Bilingualism Through Schooling is a comprehensive survey of bilingual education. It shows how bilingual schooling can have a double impact by providing students with functional second-language competence, and also contributing to their deeper understanding of culture and history. Concerned with both ethnolinguistic minority children and majority, English-speaking pupils, the book approaches bilingualism from a variety of perspectivesalinguistic, psychological, and socio-cultural. Among the many topics discussed are: goals and consequences of bilingualism, sociolinguistic contexts, language attitudes, and proficiency assessment. Ramirez explores the various types of programs and techniques used to facilitate second-language acquisition and also provides guidelines for the preparation and certification of bilingual instructors. Bibliographies are included.method (each essay scored on a six-point scale according to relative judgements about the whole paper), and state competency ... Using the statea#39;s competency criteria, the Hispanic and control groups attained similar scores (10.1 to 10.6). At the tenth grade level, LEP students in the bilingual program scored higher than their monolingual English-speaking peers using categorical scoring (12.1 to 10.6 ).
|Title||:||Bilingualism through Schooling|
|Author||:||Arnulfo G. Ramirez|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1985-06-30|