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A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism, Colin Baker

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A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism
Title
A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism
Statement of responsibility
Colin Baker
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Bilingualism
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Language
eng
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1949-
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Baker, Colin
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Parents and teachers' guides
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Bilingualism
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A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism, Colin Baker
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Publication
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Is the mother more important than the father in the Child's language development?
  • Will computers and information technology affect my Child's bilingualism?
  • B27.
  • How important are employment prospects to preserve my Child's languages into adulthood?
  • B28.
  • I need to change the language(s) I've used with my children. How will it affect them?
  • Section C
  • Questions About Problems
  • C1.
  • What are the disadvantages of my child becoming bilingual?
  • C2.
  • A4.
  • My child mixes the two languages. What should I do?
  • C3.
  • My child refuses to use one of his/her languages. What should I do?
  • C4.
  • My teenage child is speaking the majority language more and more.What can I do?
  • C5.
  • The balance of my Child's two languages seems to be shifting. How can I ensure one language Doesn't disappear?
  • C6.
  • Will my child learn two languages only half as well as a monolingual child?
  • C7.
  • What happens if parents Don't agree that their children should become bilingual?
  • Will my Child's thinking be affected by being bilingual?
  • C8.
  • Does bilingualism have an effect on the functioning of the brain?
  • C9.
  • Will my bilingual children have a problem of identity with two different cultures?
  • C10.
  • Will my identity change if I raise children to be bilingual and bi(multi)cultural?
  • C11.
  • What will happen to our identity if we move to live in another country?
  • C12.
  • A5.
  • Will bilingualism have any adverse effect on my Child's personality?
  • C13.
  • Will bilingualism have any adverse effect on my Child's friendships and social development?
  • C14.
  • My child seems to have learning difficulties. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • C15.
  • My child seems to have an emotional/ behavioural problem. Is this caused by bilingualism?
  • C16.
  • My child has a specific diagnosed problem (e.g. severe learning difficulty, language disorder, emotional problem). Should we change to speaking one language to the child rather than two languages? What language should I speak to my child?
  • C17.
  • If we raise our child to be bilingual, will it affect our partnership/marriage?
  • My child stutters. Is this caused or made worse by bilingualism?
  • C18.
  • My child is autistic or has Asperger's syndrome. Should we use one language only with the child?
  • C19.
  • People make fun of our speaking a minority language. How should I react?
  • C20.
  • People around me are prejudiced and racist. Should we as a family switch to speaking only the majority language?
  • C21.
  • I'm a recent immigrant to a country. Should I stop speaking my native language and switch to the first language of that country?
  • C22.
  • A6.
  • My second language is not perfect. Should I speak it to my child?
  • C23.
  • A local professional (e.g. a doctor, psychologist, speech therapist, teacher) advised me against bilingualism. Is this correct?
  • C24.
  • Do teenagers suffer or gain if their parents come from different language and cultural backgrounds (mixed language marriages)?
  • C25.
  • What are the most common reasons that children raised in a multilingual setting do not achieve functional multilingualism?
  • Section D
  • Reading and Writing Questions
  • D1.
  • My partner does not understand the language that I will speak to my child. Is this a problem?
  • Should my child learn to read in one language first?
  • D2.
  • Will learning to read in a second language interfere with reading in the first language?
  • D3.
  • If the two languages have different scripts, will learning to read and write be a problem?
  • D4.
  • Can a child learn to be literate in three languages?
  • D5.
  • When should a child begin to read in a second language?
  • D6.
  • A7.
  • How should I help my child to read and write in both languages?
  • D7.
  • Which approach to teaching reading in English works best? The ̀look and say', ̀phonemic awareness', ̀phonics', ̀whole language' or what approach?
  • D8.
  • Should I buy books for my child to read that contain two languages or just one language?
  • D9.
  • How can I locate books for my child to read in each language?
  • D10.
  • Will my child find it hard to write in two different languages?
  • D11.
  • What happens if grandparents and the extended family disapprove of bilingualism?
  • My child seems slow in learning to read. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • D12.
  • My child has problems with spelling. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • D13.
