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    the things that they are doing in their daily life or things that they like, for example things in a particular religion that they practices daily, literature, arts and music that they enjoy and etc. By doing those things each and every single day, they would eventually adapted and get used to it and later...

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  • Learning English Autonomy

    this 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...

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  • Hokkien Dialect

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Background & literature review --------------------------------------------------- Methodology-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • Mtb-Mle (Chapers 1-3)

    teachers play an important part in good early education, the use of the mother tongue has been proven effective in making the students’ understand the lesson better. It says that vital to good early education is a mother tongue teaching and development of reading skills to enable students to have strong...

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  • level of preparedness of the teachers in the use of mother tongue and the performance of the learners

    medium of instruction often plays a fundamental role in the success of the teaching- learning process. The K-12 Curriculum emphasizes the use of mother tongue as a medium of instruction with the intent of improving the learners’ understanding. The familiarity of the language is purported to be a great...

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  • Effects of Bilingual Education

    it is used in the mathematics classroom. With the new implementation of the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education as one of the salient features of the K to 12 Basic Education Program states that the mother tongue will be the medium of instruction from Kindergarten to Grade 3. This includes the...

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  • English

    Chapter 1THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND | Background of the Study In the Philippines there are over 170 dialects of which about twelve, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian language family, are of regional importance. Of all these languages only Filipino and English are considered to be official...

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  • LESSONS IN LITERATURE

    Comparative study into European literature curricula 1 LESSONS IN LITERATURE A comparative study into the literature curricula in secondary education in six European countries Master thesis of: M.G. Slager (1465775) m.g.slager@student.rug.nl Master of Science in Education Faculty of...

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  • Language Planning and Language Development

    result absolutely erratic. After hurried consultations among the scientists involved, it was decided to translate the test into Hindi---Urdu, the mother tongue of the students taking the test. It is only then that the test yielded the expected standard result2. 2. A very significant programme, the preparation...

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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 can judge A town, a barrio, and kingdom; And like any other created thing Every human being loves his freedom. ONE who does not love his native tongue, Is worse...

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  • english

    (1) not only is English increasingly associated with technological modernity and power, but this association is now being fostered by non-English mother-tongue interests; (2) English is both functionally fostered and regulated by local political authorities; and (3) indigenous “preferred languages” are...

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  • The Power of Language

    migrants, who use English as their second language, live and work in America. We can call them “bilingual” since they can speak both English and their mother tongue--Chinese. However, although many Chinese migrants can talk with others with very fluent English, many native speakers sometimes find it is hard...

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  • Personal Guide

    The new challenge of the mother tongues: the future of philippine postcolonial language politics litogo's picture Mon, 04/23/2012 - 16:25 — litogo The new challenge of the mother tongues: the future of philippine postcolonial language politics T. Ruanni F. Tupas National University of Singapore ...

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  • Effects of Bilingualism

    ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FOURTH YEAR HIGHS SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PASIG CATHOLIC COLLEGE Chapter 1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Introduction The use of mother tongue in learning allows students to learn the lesson quickly. It helps them to read and probably write quickly. (Yolanda Quijano, 1994). The use of the...

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  • Shakespeare and Freudian Theory Hamlet and Titus Andronicus

    which is the meaning of the dream as discovered by interpretation. Literature can be thought of in the same manner, as a figment of the imagination whose underlying truth can be discovered through interpretation. A piece of literature may have a truth to tell but it can may remain hidden to us until such...

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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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  • 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 Role of English

    to be learn or to be ignored? Our youth generation still, keeps stuck in reverse that said English is difficult to be learned or to be spoken in our tongue. Don’t ever we hear people say “we never know until we have tried?” Awareness of everyone especially our youth generation in academies or in another...

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  • The Mother Tongue Language as the Medium of Instruction from Kinder to Grade 3

    the perception of BEED students of Taguig City University towards Mother Tongue Language as the medium of instruction from kinder to Grade 3. Through this study, it will identify if the students believe that the utilization of mother tongue in teaching Math and Science can elevate the competitiveness of...

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  • india

    migration literature shows that ability in the receiving country’s language earns returns in the labor market (Berman et al. 2003; Bleakley & Chin 2004; Chiswick & Miller 1995; Dustmann & van Soest 2001). Bilingualism is further a necessary condition for intergenerational assimilation to a new mother tongue:...

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