The Handbook of Bilingual and Multilingual Education
Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics 1. Aufl.
The Handbook of Bilingual and Multilingual Education presents the first comprehensive international reference work of the latest policies, practices, and theories related to the dynamic interdisciplinary field of bilingual and multilingual education. Represents the first comprehensive reference work that covers bilingual, multilingual, and multicultural educational policies and practices around the world Features contributions from 78 established and emerging international scholars Offers extensive coverage in sixteen chapters of language and education issues in specific and diverse regional/geographic contexts, including South Africa, Mexico, Latvia, Cambodia, Japan, and Texas Covers pedagogical issues such as language assessment as well as offering evolving perspectives on the needs of specific learner populations, such as ELLs, learners with language impairments, and bilingual education outside of the classroom
Acknowledgments xi Notes on Contributors xiii 1 Introduction: Key Concepts and Issues in Bilingual and Multilingual Education 1Wayne E. Wright, Sovicheth Boun, and Ofelia García Section 1 Foundations for Bilingual and Multilingual Education 17 2 Egalitarian Bi/multilingualism and Trans©\semiotizing in a Global World 19Angel Lin 3 Bilingualism and Creativity: An Educational Perspective 38Anatoliy V. Kharkhurin 4 Language Acquisition in Bilingual Education 56Guadalupe Valdés, Luis Poza, and Maneka Deanna Brooks 5 Literacy in Bilingual and Multilingual Education 75Viv Edwards 6 Culture in Bilingual and Multilingual Education: Conflict, Struggle, and Power 92Laura A. Valdiviezo and Sonia Nieto 7 A Synthesis of Research on Bilingual and Multilingual Education 109Colin Baker and Gwyn Lewis 8 Researching Bilingual and Multilingual Education Multilingually: A Linguistic Ethnographic Approach 127Angela Creese, Adrian Blackledge, with Arvind Bhatt, Carla Jonsson, Kasper Juffermans, Jinling Li, Peter Martin, Anu Muhonen, and Jaspreet Kaur Takhi 9 Intersections of Language Ideology, Power, and Identity: Bilingual Education and Indigenous LanguageRevitalization in French Polynesia 145Mirose Paia, Jim Cummins, Isabelle Nocus, Marie Salaün, and Jacques Vernaudon 10 Language Policy and Planning in Education 164Terrence G. Wiley 11 Language Rights 185Tove Skutnabb©\Kangas Section 2 Pedagogical Issues and Practices in Bilingual and Multilingual Education 203 Practices and Pedagogies for Bilingualism and Multilingualism 203 12 Programs and Structures in Bilingual and Multilingual Education 205Nelson Flores and Hugo Baetens Beardsmore 13 Translanguaging, Bilingualism, and Bilingual Education 223Ofelia García and Li Wei 14 Multiliteracies, Pedagogies, and Academic Literacy 241Madhav Kafle and Suresh Canagarajah 15 Language Assessment: Past to Present Misuses and Future Possibilities 253Elana Shohamy and Kate Menken 16 Teacher Education and Support 270Anne©\Marie de Mejía and Christine Hélot 17 Parent and Community Involvement in Bilingual and Multilingual Education 282M. Beatriz Arias School Levels and Special Populations 299 18 Early Childhood Education and Dual Language Learners 301Eugene E. García and Amy M. Markos 19 Primary School Bilingual Education: Pedagogical Issues and Practices 319María Estela Brisk, Ester J. de Jong, and Meredith C. Moore 20 Secondary Bilingual Education: Cutting the Gordian Knot 336Christian Faltis and Frank Ramirez©\Marín 21 Bi/Multilingual Higher Education: Perspectives and Practices 354Christa van der Walt 22 Bilingual Education and Students with Dis/Abilities and Exceptionalities 372Teddi Beam©\Conroy and Patricia Alvarez McHatton 23 Bilingual Deaf Education 391Timothy Reagan 24 Bilingual©\Multilingual Education and Indigenous Peoples 409Tiffany S. Lee and Teresa L. McCarty 25 Nonformal Bilingual Education 428Lesley Bartlett and Monisha Bajaj Section 3 Global Dimensions of Bilingual and Multilingual Education 447 26 A Dual Language Revolution in the United States? On the Bumpy Road from Compensatory to Enrichment Education for Bilingual Children in Texas 449Deborah K. Palmer, Christian E. Zuñiga, and Kathryn Henderson 27 Global Dimensions of Bilingual and Multilingual Education: Canada 461Thomas Ricento 28 Minority Languages, State Languages, and English in European Education 473Jasone Cenoz and Durk Gorter 29 Contested Notions of Bilingualism and Trilingualism in the People’s Republic of China 484Anwei Feng and Bob Adamson 30 Bilingual Education in Japan: Slow but Steady Progress 495Akie Tomozawa and Junko Majima 31 Breaking the Façade of Linguistic and Cultural Homogeneity: Education for Multicultural Children in South Korea 506Jin Sook Lee 32 Striving for Education for All through Bilingual Education in Cambodia 517Wayne E. Wright and Sovicheth Boun 33 Bilingual and Multilingual Education in Brunei and Malaysia: Policies and Practices 531Gary M. Jones 34 