Uni5 Language Teaching Methodology

Language is also taught based on the Evolution of Energy through the Universal pattern shown below.  Please read about Energy evolution first before reading further. All languages should have an ancestor language from which throusands of languages evolved.  We show the children the tree of languages

  "Proto- Indo-European" Language

 So far it is understood that all world languages have come from one "Proto- Indo-European" Language. The existence of common ancestoral  a language has been accepted by linguists for over a century, and reconstruction is advanced and detailed.

Seed of Phonetics:

Uni5 AlphabetsLanguage is taught using phonoteics, which is  Sound Energy. Sound Energy also evolves in the same Universal pattern. We understand that it should have a seed sound or Phonetic. The seed means unmanifested, but has all the possiblity of expression in it. The Zero (seed in mathematical pattern)  (Bindu or Poojya), the unmanifested, in the Mathematics, is the "seed" from which all numbers manifest. Same way the sound energy also has a seed  called "Aum", from which all the photecis emerge.

"Aum", is a Phoetic word in Brahmi / Dravidian script word and cannot be identified as a religious symbol or word. It is like ridiculosuly connecting candles to Christianity because candles are lit in church.

So Aum is the "Seed" sound of phonectics and so it is called Bheejam (seed in Sanskrit). A seed of a tree is so tiny, yet has all information to form the roots, stem, branches, leaves, flowers, honey, fragrance, fruits and more seeds. But just looking at the seed, none of these are evident. They are in unmanifested state. AUM is similarly the un AUM the seed reflects is similar to the Consciousness pattern.

Many European languages  has lost this seed word, but in Indian languages this seed word is still used. Unfortunately it is taken as a religious sound. It is infact the seed phonetic sound.

The fire phoetic sound (Cause for interaction and change). Many  European languages has lost this phoetics sound that causes changes in vowels. Fortunately this is still existing in many Indian languages and particualrly the explanation is avialble only in Tamil Language. It beautifully conveys the message of phonetics evolution.

Tamil an ancient Prakrith Language: Molecular Biology scientists find clues about cell functioning and its evolution by studying ancient micro organisms. This is because iin these ancient organisms they could see the primary form of functionality of the cells. This information is then applied for the benefit of human problems.  Similarly Tamil is an ancient language and so by looking at its phonetics we could see how sound originate and how different  languages evolve. This format can then be applied to all teach all  languages. We found many clues about the phonetics pattern in Tamil language.

Ancient classical Tamil and Vedic Sanskrit are like father and mother (Sperm and Ovum) of phonetics. Sanskrit has the Bheej sounds and Tamil the body or ovum, which sprouted as many branches in the tree of languages.

Aayudh (Tool) Sound: The "Ah" (:) phonetic sound comes after the vowels and is not a vowel or a consonant. In Tamil language it is called as Aayudh letter. This character is called aayutha ezhuthu (aayutham - weapon or device used in wars, ezhuthu - character) as it resembles the three dots found on a shield used by infantry in wars of olden days.  Aayudh means tool or cause for change through interaction. It interacts with non vowel sounds and undergoes combination and arise stable Consonants.

In Tamil language the vowels are called "Uyir" vowels which means life or Awareness. The Consonants are called "Mey" letters which means body. The words are alive when the awareness vowels are with the body consonants.

Tamil Universal pattern

Click here to print children practice material for Uni5 Reading material in Indian Languages.

Other Languages: We will soon come up with the pattern for teaching phonetics in other world languages in the Uni5 pattern.

Please read how we teach these Indian language pattern in our Uni5 Schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English  like languages are non-pattern languages like Roman numbers and so have problems in spelling