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Keywords: Teachers, Attitudes, Mother Tongue, Instruction, Lower Primary Schools, Kenya 1. /ExtGState <> At the moment, however, English is, in many cases, badly taught in South African schools. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB] Abstract. h�bbd```b``6��@$� Education in Mother Tongue - A Children’s Right . Georgia has a population of approximately 3,700,000 0 I cannot give you much more than personal opinions on the English language and its variations in this country or others. In general, however, the longer a child is able to learn in and through his or her mother tongue(s) the greater the educational benefits that can be expected. Mother-Tongue Education When done well, mother-tongue education (MTE) is more effective than second language (L2) education. i DECLARATION I declare that: Exploring the use of mother tongue as the medium of instruction in Grade 4: A case study of four primary schools in the East London Education District is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated Mother Tongue- Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) One of the changes in Basic Education Curriculum brought about by the new K-12 program is the introduction of Mother Tongue- Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) specifically in Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3 to support the goal of “ Every Child- A- Reader and A –Writer” by Grade 1.” >> Teaching methods and students’ environments have to be taken into account also. Even British colonial language policy, when formulated, also supported the use of the mother tongue in early primary education. 253 0 obj <> endobj %PDF-1.5 %���� Keywords: mother tongue, language, mixed method, education 1. Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education Quarter 1 – Module 4 Rhyming Words This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public schools. 2 0 obj cally children’s mother tongues, in their educational development. I am a writer. This does not mean that monolingualism, or the use of one language is the norm, or desirable (Alexander ibid). Research has shown that education in students’ mother tongue improved learning and self-confidence, reduced dropout rates, and eased the students’ adjustment to school (cited in Vawda and Patrinos, 1999). �y�pL1/ /BleedBox [0.0000 0.0000 595.2760 841.8900] mother-tongue education, attitudinal factors, the extent of stakeholders’ support for mother-tongue education, parents’ education and their awareness about education through mother tongue and parent school involvements. Two hypotheses were also raised for the study at 0.05 level of significance. 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Mother tongue refers to a person's native language. /XObject <> More detail on the research findings summarized below can be found in Baker (2000), >> What is mother tongue in education? PDF | Varied realities surround the use of mother tongue education in Africa. National To achieve this goal, MT- MLE was employed. Another order was issued in 2012 that offered more specific guidelines for MTB-MLE and embedded the reform in the newly adopted ―K to 12 Basic Education Program‖ (Philippines Department of Education, 2012). O . /Contents 2 0 R +[��F�jVE����a�\��i(��WE����U�şK�E~F������䡈+[op��3��8����Zŷ�7�(��c����b�T�UL�L0�HH�p�f���4�W International Journal of Humanities and Management Sciences (IJHMS) Volume 2, Issue 4 (2014) ISSN 2320 4044 (Online) 148. mother tongue. Introduction Georgia is located on the east coast of the Black Sea at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, and borders Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Turkey. ��nK�̵�/�D�Ǿ*J��G&V�q3�,�g���]������oK80DO ���߮��TI�$4�\�S�&�:G�f��o�W�.�9�̷��,�3H0��`;k��5���g�xi֤y��(H�UK�. Dr. Muhammad Tariq Khan . Further to this, the effectiveness of a MT will be discussed in a formal setting and main aspects of education … Three research questions were used as a guide to the study. Key words: mother tongue education in Abkhazia, multilingual education. ��;{_ʖ�,rv.g����#�0�Oh&P��$/P_G_P�G��/1���-Fg]�;��G���X���41g��� yʒ�s� Institutionalizing Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (2 009). This is normally the language that the child speaks at home with their family. 