the article “Mother Tongue”, Amy Tan emphasizes the idea that we all speak different languages unconsciously and...

    Amy Tan, English-language films, Power 936  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Rhetorical Analysis of “Mother Tongue” written by Amy Tan “So easy to read”(p.4). Amy Tan ends her essay,Mother Tongue” with this short and even grammatically wrong sentence. She tells us this mother’s brief review is a proof of success of her writing. Why does she think that easiness is an essence of her writing? She suggests answers to this question by her essay. In her essay, Amy Tan effectively convinces her readers that “broken English” is not an inferior language, but just...

    Amy Tan, Anecdote, Asian American 1199  Words | 3  Pages

  • mother tongue

    Mother Tongue Amy Tan uses her mother’s experiences as a sample to represent a type of new immigrants who is always disrespected by locals and have troubles in dealing a lot of things; the reason why this happens is because they cannot speak English well. However, from Tan’s perspective, although non-native speakers should also improve their English if they want to fit in to different cultures, native speaker should respect them and should also help them. Through describing three...

    English language, Foreign language, Language acquisition 1275  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother Tongue The essay I want to write on is Mother Tongue, which is written by Amy Tan. This article recalls me some adversities when the first few days I came to the United States. Amy is an ethnic Chinese writer who was born and living in United States. She was faced with language problem during her life. In this essay, Amy Tan talks about her mother’s broken grammar and the dialogue in English without grammar between her mother and her. But when Amy talks with other people, gives a speech,...

    Essay, Foreign language, Language 1009  Words | 3  Pages

  • mother tongue

    The Benefit of English After I read “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan, “The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, and “Two Ways to Belong in America” by Bharati Mukherjee, I understand that the familiarity with the English language affect the authors a lot. All of those three writers share the same attitude that learning English can affect people’s lives. I totally agree with these three writer’s opinions that English can affect people and I think people who live...

    Dialect, England, English language 1327  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother Tongue” In the essay, “Mother Tongue,” Amy Tan informs the reader of the language barrier matters that she underwent as an Asian American. Various individuals are looked down upon because of their poor english language skills. Tan shared the experience of limitation, intimation, and the family talk that she had in her life. She feels bad for having a limitations, because she was Asian-American. Her mother speaks broken...

    Second language, United Kingdom 435  Words | 3  Pages

  • advantages of mother tongue

    Disadvantages of using the mother tongue However, it is just this kind of tendency that could lead to the development of an excessive dependency on the students’ mother tongue (Harbord, 1992) by both teachers and students. Consequently, students lose confidence in their ability to communicate in English: They may feel that the only way they would understand anything the teacher says is when it has been translated, or they use their mother tongue even when they are perfectly capable of expressing...

    England, English language, French language 762  Words | 3  Pages

  • mother tongue

    Soe Tun English 103 Professor: Lucero Date: 10/17/2014 Mother Tongue For many people, language is not recognized as a form of communication, but as a barrier that limit them to connect with the world. This is a very common problem for people who immigrated to United State from other countries and who grew up under nonnative English-speaking family as a first-generation Asian American. In the article “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan, she tells her personal story of how she overcomes her own language obstacles...

    Communication, English language, Family 1246  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Culture A good portion of Americans today speak English as their first language. However, what makes us different is that it is rare to find two people that speak the exact same English. This is the argument Amy Tan makes in her story “Mother Tongue.” She shares her personal story of the English she speaks, and how much the people you are around can change the way you converse. Born in the United States to immigrant parents from China, Amy Tan failed her mother’s expectations that she...

    Amy Tan, English language, French language 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • “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 quality basic education, language is clearly the key to communication and understanding in the classroom. Many developing countries are characterized by individual as well as societal multilingualism...

    Education, First language, Language acquisition 1967  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mother Tongue 10 20

    Hofman ENC 1101 18 October 2014 Mother TongueMother Tongue” by Amy Tan explains with strong argument the relationship between literacy and the power of the language. In The USA, it common to find people who live for ten or more years with a “broken” or “fracture” English, even if people can communicate is not enough for the society who treated them as ignorant and do not give them the respect that they deserve. The story is mainly focused of Amy Tan and her mother who has been looked down for not...

    English language, Rhetoric, Second language 1467  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mother Tongue-Based Education

    MOTHER TONGUE-BASED EDUCATION With the birth of the K to 12 Program which envisions to produce graduates that are holistically developed Filipinos with 21st Century skills and are prepared for higher education, middle-level skills development, employment and entrepreneurship; the new medium of instruction which is the mother tongue also rise. Language can be learned through formal and informal education. Foreign language is usually learned through formal education while mother tongue or first...

