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INFORMATIVE ESSAY: The benefits and necessity of bilingual education in schools and universities
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...being the most culturally diverse nation, and would gain from promoting bilingual education in its classrooms and lecture halls (Crawford 55). The benefits of being bilingual stem from the views of study results and experience. Cognitive abilities, social and emotional attributes, educational progress and family ties have been shown to improve among those who went through bilingual systems. Bilingual studies involve brain activities and flexibility associated with memory, logic, problem solving and mathematics. Studies reveal that students will not comprehend academic...
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The advantage of raising bilingual children
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...bilingual children are, therefore, an advantage since their children are prepared mentally to deal with various challenges facing them in life. References Blom, E., Küntay, A. C., Messer, M., Verhagen, J., & Leseman, P. (2014).The benefits of being bilingual: Working memory in bilingual Turkish–Dutch children.Journal of experimental child psychology, 128, 105-119. Kovács, A. M., & Mehler, J. (January 01, 2009). Flexible learning of multiple speech structures in bilingual infants. Science (new York, N.y.), 325, 5940, 611-2. Marian, V., & Shook, A. (2012, September). The cognitive...
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Bilingual education benefits everyone
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...BILINGUAL EDUCATION BENEFITS EVERYONE The 2000 U.S. census report revealed the startling figure that 20 percent of the American population speaks a language other than English at home. In a country where English was once the only accepted language, it is a surprise to see how quickly we have become a multi-lingual nation. For the student who speaks only a minority language, bilingual education is a controversial program that not only enhances their education, but also benefits society as well. Bilingual education is not a recent development in America. As early as 1839 Ohio enacted a German-English program to teach immigrant students. The political... Diana Tipton Com-101 E1'6 LRC 601 March 28. 2006...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of bilingualism
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...benefits of being bilingual. Washington Academy of Sciences, Fall, 19-28. Fish, S., & Morford, J. (2012). The benefits of bilingualism: impact on language and cognitive development. Visual language & visual learning, 2(7), 1-8.... , the same person may use English while at school. In addition, bilingualism may arise out of individual choice to study a language other than the primary language. In the end, bilingualism has both its advantages and disadvantages. The ability to communicate in two different languages is the immediate benefit of bilingualism. The expanded communication ability enables a student access a larger...
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Restructure Writing
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...Benefits of bilingualism are therefore diverse and it should be encouraged among the deaf and other population segments. References Byrd, D. (2012). Cognitive Benefits of Being Bilingual. Washington Academy of Sciences. n.i, 19-30. Nussbaum, D. B., Scott, S. & Simms, L. E. (2012). The Why and How of an asl/English bimodal bilingual program. Odyssey. Class notes. Parasnis, I. (1996). Cultural and language diversity and the deaf experience. Class notes.... languages and communication a deaf person and one who is not deaf. In such situations, ability to speak the other party’s language bridges communication barrier and this discussion identifies benefits of...
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Bilingual Education in America
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...being a financial burden to society in later years. Bilingual education not only provides the only realistic approach to teaching non-English speaking students, it also has advantages. A consensus of applied linguists have contended that, "Well-developed skills in the native language are associated with high levels of academic achievement." (Crawford, 2005). A study of 2,000 Spanish speaking students in 5 states recently showed that a slow transition to English was more effective at enhancing all academic skills when compared to early exit or English immersion programs (Crawford, 2005). If we are to promote a society that values educated students... Bilingual Education in America The 2000 U.S. census...
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Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
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...Bilingual approach) should not only be the fastest English learning procedure goal, but the way the children feel in this new environment and the way they can express themselves with their classmates and professors. It should be a goal for everybody (teachers, parents, authorities) to focus in the psychological impact of the child as well as for the society that is being formed through these earlier years of school. Fortunately, there are still some opening opportunities for working these methods in the benefit of the children. In an effort to give a solution to these questions it is good... Wednesday, February 15, Lilibeth Order # 173744 Topic: Any Issue in Bilingual Education and Bilingualism Focus:...
