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ERIC Number: ED061792
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Feb-29
Pages: 10
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Aural-Oral Skills and Different Models of Bilingual Education.
Zirkel, Perry Alan
This paper seeks to define the program title "Basic Skills in Bilingual Education: Grammar and Pronunciation." The author considers the terms separately. Grammar and pronunciation should perhaps be defined as aural-oral skills to better specify what is involved. Various definitions of bilingual education are discussed, as are the linguistic and sociolinguistic factors that should be considered in a typology of bilingual education. The idea of basic skills in bilingual education programs cannot be limited to language. The output as well as the input of such programs must be seen in terms of concept as well as of language development. Linguistic, sociolinguistic, and educational factors must all be taken into consideration when defining bilingual education. (VM)
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Note: Paper presented at the Sixth Annual TESOL Convention, Washington, D.C., February 29, 1972