    Education, English language, First language 468  Words | 2  Pages

  • 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. By using it, we are being globally competitive that we can align in other countries. And to show also that we are not behind among the competitive countries worldwide in the field of education. ...

    Filipino people, Language, Language acquisition 1187  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue Essay

    Shukree Abdul-Rashed English 101 Mrs. Rabe September 5, 2012 Mother TongueMother Tongue by Amy Tan is an essay discussing how English-speakers inaccurately associate language with not only words/vocabulary but also educational stature.  “ ‘Mother Tongue’ shows us that rather than becoming accustomed to English, we should recognize and embrace our ‘mother tongue.’ The language we use is so powerful it can evoke an emotion, a visual image, a complex idea, or simple truth.” Amy Tan indicated...

    Amy Tan, Emotion, Essay 922  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    A Brief History of Alternative Education by Ron Miller Why are there "alternative" schools? Our system of public schooling was first organized in the 1830's to provide a common, culturally unifying educational experience for all children, yet from the very beginning, certain groups of educators, parents, and students themselves have declined to participate in this system. Their reasons are various, and the forms of schooling--and nonschooling--that they have chosen instead are equally diverse...

    Alternative education, Charter school, Education 1484  Words | 2  Pages

  • English vs. Mother tongue as a medium of instruction

    I. Introduction Background of the Study Before we discuss the so-called Gullas bill or the proposed act strengthening and enhancing the use of English as a medium of instruction, let's get a backgrounder on the state of education in the Philippines. For every 100 children that start grade one in our country, only 65 will reach Grade 6, the others having dropped out along the way (with 18 of the dropouts occurring between Grade 1 and Grade 2). What this means is that even before these children...

    Educational years, English language, German language 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • [the Importance of the Mother Tongue on Learning Second Language]

    [THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MOTHER TONGUE ON LEARNİNG SECOND LANGUAGE] -THE MOTHER TONGUE AS A VİTAL POINT- The language is the most important tool in human life to survive.We use language in order to inform the people around us of what we feel, what we desire, and understand the world around us. We communicate effectively with our words, gestures, and tone of voice in a multitude of situation. Not only is it a means of communicating thoughts and ideas, but it...

    Culture, First language, Foreign language 1177  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effectivity of Using Mother Tongue in Teaching

    Issues on Mother Tongue as a medium of Instruction These changes in curricular content and focus emanate from the bill’s intention to do away with the bilingual policy and to affirm mother tongue-based multilingual education (MTB-MLE). The bill provides that for kindergarten and from Grades 1-3, the regional or native language of the learners shall be used for instruction, teaching materials and testing. From Grades 4-6, there shall be a language transition plan so that Filipino and English are...

    American Sign Language, Deaf culture, First language 1198  Words | 3  Pages

  • MTB Mother Tongue Based Ed

    include them in syllabi. Mother tongue and students’ academic performance in English language among secondary school students Olanipekun, Shola Sunday1, Atteh, Deborah2, Zaku, James Andokari3, Sarki, Philip Ereson4 gender disparity in language studies and majorly, the effect and relation between mother tongue and students’ academic peformance in English language. Mother Tongue, Students’ Academic Performance, English and Yoruba Language It was discovered that mother tongue had no effect on academic...

    Education, English language, French language 1261  Words | 8  Pages

  • Mother Tongue-Based-Multilingual Education

    Rufino L. Tanio Reaction Paper No. 01 Professor August 19, 2012 Issue # 01 : Mother Tongue - Based - Multilingual Education REACTIONS The Mother Tongue-Based-Multilingual Education is a program which aims to make the children learn faster through easy understanding of the lesson spoken in their native language. Next to the K-12 program, MTB-MLE is a very debatable topic in our education system today. It sounds promising enough considering the fact that the Philippines is a multilingual...

    Education, Filipino language, Learning 381  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mother Tongue - Bill Bryson

    -Mother Tongue – The Story of the English Language Around the planet, English is one of the most commonly used languages. Whether it’s in daily life or in translations, it is a universal language. English has been seen around the world for thousands of years, maybe not as the English we know and speak today, but it is an original form of the language. Major historical events occurred which resulted in the change of English, also creating many varieties of the English language, and how it is used...

    American English, Dialect, England 1036  Words | 3  Pages

  • 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 the child’s own known environment and bridges to the wider world. “Known to unknown” The buildup of higher order thinking skills that will: Transfer to the other languages once Filipino or English has...