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Bilingual Education Curriculum
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...bilingual teachers and expertise. 8. Disproportionate dropout rates for Hispanic students demonstrate the failure of bilingual education. Crawford (1998) contended that no credible studies have actually identified bilingual education as among the risk factors in a citation of Lockwood (1996) identifying multiple factors associated to the high rate of Hispanic dropouts that include: recent arrival in the US, family poverty, limited English proficiency, low academic achievement, and being retained in grade. 9. Research is 9inconclusive on the benefits of bilingual... The Effectiveness of Bilingual Education in K-12 Setting Bilingual Education Curriculum Background In 1900, Kloss (1998) reported there were...
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Bilingual Education for Americans
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...bilingual education should be mandatory for Americans, starting in Elementary school, through secondary school and even in the collegiate levels as the need may require. This position is highly based on the fact the number of immigrants whose children are at the age of attending school but speak very little or no English, are denied the benefits of being able to attend school at the appropriate age. In most cases there is usually a sort of remedial classes that they have to attend where they are taught only English before they get the opportunity to become part and parcel of the main school curriculum. In a system... Bilingual Education for Americans Introduction Bilingual education is a form of...
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Policy and Practice In the Education of Bilingual Children
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...benefit of this for bilingual pupils cannot be emphasized enough. This is now more feasible than ever with the expansion of the use of support assistants in the mainstream classroom Use of First Language in Classrooms For bilingual pupils, the opportunity to use their first language at school is a way of confirming language and meaning to support learning. Many bilingual pupils come from cultures with a strong oral tradition. For example, the Somali language had no written form until 1972 and all religious, academic and cultural learning was handed down orally. These oral literacy traditions, which are vital to the Well-being of a culture, rely on very advanced... ? Policy and Practice in Education of...
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Compare and contrast: Bilingual education in the US
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...benefits from increase unity in the country and outside. The United States thus opens itself to the rest of the world. Fallow and Crawford asses that America does not have to nationalize English, it already is the national first language. Bilingual education does not bring any threat for English or the American people. The essays written by both James Fallow and Crawford are different but supportive of bilingual education in their own way. James Crawford centers his claims and argument on the personal agenda. He argues that the opponents of bilingual education do not advocate for it because of their personal agenda. They let their personal agendas get in the way... Bilingual education in the United s...
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Write a essay on Bilingualism and how communication develops. What is the impact of a multicultural and multilingual environment on the development of language and communication Which aspects of language and cognition are affected by bilingualism
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...benefits of being bilingual include metalinguistic awareness, more efficient learning strategies, heightened problem solving abilities, better creative thinking, and less anxiety than monolinguals. This paper aims to discuss and analyse in detail the phenomenon of bilingualism, its determinants, how it impacts communication, individual’s cognition and learning experience. FORMATION OF LANGUAGE: NEUROLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Our knowledge of brain development and neuronal connections suggests that there is an optimal period of time for language development, which has been found... BILINGUALISM INTRODUCTION Humans have a unique ability to learn more than one language; and it has been theorised that individuals ...
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Issues Related to Bilingual Education in the United States
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...bilingualism means English and any other language such as Spanish that is used by the citizens. Again, it is documented that there are more than 300 languages being spoken in America. The schools in America have witnessed diversity in the past twenty five years. Educators are now experiencing a big challenge since majority of the students can no longer be predominantly speaking English. Immigrants like the Blacks, Asians, Hispanics and others are growing in population. This calls for adjustments in instructional programs to serve better these interest groups. This report will focus on the background information, alternative courses... Issues Related to Bilingual Education in the United s Introduction...
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LANGUAGE, PEDAGOGY AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY. Policy and practice in the education of bilingual children
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...bilingual students facilitates strong comprehension of English enhancing the transfer of cognitive and linguistics skills from L1 TO L2. It also enhances their local and social interactions, cultural identity and awareness, socio-economic benefits, metalinguistic awareness as well as cognitive and social development (Cummins, 1986; Holmen, 2006; Gravelle, 1996). According to Gravelle (1996, p.8) ‘learners need both the curriculum that motivates and has relevance for them’. Gravelle advocates for a curriculum that cuts across the curriculum in order to enable the pupils’ to feel appreciated, thus leading to acknowledgement of the norms and customs of the bilingual... Introduction Cultural diversity is a...
