[lg policy] Of vernacular and my enlightenment with English By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 1/19/2019 11:57:20 AM IST We grasped the sounds of native rhyme from “Kuhipath” the first book of class (Ka) One. Those were fun in memorising multiplying-tables under sun-soaked summer. Come rain, sun or snow – we squeeze into one hall that all five primary classes continued to study. Child’s learning and development throughout their journey has actually begun from today’s so-called Nursery/Kindergarten-Stage days itself, ours had Ka-Kha days at preschool learning under open sky, where a kid involves in all transitions from home to another room at toy-strewn nursery. It opens the doors to a world of reading. Sociologists argue that nursery rhymes set to music aid in a child’s development. Rhymes are words for life; one just couldn’t forget that dwells in one’s heart. Every person is capable of astounding creativity. Israelis believe tapping into a child’s inner world though Piano an

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Mon Jan 21 11:06:59 EST 2019


 Harold F. Schiffman

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 Dravidian Linguistics and Culture
Dept. of South Asia Studies
University of Pennsylvania
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