  • My child has been diagnosed as dyslexic. Should we develop reading and writing in one language and not two?
  • Section E
  • Education Questions
  • Basic Education Questions
  • E1.
  • How can a pre-school playgroup or nursery school support Children's bilingualism?
  • A8.
  • E2.
  • What are the language features of an effective pre-school or nursery school to support my Child's bilingualism?
  • E3.
  • Should my child go to a bilingual school?
  • E4.
  • What should I look out for in choosing a school for my bilingual child?
  • E5.
  • Should my child be taught bilingually in the primary school but not in the secondary school?
  • E6.
  • I do not speak the language used at my Child's school. How can I help my children with their homework?
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • What is the ̀one person-one language' (OPOL) approach? Is it effective?
  • E7.
  • The language of the university is different from that of the secondary school. Will my child suffer because they have not been educated in the language used at the university?
  • E8.
  • Should older children not be placed in bilingual education?
  • E9.
  • Is there a ̀critical age' when children shouldn't be moved to a school with a different language pattern in the curriculum?
  • E10.
  • My children can hold a conversation in a second language. Is that sufficient for them to be taught in that language at school?
  • E11.
  • My child is learning through a second language at school. Should we change our language pattern at home?
  • A9.
  • E12.
  • How easy or difficult will it be for my children to find a job if they are bilingual?
  • E13.
  • My child is being offered lessons as a beginner at school in a language they already speak fluently at home -- what should I do?
  • E14.
  • Is Home Education a good option for a multilingual family?
  • Types of Bilingual Education --
  • I'm a one-parent family. How can I raise my child bilingually?
  • A10.
  • Neither of us speaks a second language. How can we help our child become bilingual?
  • A11.
  • My children get little practice in speaking one of their languages outside the family. What should I do?
  • A12.
  • When watching television, should my child be encouraged to listen to one language or both languages?
  • A13.
  • Section A
  • My children can speak two languages. How can I help them belong to two cultures?
  • A14.
  • How important is it that the Child's two languages are practiced and supported outside the home?
  • A15.
  • What kind of community support is valuable for bilingualism?
  • A16.
  • My neighbours think we should integrate more which means using a different language from the home. Should we keep separate or integrate?
  • A17.
  • Can I learn a second language alongside my child?
  • A18.
  • Family Questions
  • We have just moved to a different country. Should we speak the host Country's language in the home to help our children?
  • A19.
  • What should our language strategy be with an adopted child?
  • A20.
  • I speak two languages fairly fluently -- which should I choose to speak to my child?
  • A21.
  • I would like to speak my first language to my child but I have got out of the habit of using it. Can I do anything to get back in the habit?
  • Section B
  • Language Development Questions
  • B1.
  • A1.
  • What are the most important factors in raising a bilingual child?
  • B2.
  • Do some children find it easier than others to become bilingual?
  • B3.
  • Does bilingual development start in the fetal stage?
  • B4.
  • Is it easier to become bilingual as a young child?
  • B5.
  • How early do bilingual children recognize that they have two languages?
  • B6.
  • What are the advantages of my child becoming bilingual?
  • Is it better for my child to learn a language early to secure better storage in the brain?
  • B7.
  • Will my child become equally fluent in two languages?
  • B8.
  • Is it better to develop two languages together or one language later than the other?
  • B9.
  • How do I know my Child's language development in each language is normal and acceptable?
  • B10.
  • Will learning a second language interfere with development in the first language?
  • B11.
  • A2.
  • Are there benefits even if my child has a less well-developed second language?
  • B12.
  • What effect will bilingualism have on my Child's intelligence?
  • B13.
  • I want my children to be successful. Should I concentrate on developing their first/majority language skills?
  • B14.
  • Should my child keep the two languages separate in different situations and with different people (e.g. visitors)?
  • B15.
  • Should my child use two languages with the same person?
  • B16.
  • Are some families better placed than others to produce bilingual children?
  • Will my Child's attitudes affect the learning of a second language?
  • B17.
  • Is it sensible to raise my child multilingually?
  • B18.