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Benefits of Being Present
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...Benefits of Being Present: Mindfulness and Its Role in Psychological Well-Being’ by Brown and Ryan would hugely help me in my research proposal. My research focuses on the mindful based stress reduction techniques that impact anxiety in victims of bullying. Bullying is broadly defined as offensive behavior through spiteful, cruel, or humiliating attempts to demoralize an individual or group of people (ILO, 1998). It adversely impacts the self-esteem of the victim and often results in serious socio-psychological problems like anxiety, depression, anger, violence, suicide etc. (Nansel, 2001). The research therefore, examines the relationship between mindfulness and well-being... of their...
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Monolingual and bilingual approach in language classrooms
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...benefit from the bilingual approach (Rivera, 1988, 1990). They introduce learners’ mother tongue as stepping stone to the second language rather than a criteria which should be avoided and neglected. Chavez (2003) suggests strictly avoiding L1 of language students is not suitable for foreign language classroom since language learning itself is the comparison and findings of the differences and similarities of L1 and the target language. Chavez (2003) adds that the distance between languages should not be kept... ?LTOP3 What are the arguments for and against using the first language in the room? What evidence is there to show that using the first language really helps the learning/teaching process? How...
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The relationship between transitional programs and school achievement of bilingual children
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...being at a risk of not being bilingual. This again limits the children from enjoying the advantages and the many benefits of bilingualism. This has been supported by the fact that Spanish supports psychological welfare and aids people to bond with their communities (Krashen, 1997). Bilingualism enhances many knowledge skills. These skills range from increased consciousness of semantic relationships and improved phonological sentience, grammatical rules and structures and more proficiency in academics and improved well being. The transition programs focus on helping the children settle in the school environment before starting... ? The relationship between transitional programs and school achievement of...
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1.What is the relationship between transitional programs and school achievement of bilingual children in the elementary level
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...being at a risk of not being bilingual. This again limits the children from enjoying the advantages and the many benefits of bilingualism. This has been supported by the fact that Spanish supports psychological welfare and aids people to bond with their communities (Krashen, 1997). Bilingualism enhances many knowledge skills. These skills range from increased consciousness of semantic relationships and improved phonological sentience, grammatical rules and structures and more proficiency in academics and improved well being. The transition programs focus on helping the children settle in the school environment before starting... The relationship between transitional programs and school achievement of...
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Bilingual Community: An Ethnography Conducted in the San Diego Area
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...bilingualism has impact areas of San Diego and to report findings from recent fieldwork that was conducted in this area. Bilingualism Explained Many people around the world speak multiple languages, but not many use them interchangeably all the time. Bilingualism focuses on the idea that certain individuals can think, act, and speak in two or more languages as a situation dictates. Dreifus (2011) postulates “you have to use both languages all the time. You won’t get the bilingual benefit from occasional use” (para. 9). While it is helpful to learn both languages as a child, it is still possible to become truly bilingual later in life as well. It is interesting... ? Day Month Year Bilingual Community: An...
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Policy and practice in the education of bilingual children An essay discussing the teaching of bilingual children observed in a school setting. The essay will include a description and analysis of the educational context. The practice observed will be
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...bilingual people grow up in an environment where two languages are being spoken simultaneously. In countries like America, bilinguals are usually found to be the children of immigrants. This is because these children speak their parents native language during childhood and at home, whereas they speak English in school and with their friends. Therefore, the primary socialization is in the native language, and the secondary is in English. This makes the children bilingual. However, it is not only the immigrants who tend to be bilinguals, but there are many people such that they speak English at school and some other language at the workplace. Moreover, the influence of some... Bilingualism A person who...
