4 edition of language education of minority children found in the catalog.
language education of minority children
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Bernard Spolsky, editor.|
|LC Classifications||LC3731 .S67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 200 p.|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||72075496|
Parent involvement in the education of minority language children. Rosslyn, Va.: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. The Potential of Text-to-Speech Synthesis in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: A Minority Language Perspective: /ch This chapter describes the potential of text-to-speech synthesis (TTS) as a tool that can transform CALL platforms. Illustrating this point, a specific.
The study, initiated by the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) and funded by Arts Council England, found that of the 9, children’s books published in the UK in , only How do we effectively teach children from homes in which a language other than English is spoken? In Improving Schooling for Language-Minority Children, a committee of experts focuses on this central question, striving toward the construction of a strong and credible knowledge base to inform the activities of those who educate children as well as those who fund and conduct : $
Page 2— Bilingualism and Second-Language Learning. This chapter provides a broad overview of the findings of research on bilingualism and second-language learning and analyzes how theories in these areas have been reflected in thinking about the education of language-minority children in . July , Phnom Penh, Cambodia: In Cambodia, international development organisation Aide et Action is supporting the country’s most marginalised children receive an education through distance learning initiatives including radio programmes in ethnic minority languages. The current disruption to education has impacted approximately billion children globally, and is being .
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The language education of minority children;: Selected readingsCited by: 7. Based on Improving Schooling for Language-Minority Children, a comprehensive study published inthis book summarizes for teachers and education policymakers what has been learned over the past three decades about educating such students.
It discusses a broad range of educational issues: how students learn a second language; how reading. Language education – the process and practice of teaching a second or foreign language – is primarily a branch of applied linguistics, but can be an interdisciplinary field.
There are four main learning categories for language education: communicative competencies, proficiencies, cross-cultural experiences, and multiple literacies.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spolsky, Bernard. Language education of minority children. [Rowley, Mass., Newbury House Publishers, ]. Improving schooling for language-minority children: a research agenda/Diane August and Kenji Hakuta, editors; Committee on Developing a Research Agenda on the Education of Limited-English-Proficient and Bilingual Students, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research.
Promote expansion of access to high-quality bilingual education that provides linguistically competent education to children. Educate the public and policymakers about the consequences of increasing ethnic and racial segregation to the educational experiences of ethnic and racial minority children.
Issues in language-minority education must be addressed in the work of offices and agencies beyond OBEMLA, as well as that of states and foundations. Moreover, if we cannot agree on what good research is and what the priorities are, and if the major funders cannot coordinate their efforts, pressing problems will remain inadequately addressed.
This chapter argues that bilingual education programs that educate students separately have become a problem for school systems and for thousands of language-minority children, and that integrated bilingual education is the solution. Millions of children have passed through separate bilingual programs in the United States over the last thirty.
The assumptions that undergird this debate miss an important reality: educational outcomes for minority children are much more a function of their unequal access to key educational resources. Improving Schooling for Language-Minority Children: A Research Agenda [National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Committee on Developing a Research Agenda on the Education of Limited English Proficient and Bilingual Students, Hakuta, Kenji, August.
Black children were three times as likely to live in poor families as white children in 12 percent of white and Asian children lived in poor families, compared with 36 percent of black.
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While the mastery of colonial languages may provide better economic opportunities, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child also states that minority children have the right to “use [their] own [languages]”.
The suppression of indigenous languages within the education system appears to contravene this treaty. That’s why fourth-grade teacher Stephanie recently wrote into the WeAreTeachers HELPLINE. asking for book suggestions for her students. “I’m looking for children’s books about celebrating differences, accepting others, being friendly to those who are different, and focusing on good things like that,” she writes.
In addition, human resources—librarians in local or school libraries, as well as professors in the field of education and library science—can be valuable resources in the collection-building process.
Finally, materials from minority children's household, such as photo albums and books written in their inherited language, are also rich. The Effects of Native Language Books on the Pre-Literacy Skill Development of Language Minority Kindergarteners.
Journal of Research in Childhood Education, McGill University (, May 2). As the field of family literacy develops, it has the chance to play a pivotal role in reshaping the education of language minority children, a difficult yet critical challenge.
Citations Excerpted from: Mulhern, M., Rodriguez-Brown, F., & Shanahan, T. (Summer, ). During the past two decades, rapidly increasing language minority demographics have had a major impact on U.S.
schools. Yet even with all the varied instructional approaches that U.S. educators have undertaken to address the concern for providing a "meaningful education" for language minority. Beyond Language: Social and Cultural Factors in Schooling Language Minority Students [California State Department of Education; Bilingual Education Office] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Beyond Language: Social and Cultural Factors in Schooling Language Minority Students. This is a list of multicultural books for children - picture books through elementary chapter books.
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The research team whose work runs counter to conventional wisdom about minority enrollment in special education has released a new study that looks at a .'Education for All': A Summary of the Swann Report on the Education of Ethnic Minority Children Runnymede research report: Authors: Great Britain.
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