Immersion Education International Perspectives - Johnson Robert Keith

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Immersion Education International Perspectives - Johnson Robert Keith
Kód9780521586559
AutorJohnson Robert Keith
Počet stran332
Jazykangličtina
Rok vydání2009
VydavatelCAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Běžná cena s DPH1 230 Kč
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Anotace: kniha se zaměřuje na jazykové vzdělávání z mezinárodní perspektivy Popis: Within bilingual education of immersion education of instruction. This volume illustrates the implementation of immersion education in North America foreign language: immersion in Eastern Europe - a Hungarian EFL experiment; Benowa High - a decade of French immersion in Australia. Part 2 Immersion for majority language students in a minority language: late late immersion University of Ottawa; immersion in Finland in the 1980s - a state of development and expansion. Part 3 Immersion for language revival: indigenous language immersion in Hawaii - a case study of Kula Kaiapuni Hawaii; Part 4 Immersion for language support: the Catalan immersion programem: reflections on immersion education in the Basque country. Part 5 Immersion in a language of power: the Hong Kong education system - late immersion under stress; immersion in Singapore preschools; the Molteno project - a case study of immersion for English-Medium instruction in South Africa. Part 6 Lessons from experience and new directions: lessons from U.S. immersion programems - two decades of experience; innovations in immersion - the key school two-way bilingual model; from semantic to syntactic processing - how can we promote it in the immersion classroom? Contents: Immersion - a category within bilingual education. Part 1 Immersion in a foreign language: immersion in Eastern Europe - a Hungarian EFL experiment; Benowa High - a decade of French immersion in Australia. Part 2 Immersion for majority language students in a minority language: late late immersion University of Ottawa; immersion in Finland in the 1980s - a state of development and expansion. Part 3 Immersion for language revival: indigenous language immersion in Hawaii - a case study of Kula Kaiapuni Hawaii; Part 4 Immersion for language support: the Catalan immersion programem: reflections on immersion education in the Basque country. Part 5 Immersion in a language of power: the Hong Kong education system - late immersion under stress; immersion in Singapore preschools; the Molteno project - a case study of immersion for English-Medium instruction in South Africa. Part 6 Lessons from experience and new directions: lessons from U.S. immersion programems - two decades of experience; innovations in immersion - the key school two-way bilingual model; from semantic to syntactic processing - how can we promote it in the immersion classroom?