    English language, First language, French language 3842  Words | 9  Pages

  • Journal about mother tongue

    Reflection Essay After reading the article “Mother Tongue”, I started interesting in Asian Immigration problem especially Chinese immigrants. The first generations of Chinese and Japanese immigrants were coming to the United States for mining gold, farming and railroad in the early of 19th century. They were followed by Korean and Filipino immigrants who came to work in the sugar cane plantations in Hawaii. Then, the growing numbers of Asian immigrants raise up much faster due to the economic...

    Asian American, Chinese language, English language 858  Words | 3  Pages

  • Influence of Mother Tongue in English

    A lot of people refer to mother tongue ‘influence’ on English, as mother tongue ‘influenza’ and have a good laugh at others’ expense. Of all the influences, the mother tongue influence is the most difficult to get rid of, or so we believe! In my Verbal Ability sessions, I invariably come across people who carry around an inferiority complex, just because they speak English with a mother tongue influence. When I tell them that I come from a vernacular medium school and couldn’t converse in...

    Dialect, English language, Second language 969  Words | 3  Pages

  • Being a Mother Has Advantages and Disadvantages

    Being a Mother has Advantages and Disadvantages Every mother nurtures her child differently. A mother with a child must decide whether she needs to work, or if she needs to stay home with her child. Either decision the mother makes will have affects on the child and husband. Therefore, the decision that is made must work for the family. Being a mother has advantages and disadvantages to both; the mother that stays home and the mother that works. These examples of advantages for staying home...

    Bertolt Brecht, Family, Mother 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother tongue means it is the language first learned by a child or one's native language rather a parent language and passed from one generation to the next. It is the language community of the mother tongue, the language spoken in a region, which enables the process of acculturation, the growing of an individual into a particular system of linguistic perception of the world and participation in the centuries old history of linguistic production. As a student my big perception of this is it’s a big...

    Grammar, Language, Language acquisition 539  Words | 2  Pages

  • Cultural Disadvantages and Compensatory Education

    Cultural Deprivation and Compensatory Education Cultural deprivation theory is not now so significant in theory as it once was, but it still justifies some thought. It begins with the understanding that working class people have a different culture from middle class people. It then notes that working class people do less well in education. Some theorists then make a causative link between the two ideas and suggest that working class people do less well because their culture is somehow inferior....

    Cycle of poverty, Education, Middle class 999  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue by Amy Tan

    Mother Tongue, by Amy Tan I am not a scholar of English or literature. I cannot give you much more than personal opinions on the English language and its variations in this country or others. I am a writer. And by that definition, I am someone who has always loved language. I am fascinated by language in daily life. I spend a great deal of my time thinking about the power of language -- the way it can evoke an emotion, a visual image, a complex idea, or a simple truth. Language is the...

    British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations, England 2566  Words | 7  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Education

    Advantages and disadvantages of online education Introduction It is basically credit-granting courses or education training delivered primarily via the Internet to students at remote locations, including their homes. The Online courses may or may not be delivered synchronously. An online course may need that students and teachers meet once or periodically in a physical setting for lectures, labs, or exams, so long as the time spent in the physical setting does not exceed 25 percent of the...

    Distance education, E-learning, Learning management system 1398  Words | 5  Pages

  • mother tongue

    aims to know how the different elementary schools in La Trinidad on the implementation of Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education Program and if the students perform higher on the assessment after the implementation of Mother Tongue Based-Multi Lingual Education (MTBMLE), compared to the Old Curriculum. The MTBMLE is now on its two years of its implementation. As conceptualized by the Department of Education, the MLE does not mean simply adding a third language to the existing bilingual policy...

    English language, First language, French language 8065  Words | 30  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    moSociety often influences the identity of an individual through different factors, one of which is language. “The power of language can evoke an emotion, a visual image, a complex idea, or a simple truth” (FYR: 84). Language is used daily in our lives, and therefore plays a significant role in shaping our identity. The narrative “Mother Tongue” depicts the variations of the English language, and the nature of talk. Amy Tan also shares the story of her mother’s “broken” English and how this limited...

    English language, Second language, United Kingdom 633  Words | 2  Pages

  • Amy Tan - Mother Tongue

    English 101 Mother Tongue Amy Tan makes a valid point about the use of different Englishes that are spoken in different places and to certain people. What one says may sometimes vary based on the person, situation, or event as well. How one speaks and what they pick up on happens in the home and other people see them differently based on the way they speak. Different languages become difficult to translate as well because there isn’t always a similar word in the translating language. Many people...

