Language Distribution Issues in Bilingual Schooling

Language Distribution Issues in Bilingual Schooling

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The chapters presented in this book examine a number of issues surrounding the distribution of languages used in bilingual teaching. They cover bilingual classrooms, classroom interaction and technological advances in teaching. Two major case studies are also included.Robert A. DeVillar (PhD Stanford University) is Assistant Professor of Bilingual and Computer Education at San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus. Before going to San Diego State, Professor DeVillar taught courses in bilingual teaching strategies at Sonoma State University and spent seven years in the computer industry, primarily in international management. He has traveled extensively, and has lived and studied in Spain and Mexico. In 1987, as a Teaching Fellow, anbsp;...

Title:Language Distribution Issues in Bilingual Schooling
Author: Rodolfo Jacobson, Christian Faltis
Publisher:Multilingual Matters - 1990

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