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Policy and practice in the education of bilingual children
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...benefits on some areas rather than mind. This means that monolinguals and bilinguals may think differently (Krueger, Lam, and Wilson, 2006:1201). With that in mind, this paper will evaluate the competing views of the relationship between multilingualism or bilingualism and cognition, subject based practical skills, and thinking skills as well as identify theories and strategies capable of supporting education of bilingualism children. Evaluation of the competitive views Studies concerning psychology reveal that the term “cognitive” is becoming a confusing element when discussing this topic. With reference... :185). Supposedly, this approach lies on the norm that human beings...
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The benefits and necessity of bilingual education in schools and universities
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...benefits and necessity of bilingual education in schools and universities INTRODUCTION The debate on bilingual education has been something that has been ongoing since the 1960s when the equality of different Minority groups in the United States was first asserted. This is because there were many American citizens who could not speak fluent English, but were quite fluent in other languages such as Spanish and French. Today there are many schools that champion the case of bilingual education. In some of such schools, the students are in English as well as their native languages. Comprehending the disadvantages as well as advantages of a bilingual education can help people to develop... Module The...
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Retention of Heritage Language as a Means of Encouraging Bilingual Education Among Immigrants
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...bilingualism, a modern day necessity, among immigrants. For immigrants to mono-lingual destinations, decisions regarding language acquisition are straightforward. If they lack fluency in the dominant language of the destination they need to decide, “implicitly or explicitly, the extent to which they will invest in dominant language skills” (Chiswick and Miller 119). Absolute investment in the dominant language has an adverse effect on the immigrant’s heritage language. The first immigrants are continually predisposed to use of the dominant language at the expense of their heritage languages. This is not helped by the existent myths on bilingualism, the...
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Bilingual education
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...Bilingual education Outline: Bilingual Education (BE)-using one’s native tongue to teach a foreign language- effective among learners with limited English proficiency- educational effectiveness of BE-teaching the content in native tongue and gradually transitioning them to English over a period-for and against arguments-explores the various aspects as well as the benefits of BE. Comparison of BE with English immersion- critics regarded BE as ineffective and politically divisive-BE as the most beneficial and effective method- U.S media fail to highlight BE- BE as a political controversy than a set of pedagogical challenges- political...
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Policy And Practice In the Education of Bilingual Children
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...being extinguished by the second language which is English. Otto (2010) elaborates on Lambert’s theories on bilingualism. One issue in second language acquisition is its effect on the first language of the individual. The immense concentration necessary to learn a second language may create a negative impact on the first language. This is known as Subtractive bilingualism. When a child becomes fluent in a second language due to immersion in that language, there is a strong tendency to forget the first language, causing disruptions in communication with family members who only know the first language. Transmission of cultural beliefs and parenting interactions would need a shared language... ?Analysis of...
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Bilingual education
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...bilingual education promote separation, it let non-English students to resist assimilation in mainstream culture by avoiding dominant language. These students want to be part of mainstream society and benefits associated with it but without giving up their language and culture(Notes qtd. in “Bilingual Education”).Contrary to this observation, supporters believe that minority students can be part of their culture and language and learn English simultaneously. It is more about their identity and there is no point in giving up ones culture for becoming part of a mainstream culture. If it happens, the spirit of multicultural world would die. In fact... it is the diversity of though and ideas that...
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Bilingual education
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...Bilingual education Outline: Bilingual Education (BE)-using one’s native tongue to teach a foreign language- effective among learners with limited English proficiency- educational effectiveness of BE-teaching the content in native tongue and gradually transitioning them to English over a period-for and against arguments-explores the various aspects as well as the benefits of BE. Comparison of BE with English immersion- critics regarded BE as ineffective and politically divisive-BE as the most beneficial and effective method- U.S media fail to highlight BE- BE as a political controversy than a set of pedagogical challenges- political...
