Bilingualism and bilingual education
National Languages Institute of Australia, 1991 - Education - 234 pages
Covers aspects of bilingual education such as the effect on children's educational performance when learning in two languages, social questions raised by bilingual education and organisational concerns. Includes references.
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Psycholinguistic aspects of bilingualism
ability academic acquire areas attitudes Australia Australian English bilingual and monolingual bilingual children bilingual education bilingual program Census child Clyne code switching cognitive development communicative competence concept context cultural Cummins developmental dialect discussed divergent thinking dominant language dual language Dutch Dyirbal English ethnic language ethnic schools evaluation example factors favourable French German Guideline his/her home language interaction interference intergroup involved Israeli Italian Jewish Krashen Lambert language acquisition language choice language development language learning language maintenance language shift language skills language teaching learners lexical transfers Limburgers literacy LOTE majority Melbourne metalinguistic awareness migrant minority language Monash University monolingual children Multicultural Multilingual native speakers NESB ofbilingualism parents particular postprimary primary school Psychology Rado reports Saunders second language Second Language Acquisition semantic semilingualism situation social identity sociolinguistic Spanish speech strategies subjects Swain Taeschner teachers tertiary institutions tests variety Vietnamese