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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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Since many bilingual teacher candidates lack experiences learning in bilingual settings, due to their own schooling in Structured English Immersion (3) contexts, they need exposure to bilingual contexts (e.g., classroom observations, visitations) prior to their clinical practice placements.
Unfortunately, there has been little research examining bilinguals' perceptions of code switching.
This short-term experience also brought about some attitudinal changes in the teenage bilingual. After the trip, SW became much more positive toward the value of his dual language ability.
In the United States, Latinx (1) K-12 students receive explicit and implicit messages that their linguistic practices are not welcome in the classroom, resulting in subtractive bilingual education (Cervantes-Soon, 2014; Flores, 2016).
Perhaps we should pay more attention to another eminent linguistic psychologist, Prof Kenneth Paap, of San Francisco University: "More than 80% of the tests for bilingual advantages conducted after 2011 yield null results and those resulting in significant bilingual advantages tend to have small sample sizes."
"Researchers used to think this 'bilingual advantage' was from bilinguals' practice dealing with their two languages while speaking," he said.
To determine infants' ability to monitor and control language, the researchers showed 24 French-English bilingual infants and 24 adults in Montreal pairs of photographs of familiar objects.
KEYWORDS: bilingual education, novice teacher, teacher noticing, repertoire of practice, teacher development
Language development for bilingual children is very similar to that of monolingual children.
Doherty reckons that while there are opportunities for fluent bilinguals, the overall market is not so great.
However, he also argues that given the type of recognised qualification that bilinguals have, they should earn more.