Felt Crafts: 115 unglaubliche Fotos und Schritte


Felt Crafts: 115 unglaubliche Fotos und Schritte 46

Elementary or primary education is seen by many pedagogues as the most influential and important level of education. It dictates the success or failure of any child who climbs higher up the academic ladder. Because it is the basis for the child, the education and learning processes at this level of education must not be compromised. Rather, it needs to be sharpened so well that students can be well equipped with strong fundamental knowledge to follow other higher forms of education later in their lives. The use of foreign languages ​​as an instruction medium has been criticized as a barrier to successful proclamation of the teaching and learning processes and as a minimization of the expected learning outcomes for these fragile students. For example, many theorists and researchers in education have recently raised awareness of the great potential of passing on the teaching and learning processes in education through the use of the local language.

Children in primary schools are in the formative years of their lives. The first instruction point that is given to them by informal institutions such as the house and religious associations is set up with the help of local languages. The child is therefore more accredited and familiar with this language medium for instruction. This familiarity is essential because it deepens the child's receptiveness to any form of instruction given to him or her. Right from the womb and in the early stages of their lives, these weak students have heard and used this form of language. As a result, they are better prepared to understand abstract concepts in every discipline compared to every new, foreign and / or unknown language.

Admittedly, some languages ​​such as English and French are international languages ​​and have been adopted as official languages ​​by some countries. This makes it necessary for students to be well versed in them. However, because it is a secondary language, it must be learned by the pups as part of the subjects to be taught at primary schools. However, it will be a major challenge to use it as a primary language mode when teaching all other subjects in primary schools. Studies conducted by UNESCO have shown that the secondary or foreign language barrier really blurs the understanding of students and is the main cause of poorly expected learning outcomes among primary school students worldwide.

By identifying this major setback for primary school pupils' education worldwide, many countries have already adopted legislation for using the local language as the instructional medium at lower levels of education. Examples of these countries that have successfully implemented the use of local languages ​​in accounting instruction are China, Guatemala, Burkina Faso, Philippines, Cameroon, Ethiopia, India and many others. These countries have achieved great successes and have made enormous improvements and increased the expected learning outcomes of students in their elementary educational institutions. So it will be a sensible course that is in no way out of place for other countries to imitate their excellent examples. This would help these fragile students to develop a strong desire for educational and learning activities in education. More importantly, it will help to achieve the expected learning outcomes, while laying a perfect foundation for the higher education of these fragile primary school boys of the future.