• Down Syndrome
    feeding problems. Normally, at the time of conception a baby inherits genetic information from its parents in the form of 46 chromosomes: 23 from the mother and 23 from the father. In most cases of Down syndrome, however, a child gets an extra chromosome - for a total of 47 chromosomes instead of 46. It's...
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  • English as a Global Language
    There have been many different opinions expressed by academic linguistics as to weather the spread of one dominant language is an advantage or a disadvantage. Thus, this paper will present some of the main positive and negative aspects of English as a global language. The term global language introduced...
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  • Essay
    they are using. In Mother Tongue by Amy Tan “some say they understand 80 to 90 percent. Some say they understand none of it, as if she were speaking pure Chinese. But to me my mother English is perfectly clear, perfectly natural” (Tan 143). In other words, Du Zong understands his mother accents purely then...
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  • Dsdsds
    CHERRY ANN CHINALPAN, ANGELA SOTELO, SARAH JANE TAN, BRYAN UNOS, JOANE INTERVIEW: K - 12 DEP. ED. - Teresita D. Mayam Disadvantage(s): * Additional expenses in the part of the parents Advantage(s): - Graduates of this curriculum can be competitive globally ...
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  • K-12 Reaction Paper
    implementation of Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTBMLE) in which the first language will be the medium of instruction from Kinder up to Grade 3. I am certain that this MTBMLE is also beneficial. Studies show that students learn better when taught in their native language than in a foreign tongue. Through...
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  • Advantage and Disadvantage to Study Overseas
    can be risky, at the same time safe and useful. After studying a long time in their country, most of the time teenagers start to think of the disadvantages of their own county comparing to the other countries which they like. Up to a certain extent it can be true. Because in order to be a qualified...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Review
    and wonderful musical quality. It is music itself. Research Questions: 1. What are advantages of foreign language? 2. What are the disadvantages of knowing a foreign language? Literature Review Advantages of foreign language: Eva (2001) stated that “Other skills are more important to...
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  • 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...
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  • A Global Language - Short Essay
    behind in all this has no option but to learn it and eventually English speakers in the coming years will increase extremely. This in itself will disadvantage the native English speakers as they will be outnumbered by the non-native English speakers. They will be the only ones speaking one language as...
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  • Content Language Integrated Learning Essay
    important issue to be considered is the fact that it is still unknown how well a student can transfer knowledge from a second language to his/her mother tongue. We still do not know if when learners are transferring that knowledge will do it conceptual-linguistically correctly. Without a doubt, one of the...
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  • Traffic Jam
    so long. D. Disadvantages Along with its advantages, the grammar translation method comes with many disadvantages. a. It is an unnatural method. The natural order of learning a language is listening, speaking, reading and writing. That is the way how the child learns his mother tongue in natural surroundings...
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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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  • The Direct Method
    because the students receive a huge amount of input directly related to the target language. Nevertheless, a disadvantage could be the fact that, due to the banning of the usage of the mother tongue, not all the students might be able to fully understand certain explanations. Provided that all languages...
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  • Bilingualism
    bilingualism. Constant exposure to more than one language at a young age allows a child’s brain to develop simultaneously with two separate ‘mothertongues. It is not only possible for children who are born into bilingual homes to become bilingual. A person can learn a single language as a child...
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  • For What It's Worth
    true for the average U.S. citizen, but for immigrants, they might have a much harder time achieving their dreams. They face many struggles and disadvantages once they arrive to America. Even with the odds against them, and some immigrants are lucky enough to find themselves living and working for the...
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  • Audiolingual and Situational
    express their ideas and emotions. I must admmit that this approach looks a lot like the situational approach but it has some differences. Also, some disadvantages about this kind of approach is that it may be hard to create and organize a class with this kind of method taking into account the complexity of...
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  • Language Issues
    workplace has both advantages and disadvantages, however; it is more professional and appropriate for everyone to speak one official language. Native language speaking Most people feel comfortable to speak their mother language. It is easier to use the most influent tongue to express the thinking....
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