Hispanic Students and Bilingual Education Research Paper by The Research Group

Hispanic Students and Bilingual Education
Discusses the issue of Hispanic students and bilingual education in the United States.
# 72157 | 4,050 words | 41 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Education (Special) , Education (General) , Education (Multiculturalism)


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This paper looks at the issue of bilingual education for Hispanic students in the U.S. The paper discusses key theoretical concepts underlying bilingual education and explains why traditional teaching approaches are not the most appropriate for Hispanic students.

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"In this chapter the provision of bilingual education to Hispanic students in the US will be explored from conceptual and empirical perspectives. More specifically, the key theoretical concepts underlying bilingual education programs and secondary language acquisition will be discussed. The examination of these concepts offers the premises underlying the idealized conception of bilingual education which can be used as a baseline for comparison with the actual reality. The reasons underlying the ineffectiveness of many bilingual education programs will also be explored. At the same time the..."

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