A Sociolinguistic Approach to Bilingual Education: the Measurement of Language Use and Attitudes Toward Language in School and Community: With Special Reference to the Mexican American Community of Redwood City, California
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The Sociolinguistic Description of a Bilingual Community
n The Measurement of Oral Language Proficiency of Bilinguals
IE Summary and Conclusion
América Central Anglo Anglo parents Applied Linguistics attitudes attitudinal Banathy Barker Barrio behavior bilingual community bilingual dominance configuration bilingual education bilingual program bilingual schooling borrowing Bustamante California Cervenka Chicanos choice of language Colonia Mexicana contrastive analysis cultural dialect of Spanish Diebold discrete-point test dominant language elicit English Language English sounds factors first-grade fluency Foreign Language French grammar guage Haugen help determine instruments intonational intralingual Labov Lado language acquisition language dominance Language Learning language proficiency Language Teaching Language Testing loanshift Mackey Macnamara Mexican American children Mexican Spanish Mexico Michigan Oral Language monolingual Moreno native language native Spanish speakers non-standard English Olguin oral English oral proficiency Pachuco Perren phonological Questionnaire Redwood City School Research Richard Tucker Rubin School Children second language skills social sociolinguistic Sp & Eng Spanish language Spanish Surname Spanish-speaking speech spoken Stanford TESOL Texas Texas Woman's University Tucker University variables verbal Weinreich