Dealing with Multilingualism in Education

Dealing with Multilingualism in Education

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In 2002, almost 3 million people of the population of 16 million in the Netherlands had at least one parent born outside the country. This cultural diversity manifests itself in the pupil population of the primary schools. Within this context, teachers are challenged to address the linguistic heterogeneity among their pupils. This study gives insight into the actual practices of dealing with language from both sociolinguistic and language teaching perspectives.A Case Study of a Dutch Primary School Classroom Jeff Bezemer, Josephus Johannes Bezemer. Instructions and accounts After the lesson, Ed told ... clearly hear two os, right. But they hear that less. So then they also write hop more easily .

Title:Dealing with Multilingualism in Education
Author: Jeff Bezemer, Josephus Johannes Bezemer
Publisher:Aksant Academic Pub - 2003

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