1 0 obj Indeed, even if mother tongue education were one day to be employed right through to Matric level, learners would still need to be proficient in English for the purposes of higher education where, in a globalised academic environment, English is indispensable. Mother tongue education is not the answer to everything. �����8�l�n��o�"iJ���E�P�(XR�p8|�G#:�(B 7�0j!7�19����A�[JU�3"�[N4e��A�J(`/�@���TJ�M �,v�f�G$� �(�\@�cDI stream 302 0 obj <>stream As the number of English first-language speakers is only the fourth highest of all the language groups in South Africa, it follows that the majority of children in the country are taught in a language that is not their mother-tongue.School subjects in South Africa are either taught in English from grade 1 all the way through to matric or the first three years of education are presented in the children’s first language (any of the other ten official o… endstream endobj startxref L���X�IB�ѕ����TN\��&G? mother tongue (MT) in education is not a new issue in Nigeria, for according to the records, the missionaries were said to have used mother tongues for initial primary education. Mother tongue instruction may have two connotations: teaching mother tongue itself and imparting formal education in the first language of students. publication of instructional materials for the teaching of Mother Tongue and that the educational language policy makers review their position with regard to Mother tongue with a view to promoting it both as a language of instruction and a subject. There is debate whether students to be taught in their mother The study adopted the randomized pre-test experimental and control group as design. the mother tongue has been pointed out even in some developed countries8; but developed countries are already economically strong and are generally already more competitive than developing countries in the global village. %PDF-1.6 %���� /ArtBox [0.0000 0.0000 595.2760 841.8900] This is, of course, one of the reasons why bilingual education systems are growing in popularity around the world and many international schools are focusing their resources on establishing strong mother tongue programmes. a�aƑ|��g�U"| X�_k��#�XoM=��H�����Ls&��0Pm��M;�' MR�8���1���Z�sb� Xo=���*�J����%49N��ņwLuZ·���Z1Dj/�:ؔ��n�2S>��+���uْ� �y��ђ�Δ���7��+#5�1�6յsQSXt=��I�R����Sƽ����S`�)v�+-�+M�AQJ\�T�� ���Λʂ��pY 'JK A�ES�$�rV�2�M�Dk�!Ni��P���A���i���� ���b8xQ����� _� �ݑ�b�^.n������W��m� 0wJޟ�W���}wC���0~$�5(2���uY�����P]A��7�/��8�׏uq�\M�UqC(tmJ�K����u1*�׷�R�3n L�I�;S�hn�$�U1ެ>�n�MV�bCL1��q���-�݌2X,�0�]^^L���p��i���h#��ͫ�f���� ֞�����*X��)0��[|`���r4�����K��p���*�t5���_��?.�'M�l^� {�5o'�u����~j$�\�X�zs��x�\�O�ꦱNc1�L����n^ 1. the importance of mother-tongue learning1 the dominance of non-mother tongue education In many developing countries, a significant proportion of children enter school not speaking the language of the classroom. But while we talk about the mother tongue instruction we take the second meaning of the term. Mother tongue education is taken for granted in countries that have not been oppressed by colonialism, in their distant or more recent histories. mother-tongue education mostly advantages first language Afrikaans and English speakers in more affluent schools. I am fascinated by language in daily life. Mother tongue education is a cause for concern in many places of the world, including Botswana. /MediaBox [0.0000 0.0000 595.2760 841.8900] Nepal, along with the nations of the world expressed its commitments for education For All (EFA) by the year 2015. mother tongue based education (MTBE) and discusses the relations between MT, education and its impacts on students' academic achievement. Po-litical decision-making as regards mother tongue education func-tions as a tool for achieving nationalistic interests such as equality for all or exclusion, assimilation, homogenization and “Swedifica-tion”, or … Mother tongue based multilingual education takes many forms and each school and each community should determine what works best for them. This paper provides a literature review of recent studies of Mother Tongue-based (MTB) education in Myanmar. It is stated in the K to 12 Toolkit (2012) that the mother tongue or the child’s first language will be used as the primary medium of instruction from preschool until Grade III. Department of Education, 2009). /TrimBox [0.0000 0.0000 595.2760 841.8900] Mother Tongue, by Amy Tan I am not a scholar of English or literature. Therefore, the findings reflected that a bilingual education program is necessary to be educated in mother tongue. 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