Disadvantages Of Mother Tongue Essays and Term Papers

  • 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...

      1024 Words | 3 Pages   First language, Multilingualism, Literacy

  • Mother Tongue

    changes in education such as minimized class schedule, the new subject mother tongue, and the use of mother tongue as medium of instruction in all subjects except in English subject but kept the technical terms in English. Mother tongue used in Mathematics opens hope and opportunities for math teachers...

      23830 Words | 71 Pages   Filipino language, Literacy, Multilingualism, Education

  • Mother Tongue

    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...

      633 Words | 2 Pages   First language

  • 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...

      565 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother Tongue by Amy Tall Kaé Murray-Francis September 2, 2011 Florida Memorial University Recently, in my College Writing II class, I had the opportunity to read, “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan. I enjoyed reading the essay so much that I decided to write my own analysis. “Mother Tongue” is an essay...

      531 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    Mother’s tongue – Amy Tan Introduction: I. My background and how it has not hindered my learning English language. I come from a Jewish Italian parent but it has not affected me or my language as I do have perfect English. I compare my experience similar to Amy Tan and I can definitely correlate...

      641 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    In “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan, Tan explores the connection between one’s language and their identity, she examines not only how language affects the development of ones identity, but also the role it has in the way one is perceived by society. Tan shares a few anecdotes illustrating the role language...

      419 Words | 1 Pages   Perception

  • mothers tongue

    Mother Tongue Amy Tan Amy Tan is an Asian writer who grew up in America and had to over come her difficulties with the English language. She grew up with her mother who didn’t speak proper language she spoke “broken” English. During Amy’s childhood the broken English affected her and made her different...

      538 Words | 3 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...

      435 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    Euihyun Kim SDV 100 - Lola Everett Part 2 Final exam Quote I chose that is more relevant in my life is "I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life...

      414 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    Amy Tan Mother Tongue: In the short story "Mother Tongue" by author Amy Tan, she speaks of her mother's English as "broken English" because her mother came from China and spoke as though she was unintelligent. Growing up Amy knew two languages. When she spoke to her mother she used elementary style...

      283 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Mother tongue

    103515125 李家均 Call 1: Arturo and Jettrin Host: Good morning, world. This Is Millicent McKay in Brussels with today’s worldwide Cultural Literacy Update. If you’re new to the program, here’s the format: In this studio, three people take your phone calls and answer your questions about etiquette in...

      1079 Words | 5 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    Raise. Native. Source. Origin. Protector. These 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...

      621 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...

      1009 Words | 3 Pages   Language education, Education, Teacher, Test (assessment)

  • mother tongue

    MaLiang and His Magical Writing Brush 神笔马良的故事 《神笔马良》是二十世纪五十年代的中国影响最大的儿童文学作品,讲了神笔马良用他的神笔扶贫济困,惩强除恶的故事。。神笔马良是浦江籍童话大师洪汛涛创作的文学形象,马良已经成为中国儿童智慧、勇敢和正义的化身。 There was once a boy called MaLiang. His family was very poor, so poor that he couldn’t afford a writing brush. One day on his way home after herding the...

      782 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    best-selling author and her popular novels The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God’s Wife, and many more. She represents mother-daughter relationships and her heritage. Amy realized that mother was in the room when she was talking about her writing to a group. It made difference on her because she never talked...

      392 Words | 1 Pages   SAT Reasoning Test

  • 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...

      1484 Words | 2 Pages   Progressive education, Waldorf education, Amos Bronson Alcott, Education

  • 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...

      539 Words | 2 Pages   First language, Language

  • Mother Tongue

    In Mother tongue, Amy writes how her mother who couldn't speak well Standard English was treated unfairly in the foreign land. In this essay, she mentions some stories related to her childhood experiences which were happened to them. "... I had plenty of empirical evidence to support me: the fact that...

      387 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Mother Tongue

    money making individual, whereas the mother depends on the father and obliged to respect his interest and rules. Thus, the mother has less writes and limited authority in the family. Limitation of authority leads the children to undermine and disrespect the mother. The other problem of unequal authority...

      491 Words | 2 Pages   Family

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