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Bilingual Education
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...Being Wrong "I have become notorious among certain leaders of America's Ethnic Left. I am considered a dupe, an ass, the fool, a Tom Brown, the brown Uncle Tom, interpreting the writing on the wall to a bunch of cigar-smoking pharaohs." (Rodriquez 4) The genius of Ricard (Richard) Rodriquez as a writer and a poet is overshadowed by the fury he evokes among America's Ethnic Left. However, his brilliance, does not equate to his being right about the lack of need for a bilingual education. Even though his argument against bilingual education is based on personal opinion, rather than scientific fact, Rodriquez is neither a fool nor dupe. In his autobiography... ID 12/12/2005 Rodriquez: The Brilliance of...
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Bilingual Education
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...bilingual education, one has to start by being ready to learn, being motivated and believing that they can learn the language and use it like its native speakers. Similarly, Krashen brings out the affective filter hypothesis which looks at acquiring a language through comprehensible input, which must reach the brain without undergoing any filtration by agents such as low motivation, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, fear of not understanding and anxiety. Should these filters exist, then language acquisition is hindered. To enhance language acquisition among bilingual... Bilingual Education Bilingual Education A learner endures a tough time deciding on a second language to take in school because of...
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Bilingual Education
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...bilingual education was rather an assentation of ethnic pride as well as a pedagogical approach since it revolved around self-determination. Most parents felt that the lack of the school system to address the diverse languages of the different students provided the students... Lecturer’s Proposition 227 is a law passed in California in 1998 whose main objective was to ensure all children in California public schools be taught in English. According to the proposition, English learners whom it defined as children whose native language is not English would be placed in temporarily in transition classes for a period not exceeding one year. This would enable them acquire adequate proficiency in English...
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Bilingual program
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...Bilingualism According to Roberts (1995), Wallace Lambert, in 1975, identified the outcomes which results from bilingual education programs as either additive bilingualism or subtractive bilingualism. Additive bilingualism results from a program wherein students maintain their first language and acquire their second language. Subtractive bilingualism is characterized by the situation wherein students lose their first language in the process of acquiring their second language. Students who experience additive bilingualism will show cognitive benefits such as meta-cognitive ability and greater mental... Running Head: WHAT MAKES A BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL What Makes a Bilingual Education...
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Emergent bilingual
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...bilinguals affiliation Emergent bilingual Question: Emergent bilinguals" is the most recent term being used by linguists to describe foreign- and second- language students. What do you think of Garcia (2009) views? Would you use the same term “emergent bilinguals” with deaf children”? Introduction: In this paper, the argument on whether the deaf children qualify to part of the emergent bilinguals is adequately addressed. In contrast to other groups of bilinguals, the deaf bilinguals use two different languages; that is a sign language and the oral language. Content: According to García & Kleifgen (2010), Bilinguals are students who are at the age of 3 to 21 years and are enrolled... in...
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Bilingual Education
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...Bilingual Education Is the bilingual education the surest way of imparting or acquainting knowledge to non-English speakers? Since the immigration of numerous people to the regions of the English speaking United States of America, they have sought ardently to sway their destiny regimes to implement bilingual education. This is because they will experience recognition together with having equal share of the offered education, especially for their children. The issue has proved to be controversial to the States. They feel that foreigners in the States are using force with rationale to force regimes to their demands....
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Bilingualism
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...bilingual children and individual achievement (Haydon 2003). Attention is not only turning to the academic and cultural benefits of bilingualism in children. Increasingly attention is being turned to how the improved language and communication skills of bilingual... ?What are the potential advantages of growing up bilingual? Discuss factors which are likely to support or inhibit these advantages. Introduction According to Hall, Larson and Marsh (2003), bilingual children are in a position to transfer acquired skills and confront challenges as they learn another language. This is particularly so when the new language has no connection to their first language and their specific cultures. The typical...
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Language Development Hypotheses
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...being exposed to two, three or more languages is simultaneously is a good policy for language development Recent researches have recognized the influence of the environment on the mental development and many attempts have been made to identify factors that provide advantages in cognitive development, one of which being bilingualism. A bilingual child is a child who learns two languages simultaneously in non-school settings. This occurs from the child’s exposure to two or more languages at home through one or both of his parents or outside it through a grand parent, a relative, a friend or a daycare worker. Psychologists and linguists have... For the normal baby good policy for language development,...
