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Title   Bilingual Childrens Language & Literacy Development 

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Author   BARNARD Roger / GLYNN Ted  ISBN   9781853597114  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Multilingual Matters Ltd  Group   ESOL View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Reference  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2003 Type   Go back
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Synopsis This text contains case studies relating the experience of bilingual children in various settings in New Zealand primary schools. The contexts include a Maori immersion school, a Samoan bilingual unit, and mainstream classrooms which cater for immigrant and deaf children. Suggestions for educational policy, teacher development and research are made.
Contents:
Languages in New Zealand - population, politics and policy, Roger Peddie; a community elder's role in improving reading and writing for Maori students, Ted Glynn & Mere Berryman; reciprocal language learning for Maori students and parents, Mere Berryman & Ted Glynn; Samoan children's bilingual language and literacy development, John McCaffery & Patisepa Tuafuti, in association with Shirley Maihi, Lesley Elia, Nora Ioapo & Saili Aukuso; a five-year-old Samoan boy in a New Zealand classroom, Elaine W Vine; students from diverse language backgrounds in the primary classroom, Penny Haworth; private speech in the primary classroom - Jack, a Korean learner, Roger Barnard; the construction of learning contexts for deaf bilingual learners, Rachel Locker McKee & Yael Biederman; community language teacher education needs in New Zealand, Nikhat Shameem; students as data gatherers in language-in-education planning, Donna Starks & Gary Barkhuizen; responding to language diversity - a way forward for New Zealand education, Ted Glynn.

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