By Mahendra K. Verma, Karen P. Corrigan, Sally Firth
This ebook specializes in the first college schooling of bilingual childrens in Britain. subject matters mentioned contain: pedagogical matters - resembling examining kid's spoken and written English; sensible issues - corresponding to aiding young ones cool down in a brand new setting; and concerns in terms of the nationwide Curriculum - corresponding to overview and sensible feedback.
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Additional resources for Working With Bilingual Children: Good Practice in the Primary Classroom (Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, No 6)
Brighton: National Congress on Language in Education. Language Centre, Brighton Polytechnic. A. ) (1992) Knowledge about Language and the Curriculum: The LINC Reader. London: Hodder & Stoughton. A. K. (forthcoming) Bilingual children in British primary schools: 'Equal but different'Herodotus. York Research Papers in Linguistics. York: Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York. Department of Education and Science. (1967) Children and their Primary Schools Page x (The Plowden Report).
The teachers were asked to analyse in terms of high frequency utterancesanother form of linguistic repetition directly related to the structure of the activity. Deictic expressions have already been mentioned as having a high frequency in the gingerbread man interaction. g. g. 'Let's make a long one'(line 3); 'Let's cut this corner' (line 9; see also lines 11, 30 and 42). g. 'I'm just going to make the hole . . just going to put the hole' (lines 19; see also lines 4, 24, 41 and 42). The teachers also analysed the interaction to identify key utterances.
Practical matters are also discussed, such as helping children settle down in a new environment where there is very little opportunity to communicate in a shared language, as are more wide-ranging issues like monitoring equality in the classroom. The chapter on 'Issues in the Language Education of Bilingual Children' demonstrates the strength of feeling and the commitment towards bilingual children's education expressed by all participants. This volume has been compiled for everyone interested in supporting bilingual children to develop their potential and compete on equal terms with other children.
Working With Bilingual Children: Good Practice in the Primary Classroom (Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, No 6) by Mahendra K. Verma, Karen P. Corrigan, Sally Firth