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Bilingual Memory
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...bilingualism has been very extensive since Uriel Weinreich, Ervin and Osgood paved the way through their seminal work. These scholars made suggestions compound/coordinate distinction that have since helped in the evaluation of the question on language storage aspect. That is, how do bilinguals store and organize language; is it as a single entity or in two small stores? Prior to this, there were three experimental approaches as used in bilingualism. They include word association and naming, language transfer and interference and recognition and recall. Experiments conducted (based on the three approaches) however, showed very contradicting results with regard to knowledge organization... ? Research in...
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Editi a paper
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...bilingual employees. there are many jobs that require a bilingual employee. Hence there is a huge demand as well as market for bilingual or multilingual people who can easily be employed in such organizations. A person who speaks two languages or more has more opportunities to find a job easily. There are also many other benefits of being a bilingual. As for my experience as a bilingual, I would say I am so luck for being so. As a bilingual, I have come across various incidences which point towards the significance of knowing more...
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Method of Bilingual Education
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...Bilingual Education Programs for Language-Minority Children. San Mateo, California: Aguirre International. Williams, R. (1976). A vocabulary of Culture and Society. Rev. Ed. N. Y.: Oxford UP. Zehm, S. J. and Kottler, J. A. (1993). On Being a Teacher: The Human Dimension. U.S.A: Corwin Press Inc.... Order # 197990 Method of Bilingual Education: Two-way Immersion A Thesis Proposal Presented to The Faculty of In Partial Fulfillment Of the requirements for...
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Benefits
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...benefits the employees of any companies have and opening the new means for employers to maintain their employees well. Retirement benefits will help employees to understand the advantages after work life and to attain those advantages after their work life by contributing some part of their salaries to the retirement funds and other forums the employer of the company has introduced. In this article, different types of retirement benefits are stated and process and nitti gritties... Article 14: An Evaluation This article basically addresses the issues and objectives related to employees for the employers. Retirement is the inevitable and unavoidable aspect of a work life. This article demonstrates the...
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Bilingual Education in Kindergarden
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...bilingual education in the kindergarten with English as a second language, it was found that the biggest challenge facing research into the phenomenon is that bilingual education consists of more than one language in the UK due to the country’s diversity (Adesope et al, 2010: p215). It was also found that most kindergartens use the transitional and submersion models of bilingual education, in which L1 is either temporally supported or not integrated at all. International aspects of bilingual education were also reviewed with Canada, Australia, and the US especially being considered. Whereas the Canadian model... Literature Review: Conclusion Conclusion In reviewing literature concerning the essence of...
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Benefits
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...benefits. The average salary in the United States is approximately $43,000 per year. Due to the intense competition in the labor market companies are able to differentiate themselves by offering superior benefit packages. Offering great benefits can help a company recruit talented employees. Good benefit packages help companies increase their employee retention rate. Some of the benefits that companies can provide to its employees include extended sick and vacation days, medical plan, profit sharing, stock option plans, pensions, IRA, 401k, maternity leave, paternity leave, wellness... The total compensation package an employee receives from a company is composed of two primary elements: salary and...
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Bilingual and Multilingual Education
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...bilingually. But the ideas of some people about children growing up in a bilingual environment (i.e growing up with the second or the third language) is discouraging and have not in any way benefit these children and may have adverse effect... Bilingual and multilingual Education Bilingual and multilingual education is said to be an educational program in which both a native language and a second language or third language are taught as subject matter and it is also used for academic subject as a media of instruction. The tradition of public bilingual education began in the United State during the 1840s, which is as a result of nativism of World War 1 and as a reaction to the large number non English...
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Benefits
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...Benefits Government-man d Benefits Lecturer: Government-Man d Benefits Summary National government policy requires employers to provide some benefits to all employees. These benefits (also known as social insurance programs) include unemployment compensations, Social Security, workers’ compensation, and family and medical leave. According to Dominguez’s report on Social Security and Medicare future funding, it has been postulated that both programs are expected to run out of funds sooner than anticipated. While the government’s health insurance for the elderly is predicted to come in 2024, Social Security will be depleted 12 years later; with both predictions associated... with this...
