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Educacion Bilingue

SPA 306
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Samantha Blaisdell

on 9 May 2011

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Transcript of Educacion Bilingue

Educación Bilingüe Por: Samantha
Westmoreland Jafet Aaron Ronnie Dominik Bilingual Education Goals 1. Teaching English
2. Fostering academic achievement
3. Assimilating students into a new culture
4. Preserving linguistic and cultural heritage
5. Enabling English speakers to learn a second language The Bilingual Debate Bibiliography It's important to note...
Es importante que noten... 1. Not all Bilingual education programs are the same
2. The issue has been bogged down by politics
3. Bad teachers are bad teachers in any language Objetivos 1. www.nabe.org
2. www.rethinkingschools.org
3.http://webpages.shepherd.edu/LBAKER/SUENG101/bilingual%20immersion%20debate.pdf
4. http://sitemaker.umich.edu/370blinged/pros_and_cons
5. http://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/issues/98may/biling.htm
6. http://www.urbanedjournal.org/archive/V6I1-Immigration&UrbanSchools/Vol.%206%20Immigration%20Issues%20in%20Urban%20Schools/61-72--Nieto.pdf
7. http://www.ericdigests.org/1997-3/bilingual.html Bilingual education is costly America is in the monolingual
minority in the world Cons Pros Bilingual education can
have the opposite effect and
not help students assimilate
into American culture Being academically sound in one's
native language transfers over and
helps one succeed in a second
language RESEARCH History Historia 18th century: German, Dutch, French, and Swedish
19th century-mid 20th: French, Greek, and German WWI Bilingual Education Act/
Equal Education Oppurtunities Act 1974
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