Bilingual education and social change

Rebecca D. Freeman

A general introduction to bilingualism, bilingual education, and minority education in the United States, and an ethnographic/discourse analytic study of how one "successful" dual-language programme challenges mainstream US educational progammes that discriminate against minority students and the languages they speak. Implications for research practice and practice in other school and community contexts are emphasized.

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A general introduction to bilingualism, bilingual education, and minority education in the United States, and an ethnographic/discourse analytic study of how one "successful" dual-language programme challenges mainstream US educational progammes that discriminate against minority students and the languages they speak. Implications for research practice and practice in other school and community contexts are emphasized.

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[目次]

  • Bilingual education and social change - "It's much more than language"
  • societal discourses surrounding bilingual education in the United States - a historical perspective
  • school as cultural communication system - the example of mainstream US educational discourse
  • the discursive construction of Oyster bilingual school - a framework for analysis
  • the need for alternative - the Oyster perspective
  • "It's like a community that crosses language, cultural and class lines"
  • learning and teaching at Oyster bilingual school
  • a focus on inclusion
  • micro-level classroom interaction - a reflection of the macro-level struggle
  • gaining the right to participate - a classroom analysis
  • beyond Oyster bilingual school - implications for research and practice.

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[目次]

  • Bilingual education and social change - "It's much more than language"
  • societal discourses surrounding bilingual education in the United States - a historical perspective
  • school as cultural communication system - the example of mainstream US educational discourse
  • the discursive construction of Oyster bilingual school - a framework for analysis
  • the need for alternative - the Oyster perspective
  • "It's like a community that crosses language, cultural and class lines"
  • learning and teaching at Oyster bilingual school
  • a focus on inclusion
  • micro-level classroom interaction - a reflection of the macro-level struggle
  • gaining the right to participate - a classroom analysis
  • beyond Oyster bilingual school - implications for research and practice.

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書名 Bilingual education and social change
著作者等 Freeman, Rebecca D.
Freeman Rebecca D.
シリーズ名 Bilingual education and bilingualism
出版元 Multilingual Matters
刊行年月 1998
版表示 180
ページ数 ix, 262 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 1853594180
1853594199
NCID BA38264406
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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