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bilingual

(bī′lĭng′gwĭl)
Being able to speak and write in a semantically correct and fluent style in two languages.
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One consequence of the current, subtractive form of bilingual education is that language is racialized to systematically exclude Others (Rosa, 2016).
Traditional models of bilingual education teach English learners math, reading, and other subjects in their first language in kindergarten and 1st grade: often, only 10 percent of instruction is in English in the first two years.
It is odd, however, that people should continue to quote exclusively Bialystok's work on Alzheimer's in French/English bilinguals when we have our own study carried out by Bangor University's Prof Linda Clare, Dr Enlli Thomas et al.
The Tainan Flower, Wusheng, and Yanxing night markets now have bilingual menus, while the Sinying, Xinshi, Jiali, Yongda, and Xiaobei night markets will be fitted with them in the future.
Another study analyzed the values of VOT measurements in non-voiced plosive sounds [p, t, k] of BP and English in five bilingual children from 8 to 9 years old.
"By promoting bilingual paraprofessionals to become teachers, it also creates a sense of hope in students that they too can succeed in becoming exceptional bilingual teachers," Wood says.
The small available labor pool in Denver reflects the potential strength of the local economy and also mirrors the challenges that employers are experiencing nationwide to recruit Bilingual career seekers.
The participants - 24 French-English bilingual infants and 24 bilingual adults - were shown two photographs of familiar objects and asked to identify one.
The researchers tested bilingual adults as a control group and used the same photographs and eye-tracking procedure as tested on bilingual infants to examine whether these language-control mechanisms were the same across a bilingual speaker's life.
The growing number of bilingual Latino students in the United States is well documented (Garcia & Jensen, 2010).
According to this report, 25 states and the District of Columbia currently offer some type of bilingual teacher certification, given the increases in demands for dual language programs.
Groot and Christoffels (2006) focused on the different forms of language processing that monolingual and bilingual speakers use (Groot & Christoffels, 2006).
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