Role of Pattern Practices in Teaching Mother Tongue at School Level

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A. Joseph Jeyabal
Dr. A. Munian
Dr. V. Shanmugaraj


The school curriculum maintains the quality learning through various innovative methods of language teaching; it comprises the practices usually followed for the betterment of students who are expected to understand the basic knowledge of their mother tongue. To ensures the quality of such valuable practices the students are made to learn how to write and speak making use of these practices in an acquisition rich atmosphere. The school education department of Tamilnadu has made it mandatory that every student at primary level must have the fluency in reading and writing, and the expected capability of using their mother tongue before they enter the middle school. It is a highly challenging task for the teachers teaching mother tongue to make the students master their language skills, particularly that of reading and writing. The role of pattern practice is mainly to focus on teaching mother tongue with creative method and make the students learn the mother tongue easily adhering to the precepts of school curriculum. In this way, designing syllabus requires a huge change in ensuring the effective teaching of mother tongue at primary level. When we follow the simple pattern practices in teaching mother tongue at school level, the constructive and promising results are quite discernible. Pattern practice teaching comprises the basic language and grammatical structures through which the students manifest substantial capability in reading and writing skills.


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A. Joseph Jeyabal, Dr. A. Munian, and Dr. V. Shanmugaraj. “Role of Pattern Practices in Teaching Mother Tongue at School Level”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 7, no. 4, Aug. 2022, pp. 60-66, doi:10.53032/tcl.2022.7.4.08.
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