Best Quotations for All Occasions by Lewis Henry

By Lewis Henry

On the way to be the lifetime of the celebration, in case you are creating a speech, writing a paper, searching for a telling word, or just studying for excitement, flip the pages of this incomparable treasure trove for a great, up to date choice of well known quotations. this is poetry and prose, songs and maxims, utterances either nice and delightfully to the purpose. prepared alphabetically via topic and resource to offer you the citation you would like immediately, there's additionally a convenient selective authors' index. As important as a dictionary, and as a laugh as a witty good friend, top QUOTATIONS FOR ALL events is a one-stop encyclopedia of the writings and educating of the world's maximum minds.

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The domains of socialisation are home, village or neighbourhood, school and work place. For the tribals, school is not an effective domain, as pointed out above, as it has not yet been < previous page page_27 next page > < previous page page_28 next page > Page 28 culturally well integrated with the tribal society for formal education to become a significant characteristic of the tribal population. Work place is not a sufficiently independent domain for them as the separation of work place from home is a development in a society of surplus economy (Hamilton, 1978) and the tribal communities have subsistence economy.

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P. 1981, Multilingualism and Mother Tongue Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press. PERIYALWAR, R. 1988, A Sociolinguistic Study of Nilgiris. Udhagamandalam: Tribal Research Centre. Unpublished. SREEDHAR, M. V. ) 1988, Pidgins and Creoles: Languages of Wider Communication. Mysore: CIIL. SRIVASTAVA, R. N. 1984, Linguistic minorities and national language. In F. ) Linguistic Minorities and Literacy. The Hague: Mouton. WEINREICH, U. 1957, Functional aspects of Indian bilingualism. Word 13, 2. < previous page page_36 next page > < previous page page_37 next page > Page 37 4 Multilingualism and School Education in India: Special Features, Problems and Prospects A.

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