results for "Importance Of Mother Tongue"

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

    [THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MOTHER TONGUE ON LEARNİNG SECOND LANGUAGE] -THE...

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  • The Importance of My Language...Amy Tan's Mother Tongue

    Based on Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue” it is evident that language has an affect on our lives. Language defines the type of person I...

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  • Language

    Books for mother tongue education In 1999, UNESCO decided to launch an International Mother Language Day (IMLD)...

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  • my paper

    my paper: "The well defined traditional groups of readers knew Latin, and many read it with ease and better than their own mother...

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  • 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...

    539 Words | 2 Pages

  • english

    for the upper castes children. This division has always been reflecting between government and private English medium schools. In the name of...

    5483 Words | 6 Pages

  • Mother Tongue

    The Importance of Maintaining Mother Tongue Playing an integral part in our society, Canada is known for the...

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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...

    5279 Words | 18 Pages

  • The Importance of Language - Using Amy Tan's Essay

    The importance of language Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue” (385-391) makes us aware of our use of language in daily...

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  • Role of Mother Tongue in Learning English for Specific Purposes

    (22), Volume 8, 2009, http://www.esp-world.info ROLE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN LEARNING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Galina...

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  • Should Mt Be Compulsory

    2. Mother Tongue (MT) should not be a compulsory subject for secondary school students. Do you agree? Voltaire once said,...

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  • Mother Tongue

    Mother Tongue by Amy Tall Kaé Murray-Francis September 2, 2011 Florida Memorial University Recently, in my College Writing...

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  • Reader Response

    for humans to communicate and interact. People need oral languages to improve knowledge and express opinions more effectively. However, despite the...

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  • Inclusive Education

    love The tongue to them by heaven sent, They’ll surely yearn for liberty Like a bird above in the firmament. Because by its language one...

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  • Final Thesis

    Mother Tongue in Kinder to Grade 3: Its effect on Reading Comprehension capabilities in pupils Abstract The study was designed...

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  • Annotated Bibliography

    Everything's a text: Readings for composition. By Dan Melzer and Deborah Coxwell-Teague. New York: Pearson Longman, 2011. 64-69. Hamilton writes of the...

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  • Ldfa

    different regions of the country shall be taught and shall be exercised as a medium in teaching from Kindergarten to Grade 3. This is known as the...

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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...

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  • Language Planning and Language Development

    country like India. The following examples are illustrative of situations which demand the attention of educationists and planners to the crucial...

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  • Personal Guide

    The new challenge of the mother tongues: the future of philippine postcolonial language politics litogo's picture Mon,...

    4620 Words | 14 Pages

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