Multilingual Education in South Asia: The Burden of the Double Divide 542Minati Panda and Ajit K. Mohanty 35 “Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth”: Tension and Conflict between Language Institutions in South Africa 554Sinfree Makoni and Busi Makoni 36 A Panoramic View of Bilingual Education in Sub©\Saharan Africa: Reorienting the Lens for the Future 566Leketi Makalela 37 Language Education in Mexico: Access, Equity, and Ideology 578Peter Sayer and Mario López Gopar 38 Indigenous Youth and Adult Education in Latin America 592Luis Enrique López 39 Multilingual Education across Oceania 604Joseph Lo Bianco 40 Language, Conflict, and Social Change: Arabic Bilingual Education in the Middle East and North Africa 618Zeena Zakharia 41 Bilingual and Multilingual Education in the Former Soviet Republics: The Case of Latvia 632Gatis Dil¨¡ns and Brigita Zepa Index 645
Wayne E. Wright is Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, Professor, and Barbara I. Cook Chair of Literacy and Language in the College of Education at Purdue University. He is Co-Editor of the Journal of Language, Identity and Education, and Editor of the Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement. His most recent books are the 6th edition of Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism (with Colin Baker, 2017), and the 2nd edition of Foundations for Teaching English Language Learners: Research, Theory, Policy, & Practice (2015). Sovicheth Boun is an Assistant Professor of ESL and Literacy in the Department of Secondary and Higher Education at Salem State University. His research interests include bi-/multilingual education and policies (in both Cambodia and the U.S.), language ideologies, language teacher identities, and K-12 schooling experiences of Southeast Asian American students. Ofelia García is Professor in the Ph.D. programs in Urban Education and Hispanic and Luso Brazilian Literatures and Languages at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She has been Professor of Bilingual Education at Columbia University's Teachers College, and at The City College of New York; and has been Dean of the School of Education at the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University. García has published widely in the areas of sociology of language, language policy, bilingualism, and bilingual education. She is the General Editor of the International Journal of the Sociology of Language and the co-editor of Language Policy (with H. Kelly-Holmes).
"Written by the foremost authorities in the field, this major volume provides introductions and foundations but also significant challenges and innovative analyses, important for both experienced and new researchers." Michael Byram, Professor Emeritus University of Durham "This Handbook will acquaint bilingual teachers and language educators with the 'multilingual turn' in bilingual education and help them place bilingual policies, politics, and practices into the larger framework of a globalized world. It offers a rich panorama of the theoretical foundations and historical developments of the field of bi/multilingual education, as well as vivid examples of bi/multilingual policy and practice in various regions of the world. The 78 distinguished contributors come from various areas of linguistics, applied linguistics, education, and literacy studies, offering a comprehensive state-of-the-art survey of research." Claire Kramsch, UC Berkeley, USA "This book is a landmark in the field of bilingual and multilingual education. It is a key resource for researchers, policy makers and educators who need to be informed of all existing options for educating children and young adults in the globalized and diverse world of the 21st century." Melissa Moyer, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain The Handbook of Bilingual and Multilingual Education is the first comprehensive reference work to address the policies, pedagogical practices, and educational theories related to the dynamic interdisciplinary field of bilingual and multilingual education, in a truly international way. The editors have drawn together a stellar team of established and emerging scholars from across the globe to address the theoretical foundations of bilingual and multilingual education and explore issues of pedagogy (including language assessment and teacher support) and special populations (from early childhood to adulthood, including learners with specific language impairments, and language learning outside the classroom). The Handbook examines specific regions from around the world, exploring issues of policy and perception in contexts as diverse as Japan, South Africa, Mexico, and Cambodia. Sixteen robust case studies, paired with the theoretical and pedagogical foundations, combine to make this Handbook a vital resource for students and educators alike engaging in this critical and vibrant field.
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