The Foundations of Dual Language Instruction
"The Foundations of Dual Language Instruction, 4/e" is a practical text that examines the basic social, political, historical and educational foundations of education for second language learners.
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""(Foundations of Dual Language Instruction) is an effective introductory text for those beginning their study of bilingual education. It presents the information in a well-organized and comprehensible manner that does not overwhelm newcomers to the field; it also serves as a good overview for those in the field who may need a review of relevant issues.""
""I very much like the accessibility of the author's writing style and her ability to make complex concepts clear to students...this is an excellent text and an important addition to those available for college and university instructors.""
Judith Lessow-Hurley is a professor in the Elementary Education Department at San Jose State University. Her areas of expertise are bilingual and multicultural education. She works primarily with pre-service teachers, most of whom teach significant numbers of second language learners. She is the author of Meeting the Needs of Second Language Learners (ASCD, 2002).
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