The Routledge Handbook of Heritage Language Education: From Innovation to Program Building
The Routledge Handbook of Heritage Language Education provides the rapidly growing and globalizing field of heritage language (HL) education with a cohesive overview of HL programs and practices relating to language maintenance and development, setting the stage for future work in the field. Driving this effort is the belief that if research and pedagogical advances in the HL field are to have the greatest impact, HL programs need to become firmly rooted in educational systems. Against a background of cultural and linguistic diversity that characterizes the twenty-first century, the volume outlines key issues in the design and implementation of HL programs across a range of educational sectors, institutional settings, sociolinguistic conditions, and geographical locations, specifically: North and Latin America, Europe, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Cambodia. All levels of schooling are included as the teaching of the following languages are discussed: Albanian, Arabic, Armenian (Eastern and Western), Bengali, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Czech, French, Hindi-Urdu, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Pasifika languages, Persian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Vietnamese, and Yiddish. These discussions contribute to the development and establishment of HL instructional paradigms through the experiences of “actors on the ground” as they respond to local conditions, instantiate current research and pedagogical findings, and seek solutions that are workable from an organizational standpoint. The Routledge Handbook of Heritage Language Education is an ideal resource for researchers and graduate students interested in heritage language education at home or abroad.
Hva folk mener - Skriv en omtale
Vi har ikke funnet noen omtaler på noen av de vanlige stedene.
AllDay Pre Primary and Secondary Schools
Opportunities and Challenges
The Impact of Government Policy and Sociopolitical Change
Andre utgaver - Vis alle
approach Arabic Armenian Armenian language Australia background Berlin bilingual Cambodia Carreira chapter Chinese Chinese language classes classroom community languages complementary schools context countries cultural curriculum Czech HL Czech language discussed diversity Eastern Armenian English enrollments ethnic Europe European families FHLP focus foreign language French German groups heritage language heritage language education heritage speakers high schools Hindi-Urdu HL courses HL education HL learners HL programs HL schools HL teaching HLLs identity immigrants implementation innovation institutionalization institutions Japan Japanese Kagan Khmer Korean Korean language language education language policy language programs learning linguistic literacy Lithuania mainstream Mandarin migrants Ministry minority mother tongue multilingual needs offered organization parents participants Pasifika languages pedagogy population practices preschool proficiency Retrieved role Russian Russian language SESB social Spanish survey teachers tion Turkish U.S. Census Bureau University Vietnamese Vilnius Yiddish Zealand