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A Parents And Teachers Guide To Bilingualism

Author : Colin Baker
ISBN : 9781783091621
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this accessible guide to bilingualism in the family and the classroom, Colin Baker delivers a realistic picture of the joys and difficulties of raising bilingual children. The Q&A format of this book makes it the natural choice for the busy parent or teacher who needs an easy reference guide to the most frequently asked questions. This revised edition includes more information on bilingualism in the digital age, and incorporates the latest research in areas such as neonatal language experience, multilingualism, language mixing and the effect that siblings have on family language choice.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Growing Up With Three Languages

Author : Dr. Xiao-lei Wang
ISBN : 1847695671
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book is based on an eleven-year observation of two children who were simultaneously exposed to three languages from birth. It tells the story of two parents from different cultural, linguistic, and ethnic-racial backgrounds who joined to raise their two children with their heritage languages outside their native countries. It also tells the children’s story and the way they negotiated three cultures and languages and developed a trilingual identity. It sheds light on how parental support contributed to the children’s simultaneous acquisition of three languages in an environment where the main input of the two heritage languages came respectively from the father and from the mother. It addresses the challenges and the unique language developmental characteristics of the two children during their trilingual acquisition process.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Raising Multilingual Children

Author : Julia Festman
ISBN : 9781783097593
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Have you ever been told that raising your child to speak multiple languages will harm their development? Are teachers or other professionals suspicious of your efforts? Are you sometimes unsure if you are helping your child’s language development, or are you uncertain where to start? It is increasingly recognised among researchers that, far from harming a child’s development, being exposed to multiple languages from birth or early childhood can result in linguistic, creative and social advantages. The authors, all multilinguals themselves, parents of multilingual children, and researchers on language and multilingualism, aim to provide advice and inspiration for multilingual families across the world. The latest research on multilingualism and the authors’ own experiences are used to provide a friendly, accessible guide to raising and nurturing happy multilingual children.
Category: Family & Relationships

Language Strategies For Trilingual Families

Author : Andreas Braun
ISBN : 9781783091157
Genre : Education
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Through their interviews with trilingual families in the UK and Germany, the authors present a complex and multifaceted reality of the various beliefs and language practices of trilingual families.
Category: Education

Learning To Read And Write In The Multilingual Family

Author : Dr. Xiao-lei Wang
ISBN : 1847694993
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book is a guide for parents who wish to raise children with more than one language and literacy. Drawing on interdisciplinary research, as well as the experiences of parents of multilingual children, this book walks parents through the multilingual reading and writing process from infancy to adolescence. It identifies essential literacy skills at each developmental stage and proposes effective strategies that facilitate multiliteracy, in particular, heritage-language literacy development in the home environment. This book can also be used as a reference for teachers who teach in community heritage language schools and in school heritage (or foreign) language programmes.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Language Strategies For Bilingual Families

Author : Suzanne Barron-Hauwaert
ISBN : 1853597147
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book looks at how families can support and increase bilingualism through planned strategies. One such strategy is the one person-one language approach, where each parent speaks his or her language. Over a hundred families from around the world were questioned and thirty families were interviewed in-depth about how they pass on their language in bilingual or trilingual families.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Bilingualism In International Schools

Author : Maurice Carder
ISBN : 1847695736
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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International Schools have developed since their inception from a largely native English-speaking student body to schools such as the author’s, the Vienna International School (VIS), where there are students of 90 nationalities with 65 mother tongues. Maurice Carder proposes a “three-programme model” for addressing the language and curricula needs of these students: a content-based second language programme; a programme of cultural and linguistic training for all staff; and a mother tongue programme for minority students. The model is based on research findings and practice: at the VIS every year approximately 1/3 of the graduating students gain an IB Diploma (International Baccalaureate) because they are able to take their mother tongue (other than English or German) as Language A1. The book contains insightful chapters not only for school leaders, programme designers and teachers, but also for parents. Inserted boxes of student responses give an authentic voice to the needs of second language learners, and many useful resources and websites are given.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Teach Your Child Spanish Through Play A Guide And Resource For Parents Or Spanish For Kids Games To Help Children Learn Spanish Language And Culture

Author : Starr Weems De Graffenried
ISBN : 9780979895609
Genre : Education
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Teach Your Child Spanish Through Play is a valuable resource for parents, home educators and teachers which includes tips for parents who don't speak the language, creative games and activities that cater to each learning style, a guide to teaching culture, ideas for building and maintaining bilingual communities through playgroups and language clubs as well as a voluminous resource directory. This book is a must have for anyone who wants to teach a child Spanish language and culture.
Category: Education

Mi Primer Libro De Dichos

Author : Ralfka Gonzalez
ISBN : 0892392002
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Humorous contemporary illustrations of traditional Mexican American proverbs, which appear in both English and Spanish.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Bilingual Brain

Author : Arturo E. Hernandez
ISBN : 9780199828111
Genre : Psychology
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Arturo Hernandez presents the results of 25 years of research into the factors that might help us to understand how two (or more) languages are stored in one brain. It is clear that the brain is not egalitarian—some languages are privileged and others are not, but why?
Category: Psychology