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Bilingual education: Arguments for and (bogus) arguments against

Bilingual education: Arguments for and (bogus) arguments against,Stephen D. Krashen

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    • ...The numerous studies into North American bilingual education (Cummins and Swain 1986; Cummins 1989; Dulay, Burt, and Krashen 1982; Genesee 1987, 1994, 2004; Genesee and Jared 2008; Greene 1997, 1998; Krashen 1996, 1997, 1999; Lambert and Tucker 1972; Lapkin, Hart and Swain 1991; Lyster 1987; Swain and Cummins 1982; Wesche 2002; Willig 1985) attest to the success of these programs at the linguistic, subject content, cognitive, and attitudinal levels:

      @@@@To begin with, they have consistently demonstrated that children in immersion programs acquire impressive amounts of the second language, attain native-like receptive skills but not in oral or written production, and develop much higher levels of proficiency than nonimmersion students...

    María Luisa Pérez-Cañado. CLIL research in Europe: past, present, and future

    • ...The numerous studies into North American bilingual education (Cummins and Swain 1986; Cummins 1989; Dulay, Burt, and Krashen 1982; Genesee 1987, 1994, 2004; Genesee and Jared 2008; Greene 1997, 1998; Krashen 1996, 1997, 1999; Lambert and Tucker 1972; Lapkin, Hart and Swain 1991; Lyster 1987; Swain and Cummins 1982; Wesche 2002; Willig 1985) attest to the success of these programs at the linguistic, subject content, cognitive, and attitudinal levels:

      @@@@To begin with, they have consistently demonstrated that children in immersion programs acquire impressive amounts of the second language, attain native-like receptive skills but not in oral or written production, and develop much higher levels of proficiency than nonimmersion students...

    María Luisa Pérez-Cañado. CLIL research in Europe: past, present, and future

    • ...Thus, the Maintenance Dual Immersion Bilingual Education model affords all classroom participants extended, quality exposure to native fl uency, bilingualism, biliteracy and biculturalism. Krashen (1999) explains...
    • ...As a matter of fact, most students in California who Unz et al. label as the products of a failed bilingual pedagogy were never in bilingual education (Crawford, 1999; Krashen, 1999)...

    Joyce E. Stotts. A FEARFUL NATIONʼS WAR ON BILINGUAL EDUCATION: A HISTORICAL AND SOCIO-...

    • ...Subsequent analyses of their work by Greene (1998), Crawford (1998) and Krashen (1999) questioned the rigour of the criteria that the pair had applied in their own review of the literature...
    • ...Krashen (1999; 2002) provides a useful survey of studies on this topic while a wide range of non-linguistic factors linked to educational underachievement in bilingual pupils is identified by Blair et al. (1998)...

    Unknown. LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY AND THE USE OF ENGLISH IN THE HOME ENVIRONMENT

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