  • Do bilinguals learn a third language easier than monolinguals learn a second language?
  • B19.
  • Do girls and boys differ in their progress towards bilingualism and biliteracy?
  • B20.
  • Are first-borns different to later-borns in developing bilingualism?
  • B21.
  • A3.
  • My child mixes their two languages. Is this normal?
  • B22.
  • Does switching between languages have any value or purpose?
  • B23.
  • When will my bilingual child be able to interpret and translate from one language to another?
  • B24.
  • How much will experience of majority language mass media affect the development of bilingualism in my child?
  • B25.
  • Can music and drama help my Child's bilingual development?
  • B26.
  • What are International schools?
  • E19.
  • What is the European Schools Movement?
  • E20.
  • What is Heritage Language Bilingual Education?
  • E21.
  • What is Transitional Bilingual Education?
  • E22.
  • What is Immersion Bilingual Education?
  • E23.
  • Contents note continued:
  • What are the main classroom features of successful immersion programs?
  • E24.
  • What language strategies are used in immersion classrooms?
  • E25.
  • What is Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)?
  • E26.
  • What is the new form for Intensive Second Language Immersion at the end of elementary schooling?
  • E27.
  • What is a Withdrawal class for extra language support?
  • E28.
  • E15.
  • What does Scaffolding mean, and why is it important in supporting language learners in school?
  • E29.
  • What kind of education should I give my child if we regularly move to different countries?
  • E30.
  • What are Saturday Schools and Voluntary Schools outside regular school hours, and how valuable are they in the development of a minority or second language?
  • Achievement and Underachievement Questions
  • E31.
  • Will my Child's performance in school be affected by being bilingual?
  • E32.
  • Are there positive effects of learning through the medium of two languages?
  • What types of bilingual education exist?
  • E33.
  • My child is learning through a new language. Will this affect attainment at school?
  • E34.
  • My Child's school teaches through the minority language. Will this affect my Child's development in the majority language?
  • E35.
  • Speakers of our home language are often poor and unemployed. Should we ensure our child is educated in the majority language to aid employment prospects?
  • E36.
  • My child seems to be underachieving at school. Is this because of bilingualism?
  • E37.
  • Should my child be placed in a Bilingual Special Education Programme?
  • E16.
  • E38.
  • My child is suffering in school because other children tease him/her about speaking another language. What can I do?
  • Language in the Classroom
  • E39.
  • Will my child be able to learn a new language thoroughly in the school system?
  • E40.
  • How should two languages be distributed in a bilingual classroom?
  • E41.
  • What is ̀Translanguaging'?
  • E42.
  • What are Dual Language schools?
  • Should Science and Mathematics be taught in an international language such as English?
  • E43.
  • My Child's school doesn't support bilingualism and there is no bilingual school nearby. What should I do?
  • E44.
  • Which language should be used to test/ assess/counsel a bilingual child? What should be the nature of such assessment?
  • E45.
  • Are teachers trained to help bilingual children?
  • Section F
  • Concluding Questions
  • F1.
  • E17.
  • The economy and politics of the world is changing. Is there a future for bilingualism?
  • F2.
  • Are monolinguals more common than bilinguals in the world?
  • F3.
  • Why are many politicians against bilingualism and bilingual education?
  • F4.
  • Is bilingualism a natural right of any individual?
  • F5.
  • Does my child have a right to bilingual education (e.g. in law, a natural right)?
  • F6.
  • What are Dual Language Bilingual Peace schools?
  • Language is an important part of our religion. Should my child learn a second language for this purpose?
  • F7.
  • I use a particular dialect/a Creole/a Pidgin language in the home. Is your advice about raising a bilingual child different or similar?
  • F8.
  • I have a Deaf child. Is your advice about raising a bilingual child different or similar?
  • F9.
  • Books on child care and child development warn me against bilingualism. How should I react?
  • F10.
  • How do I contact other parents in a similar situation?
  • F11.
  • E18.
  • Is the internet going to affect my Child's bilingualism?
  • F12.
  • How do I find out more information about bilingualism?
