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ERIC Number: ED145678
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 238
Abstractor: N/A
Bilingual Schooling and the Survival of Spanish in the United States.
Gaarder, A. Bruce
This volume contains fifteen essays focussing on the themes of (a) bilingual schooling and (b) the role and prospects of the Spanish language in the United States. Eleven of the essays are written in English, and the rest are in Spanish. The essays are: (1) "Rationale of Bilingual Education in the United States," (2) "Organization of the Bilingual School," (3) "Teaching the Bilingual Child: Research, Development and Policy," (4) "The First Seventy-Six Bilingual Education Projects," (5) "Teaching Spanish in School and College to Native Speakers of Spanish," (6) "The Golden Rules of Other Language Acquisition by Young Children," (7) "Teacher Training for Spanish-Medium Work in United States Schools," (8) "Political Perspective on Bilingualism and Bilingual Education," (9) "Language Maintenance or Language Shift: The Prospect for Spanish in the United States," (10) "Bilingual-Bicultural Education and Cultural Pluralism: The Special Case of Mexican Americans," (11) "The Dilemmas of Cultural Pluralism," (12) "La centralidad del idioma espanol comun," (13) "Analisis critico de Peregrinos de Aztlan," (14) "Las consecuencias del bilinguismo colectivo," and (15) "Establishment of the Liga nacional defensora del idioma espanol". (CLK)
Newbury House Publishers, Inc., 68 Middle Road, Rowley, Massachusetts, 01969 ($9.95)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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