AN APPRAISAL OF TEACHING AND USE OF NIGERIAN LANGUAGES IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN IBADAN

AUTHORS: OKEKE, JOY N. and EZECHUKWU, THERESA

FROM: THE DIGNITY OF A FRENCH TEACHER: CELEBRATING PROF. JULIE AGBASIERE

It is a universally agreed fact that education when given in the child’s mother tongue is richer, more effective and meaningful, especially in the early primary years, than that received in a foreign language. Many private school educators still prefer the use of English Language, not only as the medium of instruction, but also as the language of communication in schools. This has helped to reduce the status of the Nigerian languages to that of second class languages. Therefore, as a result of the great importance of mother tongue (i.e. the Nigerian languages), this work focuses on the use of Nigerian languages in teaching in the private schools in Ibadan, its appraisal and possible recommendations. 

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