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The Mother tongue and other languages in education

the second of two volumes of papers from working parties for the first assembly, Durham, 1978

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Published by Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Native language -- Study and teaching -- Congresses.,
    • Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Congresses.,
    • English language -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain -- Congresses.,
    • Language acquisition -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by G.E. Perren.
      SeriesNCLE papers and reports ;, 2
      ContributionsPerren, G. E., National Congress on Languages in Education (Great Britain). Assembly, Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP53 .M68
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 113 p. ;
      Number of Pages113
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4235436M
      ISBN 100903466236
      LC Control Number80516107

        Learning the Mother Tongue (Language Education) Subsequent Edition Other Sellers. from $ Other Sellers. See all 1 versions More Buying Choices 1 New from $ 5 Used from $ 6 used & new from $ See All Buying OptionsReviews: 1. The report defines MTBMLE as “Learner-centered, active basic education which starts in the mother-tongue and gradually introduces one or more other languages in a structured manner, linked to children’s existing understanding in their first language or mother tongue.”.

      To commemorate the UN’s Mother Language Day, a two-day festival titled ‘Our Languages – Our Identity’ will be held in Islamabad on February 18 Supported by large education donors, these programs have the scope and the backing to make a significant difference to education quality and access for speakers of the minority languages of the country. However in the course of implementing mother tongue-based bilingual or multilingual education programs, some important questions are arising.

      Make sure teaching and learning materials are available in the mother tongue. Materials in the mother tongue (such as lesson plans, primers, or student worksheets) should cover the same content as the regular curriculum and also emphasize developing language als should be fun and interactive and draw on locally-relevant content when possible. Furthermore, Farfan, F. () in Mexico and Bloch () in South Africa do not consider instructional materials as a problems and they argue that producing visually appealing, high-quality materials in the mother tongue and/or mother tongue plus other languages is motivational and raises the status of the language.


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The importance of mother tongue language in education. A consequence of the ever-increasing popularity of international schools is the growth in the number of children learning in a language other than their first. This can open opportunities for the individual but.

The importance of mother tongue in adult education in Nigeria, and also other parts of the world. is with the source language. As a result of this, the best way to thoroughly know about a culture is to understand the language.

Our mother tongue helps us to stay connected to our culture and our roots. Join 3, other subscribers. No jokes are necessary, the facts do well enough by themselves, and Bryson supplies tens per page. As well as tossing off gems of fractured English (from a Japanese eraser: "This product will self-destruct in Mother Earth."), Bryson frequently takes time to compare the idiosyncratic tongue with other by: 8.

What is Mother Tongue Education. Mother tongue education refers to any form of schooling that makes use of the language or languages that children are most familiar is usually the language that children speak at home with their family.

The ‘mother tongue’ does not have to be the language spoken by the mother. Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education is education, formal or non-formal, in which the learner’s mother tongue and additional languages are used in the classroom.

Learners begin their education in the language they understand best—their mother tongue—and develop a strong foundation in their mother language before adding additional languages. Mother-tongue is the language that a child learns in his mother’s lap. It is the language which the child learns almost without any conscious effort on his part.

It is a language which the child acquires while living in his own social group. Importance of Mother Tongue in Education. Mother-tongue plays a tremendously useful role in the. Calling for imparting education in mother tongue up to primary school level, the Vice-President said, "Language is the lifeblood of a culture and the very foundation of any civilization.

mother tongue and the addition of other languages through bi-or trilingual policies. This means that Ethiopian language education policy falls broadly within the parameters of ‘best policy’ in terms of multilingual developing countries.

However, as is the case in many other countries, implementation is not. The Mother Tongue Center was established in Abu Dhabi, UAE in as a specialized center in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.

The center aims at raising the standards of teaching Arabic to a professional academic level. One of the things that make The Mother Tongue Center a unique center is that it is specialized only in teaching Arabic. 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.

INTRODUCTION. One of the changes in the basic curriculum of education brought about by the new K + 12 program is the introduction of Mother Tongue – based Multilingual Education.

It will be implemented specifically to. The mother tongue is not just a language but a sense of belonging and valuing it can aid in fostering respect for one’s heritage.

Being bilingual will also open up social and cultural. Advantages of mother tongue in education. There are many benefits to a child learning in their mother tongue language in the classroom: Mother tongue makes it easier for children to pick up and learn other languages; Mother tongue develops a child’s personal, social and cultural identity.

Inat the 30th Session of UNESCO’s General Conference, countries adopted a Resolution that established the notion of ‘multilingual education’ (30 C/Res. 12) to refer to the use of at least three languages in education: the mother tongue(s), a regional or national language and an international language in education.

This Laureate Education Project is a multilingual poetry competition that celebrates cultural diversity and the many languages spoken in schools in the UK.

Mother Tongue Other Tongue is a national Laureate Education Project, led by Professor Carol Ann Duffy DBE (UK Poet Laureate ). Mother tongue, written by Amy Tan provides a description of the forms of English languages adapted by different individuals during their migration to the United States of America and their adjustment to the American culture.

The piece has a strong depiction of the Asian American struggles through the adaptation of the. The Mother Tongue book. Read 2, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I teach English as a foreign language but other than that linguistics and language learning is just a hobby, having said that, I know enough Irish, German, Czech, Russian and Spanish to know that the things he said about these languages are half /5.

1 hour ago  If primary education is given in mother tongue then the quality of education will improve because the basic requirement of communication is speaking, listening and understanding.

The importance of developing the mother tongue is now widely accepted among researchers. Cummins is at the forefront of this discussion as he contends that knowledge in one language helps learners to understand information in another language (). Other researchers such as Atkinson () and Kim () advocate the importance of the mother.

The Centre's rationale behind promoting mother tongue-based school education is that most of the early learning of a child happens in the native tongue. It also wants to promote multilinguism. Himanta Biswa Sarma said that English-medium schools will have to teach students in the mother tongue or local/regional languages till Class 5.

Updated: Aug PM IST. language and knowledge needs of learners Developing basic interpersonal communicative skills (BICS) in conjunction with cognitive academic language proficiency (CALP) Cummins () Not having a grounding in literacy in their mother tongue or additional language e.g.

A student who can speak multiple languages but cannot read or write in any of.Using the learners’ mother tongue provides a strong foundation by developing cognitive skills and comprehension of the academic content from day one. The knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values gained through the mother tongue better support learning of other languages and learning through other languages later.

Also called a first language, dominant language, home language, and native tongue (although these terms are not necessarily synonymous). Contemporary linguists and educators commonly use the term L1 to refer to a first or native language (the mother tongue) and the term L2 to refer to a second language or a foreign language that's being studied.