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problems of teaching and learning the mother tongue as a subject in primary schools of Zambia

Namabanda Wambunyina Mundia

problems of teaching and learning the mother tongue as a subject in primary schools of Zambia

by Namabanda Wambunyina Mundia

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Published by ACO Project in Nairobi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zambia.
    • Subjects:
    • Native language -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Zambia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNamabanda Wambunyina Mundia.
      SeriesAfrican studies in curriculum development & evaluation ;, no. 59
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB1575.8 .M84 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59, [9] leaves ;
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2838206M
      LC Control Number83980940

      Problems and Challenges of Learning Second Language 31 language medium to teach science and mathematics, which is adopted by the national schools and the Tamil primary schools, while the other uses the mother tongue of the students and English as the language media, which is adopted by the Chinese primary schools. These two approaches.   The second main component of the bill addresses the linguistic discrimination that occurs in emphasizing English education, by implementing Mother Tongue Based, Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE). This model promotes language of instruction in the mother tongue of the school district, rather than Filipino (Tagalog) or English.

      opportunity to learn in their mother tongue so far. The use of mother tongue as medium of instruction during one’s early years of schooling, results in improved acquisition of knowledge by pupils (Benson, et al, ). It has also been established that the use of the mother tongue as language of instruction is effective in helping. Literature Review of “Effects of Mother Tongue Interference in the Study of English Language in Secondary Schools” Brief History of the development, teaching and learning of the. English Language in Nigeria The Medium of Communication Interference of Second Language Language uses in Nigeria. CHAPTER THREE.

        Objectives of the study The objectives of this study are to: 1. investigate the effectiveness of the mother tongue as a language of instruction on learning abilities of pre-school age children; 2. examine the difference in the impact of the mother tongue as a language of instruction on the learning abilities of male and female pre-school children. Interview findings indicate that, as they implement the EMI policy, teachers encounter five major challenges: (1) mother tongue interference, (2) students’ attitudes toward English, (3) lack of.


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Problems of teaching and learning the mother tongue as a subject in primary schools of Zambia by Namabanda Wambunyina Mundia Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study tried to find out the difficulties of the teachers in teaching mother tongue as a subject and as a medium of instruction as part of the K curriculum. It is essential to find out the challenges on the part of the teachers in mother-tongue based teaching in the Author: Hasmina Domato Sarip.

International schools and mother tongue. 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.

It is as a result of the negative effects which the mother tongue had caused the study of English language on the educational structures of the attempt to determine the effect of the use of mother tongue on the teaching and learning process in secondary schools. Statement of the Problem.

The language of teaching and learning changes to English from Grade 4 and then mother tongue is taught as a subject rather than used as the language of instruction. Ask learners to use a remember book which shows vocabulary in English and mother tongue.

Teach the learners how to use it by looking, covering, saying and checking. Encourage students to translate new vocabulary and language structures in class and write in the home language in.

The amended education act of dictates that in Zimbabwe’s primary schools, early learning must be done via mother tongue instruction and later on English is to be introduced, both as a. THE STATUS OF THE LANGUAGE OF LEARNING AND TEACHING (LOLT) IN SCHOOLS: A QUANTITATIVE OVERVIEW ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Department of Basic Education (DBE) acknowledges the initial research undertaken on its behalf by the Refers to a non-compulsory language subject that may be studied (by Research on the association between mother-tongue.

No problem having mother tongue as the overall medium of instruction. But should recognise that only about 40% of Indians have some dialect of Hindi as their mother tongue. Primary education in a child’s learning makes it the most effective. Ignoring English will put India in a cocoon to its disadvantage.

Make education mother. People’s ambivalence about education through mother tongue Multilingualism as resource for the development of a nation Inadequacy of trained teachers in mother tongue Learning and teaching materials as challenges to mother-tongue education causes of problems in learning English with regard to sex, locality of school, optional subject, habit of reading English newspaper and habit of listening to English news.

Method This research aims at studying various causes for the problems in learning a second language. Hence this study involved data collection through survey method.

Kenya has legislated a Language in Education (LiE) policy to use mother tongue in lower primary classes (class ), yet the pupils in Tabaka Division of Kenya continue to perform poorly in national examinations.

The purpose of this study was to investigate factors affecting teaching and learning in mother tongue in lower public primary schools in Kenya. The Chomsky’s. Senler, B. & Sungur, S. Parental influences on students’ selfconcept, task value beliefs, and achievement in science.

The Spanish Sua, T.Y., & Raman, S. Problems and Challenges of Learning through a Second Language: The Case of Teaching of Science and Mathematics in English in the Malaysian Primary Schools.

one of the problems is the influence of the mother tongue 0n the target language (English)specially in the Arab communities some learners think in Arabic and try to translate it into English from. 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.

Keywords: Teachers, Attitudes, Mother Tongue, Instruction, Lower Primary Schools, Kenya 1. Abstract. With the introduction of the new K program, in the Department of Education of the Philippines implemented the teaching of the Mother Tongue- based Multi-lingual Education among the kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3 learners.

The Mother tongue theme has been running since and consists of several activities that all aim to achieve more effective learning and to increase the quality in teaching and the status of mother tongue education in Swedish schools.

A key part of this project has been, and is, the Mother Tongue Theme. To find out how effective is the governments policy of teaching the lower grades in local languages. In lower primary, there is a mismatch between language policy and the actual practice in my context.

Ideally, mother tongue ought to be used to reinforce instruction as recommended by the policy (Ministry of Education, ). However, the reality is that there is continued use of English which is an unfamiliar language as a medium of instruction.

1 This right is, however, qualified by the consideration of reasonable practicability, which is defined in the Language in Education Policy of as occuring when 40 learners in a particular grade in a primary school, or 35 learners in a particular grade in a secondary school, demand to be taught in their mother tongue.

2 As a number of. learning – is an important and timely addition to the debate on quality education. Global evidence has been in support of mother tongue-based education as a critical part of high quality education, and the report adds to this body of knowledge.

While the education arguments for the use of mother tongue. Problem of mother tongue (L1) interference in English language learning. Second English language learners experience mother tongueinterference phenomenon which deals with problems a learner encounters when he transfers the acquired skills in his native or indigenous language (L1) to.Using Indigenous Languages for Teaching and Learning in Zimbabwe 33 the senate and as a language of instruction in lower primary education, English continues to dominate as the national official language.

In education, English continues to be the dominant language. The latest Education Act (, as amended in ) states that: 1.Language teaching and learning in multilingual classrooms EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Education and Culture Directorate B — Education policy and programme; Innovation, EIT and MSCA Unit B.2 — Schools and educators; multilingualism E-mail: [email protected] European Commission B Brussels.