Control code
ocn866252893
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
4th edition
Extent
xxvi, 257 pages
Isbn
9781783091591
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013048687
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)866252893
Label
A parents' and teachers' guide to bilingualism, Colin Baker
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Is the mother more important than the father in the Child's language development?
  • Will computers and information technology affect my Child's bilingualism?
  • B27.
  • How important are employment prospects to preserve my Child's languages into adulthood?
  • B28.
  • I need to change the language(s) I've used with my children. How will it affect them?
  • Section C
  • Questions About Problems
  • C1.
  • What are the disadvantages of my child becoming bilingual?
  • C2.
  • A4.
  • My child mixes the two languages. What should I do?
  • C3.
  • My child refuses to use one of his/her languages. What should I do?
  • C4.
  • My teenage child is speaking the majority language more and more.What can I do?
  • C5.
  • The balance of my Child's two languages seems to be shifting. How can I ensure one language Doesn't disappear?
  • C6.
  • Will my child learn two languages only half as well as a monolingual child?
  • C7.
  • What happens if parents Don't agree that their children should become bilingual?
  • Will my Child's thinking be affected by being bilingual?
  • C8.
  • Does bilingualism have an effect on the functioning of the brain?
  • C9.
  • Will my bilingual children have a problem of identity with two different cultures?
  • C10.
  • Will my identity change if I raise children to be bilingual and bi(multi)cultural?
  • C11.
  • What will happen to our identity if we move to live in another country?
  • C12.
  • A5.
  • Will bilingualism have any adverse effect on my Child's personality?
  • C13.
  • Will bilingualism have any adverse effect on my Child's friendships and social development?
  • C14.
  • My child seems to have learning difficulties. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • C15.
  • My child seems to have an emotional/ behavioural problem. Is this caused by bilingualism?
  • C16.
  • My child has a specific diagnosed problem (e.g. severe learning difficulty, language disorder, emotional problem). Should we change to speaking one language to the child rather than two languages? What language should I speak to my child?
  • C17.
  • If we raise our child to be bilingual, will it affect our partnership/marriage?
  • My child stutters. Is this caused or made worse by bilingualism?
  • C18.
  • My child is autistic or has Asperger's syndrome. Should we use one language only with the child?
  • C19.
  • People make fun of our speaking a minority language. How should I react?
  • C20.
  • People around me are prejudiced and racist. Should we as a family switch to speaking only the majority language?
  • C21.
  • I'm a recent immigrant to a country. Should I stop speaking my native language and switch to the first language of that country?
  • C22.
  • A6.
  • My second language is not perfect. Should I speak it to my child?
  • C23.
  • A local professional (e.g. a doctor, psychologist, speech therapist, teacher) advised me against bilingualism. Is this correct?
  • C24.
  • Do teenagers suffer or gain if their parents come from different language and cultural backgrounds (mixed language marriages)?
  • C25.
  • What are the most common reasons that children raised in a multilingual setting do not achieve functional multilingualism?
  • Section D
  • Reading and Writing Questions
  • D1.
  • My partner does not understand the language that I will speak to my child. Is this a problem?
  • Should my child learn to read in one language first?
  • D2.
  • Will learning to read in a second language interfere with reading in the first language?
  • D3.
  • If the two languages have different scripts, will learning to read and write be a problem?
  • D4.
  • Can a child learn to be literate in three languages?
  • D5.
  • When should a child begin to read in a second language?
  • D6.
  • A7.
  • How should I help my child to read and write in both languages?
  • D7.
  • Which approach to teaching reading in English works best? The ̀look and say', ̀phonemic awareness', ̀phonics', ̀whole language' or what approach?
  • D8.
  • Should I buy books for my child to read that contain two languages or just one language?
  • D9.
  • How can I locate books for my child to read in each language?
  • D10.
  • Will my child find it hard to write in two different languages?
  • D11.
  • What happens if grandparents and the extended family disapprove of bilingualism?
  • My child seems slow in learning to read. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • D12.
  • My child has problems with spelling. Is this due to bilingualism?
  • D13.
  • My child has been diagnosed as dyslexic. Should we develop reading and writing in one language and not two?
