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Rethinking Heritage Language Education

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  • Page extent: 294 pages
  • Size: 244 x 170 mm
  • Weight: 0.52 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9781107437623)

A collaborative series with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, drawing practical insights from international research. The Cambridge Education Research series publishes in three strands. The Teacher Education strand provides a re-examination of aspects of national and international teacher education systems or analysis of contextual examples of innovative practice. The International Education Reform strand examines the global and country-specific moves to reform education and teacher development. Books in the Language Education strand address the multilingual context of education in different national and international settings.

Contents

Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; Series editors' preface; Introduction Peter Pericles; 1. Mainstreaming plurilingualism - restructuring heritage language provision in schools Jim Cummings; 2. Teaching heritage language learners - a study of programme profiles, practices and needs Maria Carreira; 3. Rethinking heritage languages - ideologies, identities, practices and priorities in Canada and China Patricia A. Duff and Duanduan Li; 4. The place of heritage languages in language education in Australia - a conceptual challenge Angela Scarino; 5. Courses in the language and culture of origin and their impact on youth development in cultural transition - a study amongst immigrant and dual-heritage youth in Switzerland Elena Makarova; 6. Language policies in the context of Australian civic pluralism Eugenia Arvanitis, Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope; 7. Communities taking the lead - mapping heritage language education assets Themistoklis Aravossitas; 8. Overcoming challenges of language choice in heritage language development amongst multilingual immigrant families James C. Kigamwa; 9. The impact of the CEFR on Canada's linguistic plurality - a space for heritage languages? Enrica Piccardo; 10. Strengthening our teacher community - consolidating a 'signature pedagogy' for the teaching of Spanish as heritage language MarĂ­a Luisa Parra; 11. Canada's 'other' language - the role of non-official languages in ethnic persistence Jack Jedwab; 12. Rethinking heritage language in a critical pedagogy framework Panayota Gounari.

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