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Primary Language Instruction for English Learners
Michael Longstrethon 9 March 2013
Transcript of Primary Language Instruction for English Learners
Education Does Not Speak
English Subtractive Bilingual Education Will Hurt Kids like Laura in
Spanish and English Primary Language Instruction
For English Learners Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil What are the Implications
of Language Education for Children with different Social Status? Lisa Laura Laura At a Social Economic
Disadvantage Bilingual education is Controversial and Illegal in Some States Expected to Learn
English May Never Be "Fully"Bilingual/
Biliterate Negative Sentiment towards English Learners Learning in Native Language The Reality of Bilingual
Education in the U.S. What are the five points to consider when "providing primary language instruction for English learners" (page 88)? "Concepts and skills learned in one language transfer to another" (page 96). "Primary language development facilitates second language acquisition" (page 96) "Students need time to develop cognitive academic language proficiency" (page 90-1). "Proficiency in two languages has positive effects on achievement" (page 92). "Primary language instruction enhances self-concept" (page 93). Primary Language Instruction is a Good Fit for Laura Reading in Primary Language Allows Students to Transfer "behaviors, skills,knowledge, and Attitudes" via "One Language to Another" (page 88-89). "Around" "Behind" pose difficulty for a second language learner (page 90)? "Under" Why might concepts such as "Over" How will primary language
instruction be administered? "Separation of Languages by person, place, time, or subject" (page 95). "Preview-review" (page 96) "Concurrent translation" (page 95-96)