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Perks and Benefits in The Organisations
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...benefits are generally given to biological and surrogate mothers and include: Maternity leave with pay Financial assistance in medical facilities Specific packages There are no specific packages just time durations under which leave with pay is granted to pregnant women. New development in packages Recent developments have included surrogate mothers and parents who have adopted a child into the benefits act. Conclusion Conclusively, maternity benefits are the right of each and every employee and a failure by the employer in being unable to grant these benefits can result in a heavy fine and even imprisonment. HMO BENEFITS Introduction HMO... ? Benefits [Pick the FRINGE BENEFITS Introduction Fringe...
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Bilingual Education/ESL
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...Bilingual Education/ESL Introduction Societies with multilingual insists that foreign language learners should have strict linguistic requirements for their various professional and academic fields. An elevated level of linguistic knowledge in a foreign language is paramount for practicing a winning career in both the neighborhood and the international economy. The most successful way of encouraging the use of other languages at an earlier age is by use of educational programs. The Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) 1 symbolizes a frequently applied method in foreign language tutoring makes use of the aimed language to instruct other academic subjects. Even...
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Bilingual Education Essay
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...Bilingual Education Is the bilingual education the surest way of imparting or acquainting knowledge to non-English speakers? Since the immigration of numerous people to the regions of the English speaking United States of America, they have sought ardently to sway their destiny regimes to implement bilingual education. This is because they will experience recognition together with having equal share of the offered education, especially for their children. The issue has proved to be controversial to the States. They feel that foreigners in the States are using force with rationale to force regimes to their demands....
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Bilingual/ESL Education
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...being monolingual affect the work of a researcher in second language acquisition? Answer Having spent all of his life knowing one language severely hampers a monolingual researcher’s capability to understand the circumstances involved in learning a second language. Berhanrdt identified this difficulty as a “boxed-mindset”, which incapacitates the researcher to comprehensively examine and explain variables involved in multilingual research theme. The reason is that such researcher would be “inherently biased toward a particular surface structure (all current reading models are right branching, for example) and a particular view of literature (literacy is for everyone).” (Bernhardt 2003, p... 2 How would...
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Bilingual Education in Turkey
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...bilinguals of English Turkish and thus the standards of English proficiency is low. This leads to a mixture of English being taught. All in all the most essential language is Turkish since the university entrance exams is set in Turkish and there are after class review of the lessons being taught... Bilingual Education in Turkey Introduction Bilingualism is where by individuals or a society as a whole is competent in more than one official language. Turkey is one of the bilingual societies comprised of minority language speakers such as the Kurdish and Armenian. However, turkey has been trying to ensure that the ideology of one nation one language is achieved and that the ideology of one nation...
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Surveillance is increasingly being used in the workplace, what are the cost and benefits for the business
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...benefit greatly from surveillance techniques but the use of surveillance always has negative connotations attached to it. It is highly debatable if surveillance systems are really necessary in a workplace and most would agree that surveillance, first and foremost, serves as part of the security systems of a company. Without surveillance systems, employee crime would run rampant which will lead to financial loss for the company. This study was conducted to investigate the implications of surveillance systems... The Implications of Surveillance Systems on British Airways Surveillance has always been an issue on the part of the consumer and the employee as well as that of the employer. Businesses...
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Documented Argument on Bilingual Education
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...Bilingual education: an introductory reader. New York, NY: Tonawanda, 2007. Bilingual education: an introductory reader is an edited version by Garcia Ofelia and Baker Colin through the permission from the author and publisher. The copyright of the book is dated 2007, and it is printed, and bound in USA. It gives an overview of research on various language training programs. The chapter helps the learners to understand meaning of bilingual education and the various, contradictory elements of the bilingual education. It also outlines the effectiveness of the program by evaluating the various arguments concerning bilingual education. This article has... the necessary information required in...
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