mother of Eve--as a first language teacher
Read Online

mother of Eve--as a first language teacher by Ernst L. Moerk

  • 295 Want to read
  • ·
  • 81 Currently reading

Published by Ablex Pub. Corp., c1983. in Norwood, N.J .
Written in English


  • Children -- Language -- Case studies,
  • Mother and child -- Case studies,
  • Interpersonal relations -- Case studies

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index. Includes bibliographical references.

StatementErnst L. Moerk ; with a commentary by Donald M. Baer.. --
SeriesMonographs on infancy, Monographs on infancy
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 158 p. :
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19800556M

Download mother of Eve--as a first language teacher


  Here are four lessons from the Very First Mother. Being a parent is hard. Of all the indignities heaped on Adam and Eve over the centuries, one Author: Bruce Feiler.   Eve was the mother of Cain and Abel and Seth and “other sons and daughters” (Genesis –2, 25; ). Eve was the first woman, the first wife, and the first mother in the world. The name Eve comes from the Hebrew word chavâh, which means “the living” or “life.”.   Eve is the first woman, first wife and first mother of the Bible. Created by God in His image, Eve became Adam’s wife and mother of Cain, Abel, Seth and “other sons and daughters.” Eve was the first to encounter Satan and was tempted by him to disobey God’s command and eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. She and Adam were evicted from the Garden of Eden. Although .   Eve was the first woman on earth, first wife, and the first mother. She is known as the "Mother of All the Living." And even though these are remarkable accomplishments, little else is known about Eve. Moses’ account of the first couple is remarkably sparse, and we must assume God had a reason for that lack of detail. Like many noteworthy.

In the Jewish book The Alphabet of Ben-Sira, Eve is Adam's "second wife", where Lilith is his first. In this alternate version, which entered Europe from the East in the 6th century, it suggests that Lilith was created at the same time, from the same earth (Sumerian Ki), as Adam's equal, similar to the Babylonian Lilitu, Sumerian Ninlil wife. Eve (Heb. CHWH, hawwah).—The name of the first woman, the wife of Adam, the mother of Cain, Abel, and name occurs only five times in the Gen., iii, 20, it is connected etymologically with the verb CHYH or CHWH, “to live”: “And Adam called the name of his wife Eve [CHWH, hawwah]: because she was the mother of all the living”.   “Mother of all Living” Paul argues this fact from the order of creation (man was created first) and the purpose of creation (woman was made for the man) (1 Cor. ). Also, although it was Eve who sinned first, it is by Adam, the head, that sin is said to have entered the world. He had the position of head and was thus responsible. THE FIRST WIFE () Adam named the woman "Eve." Her name means "living" or "life," and she was the "mother of all the living" (). She is life giving. The first family probably had many sons and daughters because Adam lived years.

Secondly, she is the mother of all the spiritually living. And then thirdly, she is the mother of Christ the Savior. So let’s take a look at each of these in turn. I. The mother of all the physically living (Genesis ; Genesis ) First of all, Eve is the mother of all the physically living.   Teachers, however, have a hard time implementing the policy due to the lack of mother language books in schools. We are working to change this. As part of its literacy-improvement work to date, World Vison Ghana has produced titles of these mother language stories, part of these titles are stories originally from international open source.   A consequence of the ever-increasing popularity of international schools is the growth in the number of children learning in a language other than their first. This can open opportunities for the individual but, as Carolyn Savage explains, continuing to develop the mother tongue is vital to enhance learning. Importance of first language. Adam was designed to be a father, provider, protector, and leader. Eve was designed to be a mother, comforter, nurturer, and helper. After creation and before the fall, Adam and Eve were partners and companions, fellow-laboeres in the garden. God dealt with Adam as head of the human race, and Eve was accountable to her husband.