  • Section E
  • Education Questions
  • Basic Education Questions
  • E1.
  • How can a pre-school playgroup or nursery school support Children's bilingualism?
  • A8.
  • E2.
  • What are the language features of an effective pre-school or nursery school to support my Child's bilingualism?
  • E3.
  • Should my child go to a bilingual school?
  • E4.
  • What should I look out for in choosing a school for my bilingual child?
  • E5.
  • Should my child be taught bilingually in the primary school but not in the secondary school?
  • E6.
  • I do not speak the language used at my Child's school. How can I help my children with their homework?
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • What is the ̀one person-one language' (OPOL) approach? Is it effective?
  • E7.
  • The language of the university is different from that of the secondary school. Will my child suffer because they have not been educated in the language used at the university?
  • E8.
  • Should older children not be placed in bilingual education?
  • E9.
  • Is there a ̀critical age' when children shouldn't be moved to a school with a different language pattern in the curriculum?
  • E10.
  • My children can hold a conversation in a second language. Is that sufficient for them to be taught in that language at school?
  • E11.
  • My child is learning through a second language at school. Should we change our language pattern at home?
  • A9.
  • E12.
  • How easy or difficult will it be for my children to find a job if they are bilingual?
  • E13.
  • My child is being offered lessons as a beginner at school in a language they already speak fluently at home -- what should I do?
  • E14.
  • Is Home Education a good option for a multilingual family?
  • Types of Bilingual Education --
  • I'm a one-parent family. How can I raise my child bilingually?
  • A10.
  • Neither of us speaks a second language. How can we help our child become bilingual?
  • A11.
  • My children get little practice in speaking one of their languages outside the family. What should I do?
  • A12.
  • When watching television, should my child be encouraged to listen to one language or both languages?
  • A13.
  • Section A
  • My children can speak two languages. How can I help them belong to two cultures?
  • A14.
  • How important is it that the Child's two languages are practiced and supported outside the home?
  • A15.
  • What kind of community support is valuable for bilingualism?
  • A16.
  • My neighbours think we should integrate more which means using a different language from the home. Should we keep separate or integrate?
  • A17.
  • Can I learn a second language alongside my child?
  • A18.
  • Family Questions
  • We have just moved to a different country. Should we speak the host Country's language in the home to help our children?
  • A19.
  • What should our language strategy be with an adopted child?
  • A20.
  • I speak two languages fairly fluently -- which should I choose to speak to my child?
  • A21.
  • I would like to speak my first language to my child but I have got out of the habit of using it. Can I do anything to get back in the habit?
  • Section B
  • Language Development Questions
  • B1.
  • A1.
  • What are the most important factors in raising a bilingual child?
  • B2.
  • Do some children find it easier than others to become bilingual?
  • B3.
  • Does bilingual development start in the fetal stage?
  • B4.
  • Is it easier to become bilingual as a young child?
  • B5.
  • How early do bilingual children recognize that they have two languages?
  • B6.
  • What are the advantages of my child becoming bilingual?
  • Is it better for my child to learn a language early to secure better storage in the brain?
  • B7.
  • Will my child become equally fluent in two languages?
  • B8.
  • Is it better to develop two languages together or one language later than the other?
  • B9.
  • How do I know my Child's language development in each language is normal and acceptable?
  • B10.
  • Will learning a second language interfere with development in the first language?
  • B11.
  • A2.
  • Are there benefits even if my child has a less well-developed second language?
  • B12.
  • What effect will bilingualism have on my Child's intelligence?
  • B13.
  • I want my children to be successful. Should I concentrate on developing their first/majority language skills?
  • B14.
  • Should my child keep the two languages separate in different situations and with different people (e.g. visitors)?
  • B15.
  • Should my child use two languages with the same person?
  • B16.
  • Are some families better placed than others to produce bilingual children?
  • Will my Child's attitudes affect the learning of a second language?
  • B17.
  • Is it sensible to raise my child multilingually?
  • B18.
  • Do bilinguals learn a third language easier than monolinguals learn a second language?
  • B19.
