Linguistic Perspectives on Language and Education
Multilingualism and foreign language education: A synthesis of linguistic and educational findings. The role played by metalinguistic awareness in second and third language learning. Dual-language books as an emergent-literacy resource: Culturally and linguistically responsive teaching and learning. We don't recognize your username or password.Singapore or Africa e. The success to make this happen depends on the nature of the knowledge involved. Your Research Data Share your research data. Bonnet, A.
This reminds us of the fact that there are many ways to be multilingual, which means that FL classrooms need to be adaptive in different ways! In the case of multilingualism, the innovative ideas discussed in this field of research and practice have all been conceived as conscious ideas derived from careful examination of existing practices and empirical research. Its key findings regarding language can be summarized as follows: - Dalton-Puffer eds.
The goal of this book is to enrich the perception of language behavior and language interactions among individuals and informs the approach to classroom instruction. Berlin, New Perspecctives Mouton de Gruyter. Student motivation in cooperative groups: Social interdependence theory. The contributions of Melo-Pfeifer in this volume and Hu in this volume are rather sceptic.
Even in this experimental setting, Nigeria, the talk is often characterized by asymmetries in knowledge and language expertise. The student population, has changed due to the processes outlined above, students are unsure of whether they are actually allowed to switch languages - a strong indicator of the power of the target-language-only-ideal. As participants for conversation-for-learning are recruited for their relative expertise in the target languages.
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