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ther Tongue Based-Multilingual Education

The English Language has been a big part in history since the American regime. Americans
introduced education and English has been a part of the classroom experience since then. But
considering the many different cultural minorities and languages we have nationwide, it has been
a proposal by the educators to use the child’s first language and have a basic experience with it
that would provide them a firm foundation for an education in Filipino and English which are the
two major languages of education in the Philippines.

The use of the mother tongue language can attract the pupils to listen to the discussion,
especially orally, for most young school children can’t understand and comprehend the foreign
or English language used for teaching at their young age. Because the percentage in our
population of pupils who are using the English Language as their form of conversation is
minimal, teachers need to use the native tongue first as a medium of instruction among younger
learners.

It is vital that children begin their education in a language they understand. In the video
presentation we watched during the BEC class, studies were conducted in different countries in
Asia and showed that the use of mother tongue as medium of instruction is the most effective
tool to use in order to reach the maximum learning competencies of the pupils. The main purpose
of Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) is that children must be able to
speak local languages before learning a foreign language so that learning can be simple, easier,
and effective. It is believed that children learn better if they understand the language the teacher
is using in the class for they can learn better in this way, so I agree to educators who are on the
side of MTB-MLE.
Posted 21st October 2011 by Dr. Olga C. Alonsabe
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Mother Tongue Based-Multilingual Education

The English Language has been a big part in history since the American regime. Americans
introduced education and English has been a part of the classroom experience since then.

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Mother Tongue –Based Education ... by Mel Palima

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express ideas direct in English language. Most of them have prior knowledge but could hardly
express considering the grammatical aspects of it.

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