  • Do girls and boys differ in their progress towards bilingualism and biliteracy?
  • B20.
  • Are first-borns different to later-borns in developing bilingualism?
  • B21.
  • A3.
  • My child mixes their two languages. Is this normal?
  • B22.
  • Does switching between languages have any value or purpose?
  • B23.
  • When will my bilingual child be able to interpret and translate from one language to another?
  • B24.
  • How much will experience of majority language mass media affect the development of bilingualism in my child?
  • B25.
  • Can music and drama help my Child's bilingual development?
  • B26.
  • What are International schools?
  • E19.
  • What is the European Schools Movement?
  • E20.
  • What is Heritage Language Bilingual Education?
  • E21.
  • What is Transitional Bilingual Education?
  • E22.
  • What is Immersion Bilingual Education?
  • E23.
  • Contents note continued:
  • What are the main classroom features of successful immersion programs?
  • E24.
  • What language strategies are used in immersion classrooms?
  • E25.
  • What is Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)?
  • E26.
  • What is the new form for Intensive Second Language Immersion at the end of elementary schooling?
  • E27.
  • What is a Withdrawal class for extra language support?
  • E28.
  • E15.
  • What does Scaffolding mean, and why is it important in supporting language learners in school?
  • E29.
  • What kind of education should I give my child if we regularly move to different countries?
  • E30.
  • What are Saturday Schools and Voluntary Schools outside regular school hours, and how valuable are they in the development of a minority or second language?
  • Achievement and Underachievement Questions
  • E31.
  • Will my Child's performance in school be affected by being bilingual?
  • E32.
  • Are there positive effects of learning through the medium of two languages?
  • What types of bilingual education exist?
  • E33.
  • My child is learning through a new language. Will this affect attainment at school?
  • E34.
  • My Child's school teaches through the minority language. Will this affect my Child's development in the majority language?
  • E35.
  • Speakers of our home language are often poor and unemployed. Should we ensure our child is educated in the majority language to aid employment prospects?
  • E36.
  • My child seems to be underachieving at school. Is this because of bilingualism?
  • E37.
  • Should my child be placed in a Bilingual Special Education Programme?
  • E16.
  • E38.
  • My child is suffering in school because other children tease him/her about speaking another language. What can I do?
  • Language in the Classroom
  • E39.
  • Will my child be able to learn a new language thoroughly in the school system?
  • E40.
  • How should two languages be distributed in a bilingual classroom?
  • E41.
  • What is ̀Translanguaging'?
  • E42.
  • What are Dual Language schools?
  • Should Science and Mathematics be taught in an international language such as English?
  • E43.
  • My Child's school doesn't support bilingualism and there is no bilingual school nearby. What should I do?
  • E44.
  • Which language should be used to test/ assess/counsel a bilingual child? What should be the nature of such assessment?
  • E45.
  • Are teachers trained to help bilingual children?
  • Section F
  • Concluding Questions
  • F1.
  • E17.
  • The economy and politics of the world is changing. Is there a future for bilingualism?
  • F2.
  • Are monolinguals more common than bilinguals in the world?
  • F3.
  • Why are many politicians against bilingualism and bilingual education?
  • F4.
  • Is bilingualism a natural right of any individual?
  • F5.
  • Does my child have a right to bilingual education (e.g. in law, a natural right)?
  • F6.
  • What are Dual Language Bilingual Peace schools?
  • Language is an important part of our religion. Should my child learn a second language for this purpose?
  • F7.
  • I use a particular dialect/a Creole/a Pidgin language in the home. Is your advice about raising a bilingual child different or similar?
  • F8.
  • I have a Deaf child. Is your advice about raising a bilingual child different or similar?
  • F9.
  • Books on child care and child development warn me against bilingualism. How should I react?
  • F10.
  • How do I contact other parents in a similar situation?
  • F11.
  • E18.
  • Is the internet going to affect my Child's bilingualism?
  • F12.
  • How do I find out more information about bilingualism?
Control code
ocn866252893
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
4th edition
Extent
xxvi, 257 pages
Isbn
9781783091591
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013048687
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)866252893

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