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  1. “The Importance Of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling For Educational Quality”
    Importance of Mother Tongue-Based Schooling for Educational Quality SOURCE: Commissioned study for EFA Global Monitoring Report 2005 Carol Benson, Ph.D. Centre...
  2. Mother Tongue-Based-Multilingual Education
    a formal subject in the early years is for me without doubt important. But, using the mother tongue as a medium of instruction is the questionable part, especially...
  3. Mother Tongue-Based Education
    of Mother tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) as the effective use of more than two languages for literacy and instruction is necessary, important and...
  4. Role Of Mother Tongue In Learning English For Specific Purposes
    speaking, reading, and writing. Translation holds a special importance at an intermediate ROLE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN LEARNING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Galina...
  5. Mother Tongue
    six years can succeed under very well resourced conditions. Eight years of mother tongue education may be enough under less well-resourced conditions. STATEMENT OF...
  6. Importance Of Mother Tongue
    difficult, particularly when the language of instruction is also foreign to the teacher. Mother tongue-based bilingual programs use the learners first language...
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  7. Defects Of Modern Education
    Defects of modern education A Dirty Shadow Behind The Light It was a hot sunny day. On the night before it was raining very heavily. But the morning sun came up...
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  8. Mother Tongue
    I have written a lot and also earned a good name for myself." "But your mother tongue is not Hindi. You are a Punjabi. Why don't you write in the Punjabi language...
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  9. Importance Of English Language In Modern World
    us with news, media and knowledge, no matter where you go or what you do. The internet has such an important role that no one could deny. It brings great changes in...
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  10. k To 12
    to the realization of the objectives of secondary education. This could only be achieved through effective interplay of important elements, such as qualified human...
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  11. The Effectivity Of Using Mother Tongue In Teaching
    in Iloilo City to keynote the three-day 2nd Philippine Conference Workshop on mother tongue-based multilingual education held at Punta Villa Resort on February 16-18...
  12. [The Importance Of The Mother Tongue On Learning Second Language]
    IMPORTANCE OF THE MOTHER TONGUE ON LEARNNG SECOND LANGUAGE] -THE MOTHER TONGUE AS A VTAL POINT- The language is the most...
  13. Mother Toungue In Education
    Support, Education and Study Guidance The mother tongue plays a very important part in a child's identity and self-esteem. The mother tongue provides the basis...
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  14. Education
    in South Africa - Andrew Foley Introduction The question of mother-tongue education in South Africa remains a vexed one. On the one hand, it seems...
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  15. Education
    of mankind. They came to know that they had already been bestowed upon a tongue as a source of communication by the Allah Almighty, and now, it was their emphatic...
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  16. The Mothers
    children with US values. And about a favorite relationship: mother-daughter. Amy Tan wrote a wonderful essay, "Mother Tongue," perhaps still available online...
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  17. Research Proposal On Education Quality Of Private Universities In Bangladesh
    However, the private universities are playing an important role in spreading the opportunities of higher education in our country. But in recent years a widespread...
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  18. Education Policy
    Western developed countries hold the reign of education and developed their economies from the utilization of modern education. In contrast, country like Pakistans...
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  19. Education In The 1800's
    William McGuffey, and Horace Mann paved the way for modern education in America. Before their accomplishments American schools were disorganized, ineffective, and...
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  20. How Public Policy, Demographics And Classic Sociological Concepts Have Shaped Our Understanding Of...
    reinforce advantage. [ (Academy schools: the policy U-turn, 2011) ] An important aspect of Interactionist theory of education concerns the ways teachers make sense...
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  21. Readiness Of School Heads And Teachers In The Implementation Of Mother Tongue In Grade i
    2012, states that starting School Year 2012-2013, the Mother Tongue-Based-Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) shall be implemented in all public schools, specifically...
  22. Philosophy Of Peace Education
    something we ought necessarily to feel uneasy about: the leading figure of modern educational philosophy, John Dewey, famously equated philosophy with the philosophy...
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  23. Mother Tongue
    system recently. And they call it, the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTBMLE). MTBMLE uses more than two languages for instruction and learning...
  24. Journal Of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport And Tourism Education
    wisdom. To some extent, the search for knowledge remains an important driver for international movement in education today, but, in other ways, motives, influences...
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  25. Mother Tongue
    MTB-MLE refers to first-language-first education that is, schooling which begins in the mother tongue and transitions to additional languages particularly Filipino...
  26. Education In India
    Pradesh, rates were 12?16%.[87] [edit]Curriculum issues Modern education in India is often criticized for being based on?rote learning?rather than problem...
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  27. Evolution Of Indian Education
    of dharma. Late Middle AgesEarly Modern Era With the advent of Islam in India the traditional methods of education increasingly came under Islamic influence...
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  28. Functionalist Views On Education
    1902 - 1979) developed Durkheim's ideas. He believes the most important agency of secondary socialization is education, he sees school as the focal point in society...
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  29. What Is Education For
    separation of self and object. Together these three laid the foundations for modern education, foundations now enshrined in myths we have come to accept without...
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  30. Dbq For Values And Purposes Of Renaissance Education
    Italian humanist Aeneas Sylvius Piccolominis On the Education of Free Men in which states the importance of the study of Philosophy and of Letters . . . our guide...
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