    Amy Tan, Christina Aguilera, English language 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hero and Mother Tongue Lessons

    bullied by my peers. Those immature remarks led out loosely caused an abysmal scar within. This gave me the impression that I was inferior. When I turned eleven, the lessons being taught were a code that could not be deciphered. Especially during Mother Tongue lessons, each character that was taught took me seasons to basically know what it meant. Subjacency and uncertainty was what I thought my life was and will be. Then came this day that was out to change my life forever. It was 20 October 2008...

    Hero, Liver 1069  Words | 3  Pages

  • Argumentive Essay on Bilingual Education

     Bilingual Education at the University Level Diego Arredondo Texas A&M International University English 1302 Abstract In this argumentative essay, the pros and cons of bilingual education in universities are both discussed and how it might affect the professor in dealing with non-English students in his class. Then we take a look at the opposing side on why would university students and professors benefit from bilingual education and what opportunities open up...

    Education, First language, French language 940  Words | 6  Pages

  • Amy Tan's Mother Tongue

    After reading Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue”, I realized how many different “Englishes” I have spoken or used, as well as how many I have heard in my life-particularly while in the military. For example, how I speak with authority figures versus friends, and how I speak with my daughter as opposed to “educated” adults. Although the English I speak with friends and coworkers is often filled with slang and swear words, I would never speak like that in many other settings. One of those times is, when...

    American English, British English, Dialect 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • Falling Through the Cracks "Education"

    Falling Through the Cracks One of the greatest challenges in America today is providing quality education for all children. Knowledge should be presented in a reasonable, appropriate manner as a tool to be used by students to build their futures. The acceptance and utilization of this tool is the responsibility of the student; however, the presentation of this body of knowledge too often reflects differences in economic areas of the country. The lack of adequate funding in lower income areas of...

    Brookings Institution, Education, High school 771  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education

    Radhakrishnan committee report The Radhakrishnan Committee had lot to say about the University Education but it reviewed the secondary education in the country as well. It was this commission which remarked that "Secondary Education continues to be the weakest link in our educational machinery and needs urgent reform." It recommended: (i) A twelve year secondary course instead of ten years, (ii) That teachers' lot be improved, (iii) Admission to the university be after intermediate examination...

    Education, Gymnasium, High school 2226  Words | 6  Pages

  • Students Attending Cmi Schools Are of a Disadvantage Compared to Students Attending Emi Schools in Terms of Coping with Tertiary Education.

    Language in education has long been a controversial issue in Hong Kong. Children learn better and achieve better result if they are instructed in their first language. Under ideal circumstances, therefore, there really is no debate. However, sometime we need to make trade-offs between the best theoretical method and the feasibility when we put it in practice. People tend to think that students study in EMI schools is a privilege and superior to those students studying in CMI schools in terms of coping...

    College, Education, High school 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    SIGNIFICANCE OF MOTHER TONGUE It I through that language that we develop our thoughts, shape our experience, explore our customs, structure our community, construct our laws, articulate our values and give expression to our hopes and ideas. Mother Tongue is a common language that is freely and comfortably spoken by adult generation both at home and outside to their successor in a community and reflect one’s culture and ethnic backgrounds. They do this by using the language in a way which is characteristic...

    Cultural assimilation, Culture, Linguistics 545  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mother Tongue Instruction

    Mother tongue instruction Language is used by all as a means of learning, communicating and understanding. As a teacher, one would do their best to accommodate their learners, even if this means to teach in a language that would be best suited to them. As a rainbow nation with eleven official languages, South Africa’s diverse cultures are known throughout the world. Many of the inhabitants are either bilingual or multilingual which may pose problems when it comes to education. The preferred language...

    Education, High school, Knowledge 669  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Education of Teenage Mothers

    babies, how to maintain in today’s society and instilling in them to continuing their education, and why it is important on trying not to make the same mistake twice. It is very important that young teenage girls get educated once they become pregnant. Many teenage girls do not have the knowledge on how to properly take care of a child. In 2004, the infant mortality rate for children born to teen mothers was significant higher than the national infant mortality rate- 9.75 deaths per 1,000...

    Birth control, Childbirth, Condom 989  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    are all words that can be interchanged with the word “mother.” Like anything else all language has an origin. Likewise, language is something that comes from a source but changes, or is raised, over time. Different languages are native to different people and some language is protected over time, whether through books or the human mind. In her work “Mother Tongue,” Amy Tan explores the creation of her language and her mother’s role in it through her literary skills to relate to the reader, like me...

