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The effectiveness of a mother tongue based education to improve learning outcomes and second language acquisition in public primary schools of Zone 3, Mauritius Preeya Daby University of Leicester Abstract If Blommaert (2012) enumerates the richness of multilingualism in … EFFECTIVENESS OF MOTHER TONGUE-BASED INSTRUCTIONON PUPILS' ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS Teaching in mother tongue till grade five: 60% of parents welcome the decision, but questions still loom large; Lockdown blues for youngsters moving back in with parents the only country in Southeast Asia to have instituted a national policy requiring mother tongue-based multilingual education (MTB-MLE) in the primary school years. Your participation is valuable and much appreciated. Keywords: EFL, English-only, first language, L1, L2, second language 1. /F3 12 0 R Teachers also lack training in providing instruction in the mother tongue which may affect the quality of instruction provided to students (Medilo, 2016; Wa-Mbaleka, 2014a, 2014b. �� �4�SW4�u�t���nXF�z!,�}��L����7R0��prf�֯�q�������!Ǽ�.� \�r�� K��E�dؙ�{�i[�J�6��/��� wGZއ������X�yn��x�^Y~'o�U�=�en�I�,�:�� ڷ�0�l�wˀ�gT�3�XϿ��a? No language will be imposed on any student. stream /F4 15 0 R Keywords: Teachers, Attitudes, Mother Tongue, Instruction, Lower Primary Schools, Kenya 1. Direct Method. /Contents 4 0 R After the professional development program, however, teachers were all more positive about using the mother tongue as the language of instruction. One in particular is studied in this paper, namely opposition to the use of the mother tongue as the medium of instruction. C. Audio Lingual. Questionnaires on the subject were administered to samples of 1000 primary school teachers and 1500 parents of primary school children. >> policy, Philippines, survey research, English teachers, multilingualism. Teachers’; perspectives on the different strategies to be used in teaching Mother Tongue and English. 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If you have any questions about the research, the researcher can be contacted at sl16790@essex.ac.uk. Questions have been raised on the pedagogical appropriateness of mother tongue. 4. Language teaching and learning in multilingual classrooms EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Education and Culture Directorate B — Education policy and … ����A>������= ����&�v����O�;��i�?�]x� W���2�_��Qg?^6�>����ۛ�w7?^a#�ԛ*1���ϱ�����Eɬ]w�P�@~��W��L��b! << Introduction Controversies for incorporating mother tongue (L1) in … awareness and implementation and interview guide for the focused group. /Font << The Abia State chapter of the National Institute for Nigerian Languages (NINLAN) has solicited the support of the Federal Government in producing graduate teachers that can teach science subjects in local languages. �uҾo�!P��y�]��O��tV��k�V��Hh��֊���0����G2/��{�o�;($�)�v�)�LR�٬N���(-]B��i01B��k[iIP�;ZT6E`g�����L��x�\kÉ@��������:�p�e��ߺ�v<. 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Interviews revealed that teachers were more positive and confident in teaching the mother tongue when they had the opportunity to: 1) /Length 5082 The results of the questionnaire research highlight the openness of subjects toward a new perspective of forming professional standards for pre-service mother-tongue teacher education. /F5 18 0 R Some have even doubted if teaching and learning in mother tongue would not damage the course of national unity and whether or not starting one’s education in mother tongue … Table 1 Jimma Teachers‟ College is a regional college located in Jimma town about 350kms to the %���� Hence subject content teachers may >> The idea of using local languages of instruction in the primary grades is … This call is to further reinforce its appeal for the introduction of mother tongue in tertiary institutions which benefit from the Tertiary Education […] Local and international research has found that children learn to speak, read, and write more quickly in their first language, and can pick up a second and third language more easily if taught in their first language. Validity was established through consultation with experts in the field of linguistics and Mother-Tongue Based Instruction. Survey questionnaire was developed to determine background, knowledge and competencies of K to 13 teachers in terms of educational, teaching experience, teaching mother tongue or using MTB-MLE as Medium of Instruction, pedagogical practices in the teaching of MTB-MLE, also for the effectiveness of learning tasks/activities, delivery mode and assessment procedures. This analysis will be presented in tabular form. This study used a research method Teachers’; perspectives on the pupils’ way of understanding the English language thru Mother Tongue ... Data gathered through the questionnaire will be subjected to frequency counts. 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… Each questionnaire had 20 items. /Type /Page Key Words Mother-tongue, Pedagogical Competencies, Pre-service Teacher Education, Questionnaire, Standards. 4.3.1 Students’ Response on Prevalence of Use of Mother Tongue ..... 53 4.3.1 Teachers’ Response on Prevalence of Use of Mother Tongue ..... 56 4.4 Perception of Teachers and Students on the Influence of Mother Tongue on Performance of The policy poses challenges of instructional materials development, teacher training, and language instruction; just to name a few. it was found that most teachers support the programme of using mother tongue as a medium of instruction in nursery schools. B. The situation in Jimma Teachers‟ college, which is the focus of this study, is not different from this. The students were, for the most part, adolescents or young adults. A. 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. A melting pot and the educational center of the North, Baguio City, Philippines ... sessions for teachers have closed and open-ended questions to allow the researchers to SUMMARY Chapter 2 METHODOLOGY INSTRUMENTS/TOOLS From a total of seventy-nine (79) Grade 7-10 students of St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta for school year 2013 - 2014, the researchers utilized only seventy-three (73) samples. Executive Summary This report focuses on two main issues: mother tongue-based (MTB) teaching in state and non-government schools in Myanmar1 (i.e. ;hs����v�Wi�L�7k��L���F����*p�4?�0��1Ay����v�n�px|1��A��h��޻�m��C9��|,/���S3vֿ����~���S߹^{?�C�f;3@���A��g���ݩ�:����a�vǷ��܋���J�=\�����Q�w�f��&@q��f���V��j�� ٭�N�;�S� �����~�c���x�� >�uד���p=�u��=g�u-Ph�0�U��XO�[Bo�nW7Sorw(�p����:������ V��n8}�qK�XX����� �D�5p�n�&�CǼ?�A�=v�(1NF���NkL��Z���9n�Vk�ﳍ�q����a�;j-�_��腭;���0�d��7�[֣Qe� 4 0 obj Explanation: IN NEP 2020, teaching up to at least Grade 5 to be in mother tongue/ regional language. >> ��WV���>�j���?ux�)!��?�n�}��4������hAo��� TA�=� i�D��2��Q��^^7>J��w�nju��QSt�5����{�0\nq^yяo��䍗%01E�qvU�U��?�O�¯�4�G�W�. stream Good Answers to Tough Questions (GATQ) in Mother Tongue–Based Multilingual Education. 3 0 obj As a consequence, learners often show need for mother tongue use in their English classes even at the college level. This study sought to establish the relationship between the attitude of teachers in the early grades (1 and 2) towards the use of the mother tongue as a medium of instruction and the listening comprehension skills of their students in those grade ����b�L�+76���ܤ��1Bx7�2w��X�������uӖ5�|F��B�3�f�4���RrP*Mf��be���Y�̽�l���9*n��i��ǵ� +��z�>�a�������[�;0��a��.���8`�~>�kx��� D. Grammar Translation. Teacher Certification ... you will review the important points of Mother Tongue by Amy Tan to ensure you've picked out the important themes and the impact of language on her writing and life. The teacher tests Students on the Spanish meaning for a set of words in their mother tongue. %PDF-1.4 >> <> /MediaBox [0 0 612 792]
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