6 edition of Attitudes toward bilingual education found in the catalog.
by Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso in El Paso
Written in English
|Statement||by Harmon M. Hosch.|
|Series||Studies in language and linguistics ;, 1984-1985|
|LC Classifications||P25 .S7 1984-1985, LC3731 .S7 1984-1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||84050576|
In general, teachers held positive attitudes toward ELLs, bilingual education, and bilingualism; however, there was considerable variability, with sizeable proportions of teachers holding less supportive beliefs, attitudes, and by: PARENT ATTITUDES ON AMERICANIZATION AND BILINGUAL EDUCATION: THE DEARBORN, DETROIT, AND FARMINGTON STUDY Anga Youssef Edward Simpkins ABSTRACT Much has been written about bilingual education instruction, philosophy, policy, cur riculum, models and evaluation of its effect on students' academic progress. However, in the.
Research on the Bilingual education system at the university level is a global phenomenon. The present study concentrates on the attitudes of the students towards the bilingual education system. By this study, the policy maker will be benefited. Teacher Attitudes Toward English Language Learners Rich W. McKinney University of Tennessee - Knoxville Transitional Bilingual Education. This approach allows students the opportunity to learn core content in their native language while developing English language skills.
attitude and motivation in bilingual education. The competence of attitude and motivation in bilingual education Learning a foreign language is a complex process in which several factors are involved. The process of learning a foreign language not only implies a cognitive approach. Rather, there are several factors which influence the. his education via another language in order to attain his maximal personal enrichment" (p. ). This article is a case study of the relationship between mainstream parent attitudes toward bilingualism and their acceptance of and participation in a form of bilingual education: two-way immersion. Purpose of .
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Attitudes Toward Bilingual Education: A Study of Parents with Children in Selected Bilingual Programs. Gutierrez, Lorraine P. The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes toward bilingual education of parents whose children were in bilingual programs and to find if attitude differences related to sex, age, mobility, and education existed between income : Lorraine P.
Gutierrez. Sus numerosas publicaciones sobre bilingüismo incluyen Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, que ha sido traducido al japonés, español, latvio, griego y mandarín y del cual se publicó la quinta edición en el Product details.
Series: Multilingual Matters (83) (Book 83)Cited by: Students ’ attitude and motivation in bilingual education International Journal of Educational Psycholo gy, 7 (3), doi: /ijep Kaptain, Holly Janelle, "Teacher attitudes toward bilingual education: the power and possibility of a two-way immersion program to effect change" ().
Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. Author: Holly Janelle Kaptain. Multilingual Matters, - Language Arts & Disciplines- pages 3Reviews The book aims to establish the concept of attitudes as more central to the study of minority and majority languages. The Reviews: 3. The prevailing attitudes and beliefs teachers have toward bilingual programs can have a strong effect on their success.
This study, conducted under the auspices National K Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University, tests whether the presence of two-way immersion programs in two elementary schools in Iowa has an effect on teachers' attitudes toward the principles of bilingual Author: Holly Janelle Kaptain.
The Attitudes of Bilingual Children to their Languages Rhonda Oliver School of Education, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia Nola Purdie School of Learning and Development, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology This study examines the attitudes of 58 bilingual primary-school children towards their.
STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION by ELISABETH E. LEFEBVRE A THESIS Presented to the Department of International Studies and the Graduate School of the University of Oregon in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts September Attitudes towards multilingualism and multilingual children in primary schools – EAL Journal.
The EAL Journal blog publishes plain language summaries of Masters and Doctoral research related to EAL. In this post Clare Cunningham Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at York St. John University presents a summary her doctoral research into attitudes towards the language practices of EAL.
Linguist Barry McLaughlin wrote in“In the United States, monolingualism traditionally has been the norm. Bilingualism was regarded as a social stigma and liability” (McLaughlin in Grosjean, ). Parents' Attitudes Toward Chinese–English Bilingual Education and Chinese-Language Use Article (PDF Available) in Bilingual Research Journal 28(1) April with 1, ReadsAuthor: Christy Lao.
Teacher attitudes toward the principles of bilingual education and toward students' participation in bilingual programs: Same or different. attitudes toward bilingual education.
While support for the principles underlying bilingual education was strong, support for actual participation by students in bilingual programs was not as strong. Those with more supplementary training in ESL and bilingual education were more supportive of bilingual education.
Attitudes toward perceived competencies in reading in two languages, along with the social and personal values of literacy in each language (English and Spanish), and the personal and social value of biliteracy were measured by a survey and analyzed for similarities and differences in.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hosch, Harmon M. Attitudes toward bilingual education. El Paso: Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso, © Attitudes of parents and teachers toward bilingual education posted 4 Augby Manuel F.
Lara [ updated 4 Aug]. Abstract. In addition to talking specifically about their language use and their attitudes towards their languages, the children also spoke specifically about their feelings about being bilingual and their feelings of connection to the associated cultures linked to the languages in their : Ruth Fielding.
Teacher Attitudes Towards Bilingual Education: Exploratory Factor analysis. There was no significant difference in the attitudes towards reading and writing in the bilingual and monolingual classes, whereas the girls’ and the boys’ opinions differed greatly, especially in monolingual classes.
The boys’ attitudes towards reading and writing were more negative than the girls’ by: Abstract This study surveyed 86 parents who enrolled their children in a Chinese–English bilingual preschool in San Francisco.
The participants were asked their opinions on bilingual education, the reasons for sending their children to a Chinese–English bilingual school, their attitudes toward bilingual education, their use of Chinese and English, and their expectations for their Cited by:.
Multicultural and Multilingual Education in Immigrant Countries and this could upset the development of positive attitudes toward the other group. Immersion differs from typical bilingual education programs because no bilingual skills are required of the teacher, and who therefore never switches languages, reviews materials in the other.attitudes toward bilingual education in American society.
Bilingual education programs have been in existence for centuries, but in the nineteenth century there was a revival of nativism, which signified the beginning of a decrease in the number of bilingual education programs present in the United States.
Even so, there were advocatesFile Size: KB.This article analyses the attitudes of future primary school teachers, who, are currently students of the elementary education programme, toward intercultural and bilingual education. The problem is examined from three different aspects, the opinion of the students concerning the applicability of intercultural and bilingual education, advantages and disadvantages of intercultural and bilingual Cited by: 1.