Bilingual Education / Edition 1by Ofelia Garcia, Baker Colin
Pub. Date: 11/28/2006
Publisher: Multilingual Matters Ltd.
The book is designed as a comprehensive introduction to bilingual education for instructors, researchers and students and a companion to "Foundations of Bilingual Educationa nd Bilingualism". It will fulfil the needs of teacher education and the preparation and professional development of bilingual teachers. Bilingual education at classroom, school and… See more details below
The book is designed as a comprehensive introduction to bilingual education for instructors, researchers and students and a companion to "Foundations of Bilingual Educationa nd Bilingualism". It will fulfil the needs of teacher education and the preparation and professional development of bilingual teachers. Bilingual education at classroom, school and community levels are explored from a contemporary and international perspective.
The readings are divided into four sections:
Section 1: Varieties of Bilingual Education
Section 2: History, Policy and Politics of Bilingual Education
Section 3: Languages and Literacies in Bilingual Education
Section 4: Issues in Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Bilingual Education
Following each of the nineteen readings, there are questions and activities to create an interactive text for instructors and students. Such questions and activities will engage the reader in reflection, deepening understandings and critical appreciation of bilingual education policies, politics and practices.
Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: Varieties of Bilingual Education
1. Reviewing the Research on Language Education Programs by Rebecca Freeman from 'Building on Community Bilingualism' pp 40-54 (2004). Philadelphia: Caslon .
2. Characteristics of Immersion Programmes by R. Johnstone from Immersion in a Second or Additional Language at School: A Review of the International Research. Chapter 2 (2002), Stirling (Scotland): Scottish Centre for Information on Language Teaching.
3. Revitalising Indigenous Languages in Homogenising Times by Teresa L.McCarty, from Comparative Education, 39, 147-163 (2003) . London: Taylor and Francis.
4. Dual Language Programs: Key Features and Results by M. E. Torres-Guzmán,. (.. Directions in Language and Education,14,1-16 (2002). Washington: National Clearing House for Bilingual Education.
5. Rethinking the Education of English Language Learners: Transitional Bilingual Education Programs by Abelardo Villarreal, Bilingual Research Journal, 1999, vol. 23, no. 1, 11-45
SECTION TWO: History, Policy and Politics of Bilingual Education
6. Accessing language rights in education: A brief history of the U.S. context by T. G. Wiley, In J. Tollefson (Ed.), Language Policies in Education: Critical Readings (pp. 39-64. (2002)..). Mahwah, PA: Lawrence Erlbaum.
7. Language Interactions in the Classroom: From Coercive to Collaborative Relations of Power by Jim Cummins Chapter 2 and pages 66 to 76 of chapter 3. (2000) In his book Language, Power and Pedagogy: Bilingual Children in the Crossfire. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
8. Linguistic Human Rights in Education? By Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, pages 569 to 578 (2002) from her book Linguistic Genocide in Education or Worldwide Diversity and Human Rights. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum.
9. Hard Sell: Why is Bilingual Education so unpopular with the American public? by James Crawford. At Language Policy Research Unit website of Arizona State University (2003) Copyright with James Crawford. SECTION THREE : Languages and Literacies in Bilingual Education
10. Immersion in a Second or Additional Language at School: A Review of the International Research by R. Johnstone, Chapter 5 (2002). Stirling (Scotland): Scottish Centre for Information on Language Teaching.
11. Multilingual Language Policies and the Continua of Biliteracy: an Ecological Approach by N. H. Hornberger, Language Policy, 1, 27-51 (2002) Amsterdam: Kluwer.
12. Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Learning by Pauline Gibbons from her book Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Learning: Teaching Second Language Learners in the Mainstream Classroom , pages 60-67 (2002).Portsmouth: Heinemann.
13. Conceptual Framework on Scaffolding Instruction for English Learners by A. Walqui, in International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism Vol.9:2, 2006. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters
14. Home to School and School to Home: Syncretised Literacies in Linguistic Minority Communities by C. Kelly, E. Gregory and A. Williams, in Language, Culture and Curriculum, Vol. 14 No.1,2001, Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. SECTION FOUR: Issues in Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Bilingual Education
15. The Pedagogy of Peach by Grace Feuerverger , from her book Oasis of Dreams: Teaching and Learning Peace in a Jewish-Palestinian Village in Israel, pages 51 to 78 (2001). New York: Routledge
16. Integrating Language and Content: How Three Biology Teachers Work with Non-English Speaking Students by Yu Ren Dong,International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 5,1: 40-57 (2002). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters
17. Bilingual Classroom Studies and Community Analysis by L. C. Moll, L.C. from Educational Researcher, 21,2,20-24 (1992). Washington: American Educational Research Association.
18. English Language Learners with Special Needs: Effective Instructional Strategies by A. Ortiz, ERIC Digest December 2001 (EDO-FL-01-08). ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics: Washington, DC.
19. The No Child Left Behind Act and English Language Learners: Assessment and Accountability Issues by Jamal Abedi. Educational Researcher , Vol. 33, No. 1 (January-February) 2004.
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