    Asian American, Brain tumor, Cancer 621  Words | 2  Pages

  • Education

    SITUATION ANALYSIS Intoduction Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of others, but may also be autodidactic  Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. A right to education has been created and recognized by some...

    Alternative education, Curriculum, Education 802  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Education System

    Essay on Indian Education System To strengthen the Indian Education System, an educational policy was adopted by the Indian Parliament in 1968. Education was made an important and integral part of the national development efforts. After independence there has been an effort to spread education to all levels of Indian society. Statistics point to the fact that 99 per cent of children in age group 6-11 years have been enrolled in school. However, to bring the remaining into the ambit of universal...

    College, Education, Gymnasium 1429  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    The Importance of Maintaining Mother Tongue Playing an integral part in our society, Canada is known for the multiculturalism that is encouraged within the various types of religions and cultures. Moreover, this has given the citizens of Canada a push for our society to grow as a whole. Canada is a multicultural country in many aspects and with that being said, this also means Canada is populated with a large number of immigrants. This broadens into theories of maintaining first languages to help...

    Canada, English language, First language 663  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mother Tounge Interference in English

    Methods to reduce Mother Tongue Interference (M T I ) in the classroom Introduction: The importance of English language acquisition as a stepping-stone for proficiency in school subjects cannot be over emphasized. The knowledge of English is important both for educational, national and economic development of a country. English is the official language of administration and commerce and also a major language of science. It should be further highlighted at the need for improving the quality of...

    English language, Foreign language, Language 1558  Words | 6  Pages

  • Self Realization Through Education

    Self-Realization through Education Over the past 32 years of my life, I have been both directly and indirectly impacted by numerous social institutions. Without question, education has been the most influential by creating a positive change in my life. There are many benefits to pursuing an education. First, embarking on a rewarding career path has its own rewards such as a generous salary and social prestige. In addition, an individual’s relationships within the institutions of family and...

    Abraham Maslow, Education, Higher education 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    December 6, 2012 “Mother Tongue” In the short autobiography narrative “Mother Tongue” written by Amy Tan she discusses the reasons why she was passionate on becoming a writer. It is no surprise, that her vision in the work of fiction it is outstanding throughout her struggles with the English language as a Chinese young girl born in an immigrant family. She faced many obstacles of the culture of the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s. However, she never gave up on the dream of being a writer and defeat...

    Amy Tan, English language, Fiction 565  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Literary Analysis on “Mother Tongue” By Demetria Martinez

    A Literary Analysis on “Mother Tongue” By Demetria Martinez “His nation chewed him up and spat him out like a pinon shell, and when he emerged from an airplane one late afternoon, I knew I would one day make love with him” (Martinez, 3). And so it starts, the story of a nineteen year old Mexican- American girl named Mary (Maria; as he only chooses to call her), who helps out and eventually falls in love with Jose Luis Alegria, a Salvadoran refugee. Martínez's story of María is told...

    Domestic violence, El Salvador, Love 2498  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tongue the Tongue

    Karim, saad THE TONGUE THE TONGUE is one of the important parts of your body THE TONGUE is a muscle; the tongue is really made up of many groups of muscles. (They’re the strongest muscles in your body) These muscles run in different directions.  The most flexible part in the tongue is the front part and working a lot, working with the teeth to create different types of words. This part also helps you eat by helping to move food around your mouth while you chew. Your tongue pushes the food...

    Filiform papilla, Fungiform papilla, Gustatory system 641  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education Through Experience

    Education Through Experience How does one learn? Is learning part of the modern day media induced generation? Do we learn by flipping through television channels and reading magazine articles? Or does learning run deeper than that? In today’s world we would like to believe that by turning on the Discovery channel or actually finishing a Harry Potter novel we have learned it all. We justify our media obsession by saying how much we are learning when we stay “glued to the tube” or nose deep in the...

    Communication, Education, Educational psychology 1054  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language and Mother Tongue

    Research Journal of Educational Sciences ______________________________________________ISSN 2321-0508 Vol. 2(2), 1-6, May (2014) Res. J. Educational Sci. English and Medium of Instruction: Dalit Discourse in Indian Education Dhanaraju Vulli Department of History, Assam University (Central University), Diphu Campus, Assam, INDIA Available online at: www.isca.in, www.isca.me Received 8th April 2014, revised 18th April 2014, accepted 30th April 2014 Abstract There are two types of school...

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