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5 Ways to Raise a Bilingual Child When You Don’t Speak the Language

30/08/2014

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I always imagined my children would speak fluent Arabic, Spanish, French and English. Before having kids and up until the time they could talk, I thought this was totally realistic. Arabic they would get from their dad, a native speaker, Spanish they would learn from me, a non-native speaker but fluent, and French they would […]

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Code Switching – Why It Matters and How to Respond

05/08/2014

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Understanding code switching is very important for teachers and parents of bilingual kids. Click on the link below to read a great resource to identify and understand effective program policies and practice that promote children’s development and school readiness. The document in the link below is intended for teaching staff, family service workers, and leaders […]

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Five Reasons Why People Code-Switch

05/08/2014

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by MATT THOMPSON April 13, 201312:26 PM ET A sign in English, Chinese, and Vietnamese in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Monday, April 8, marked the launch of Code Switch, our new blog covering race, ethnicity and culture. To commemorate the blog’s launch, all week we solicited stories about code-switching — the practice of shifting the languages […]

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Coaching v Mentoring: What Works Best for Teachers?

05/08/2014

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Teacher Andrew Jones explains the difference between coaching and mentoring, and how they suit different professional development needs Andrew Jones explores how coaching can be used in education as part of teachers’ continuous professional development. Photograph: Giampiero Sposito/REUTERS   Most teachers have been mentored at some point in their career – whether as a PGCE […]

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Developing Collegial Trust Through Character and Competence

08/07/2014

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Postado originalmente em Lesley University Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative:
by Irene Fountas, Author and Director of Lesley University’s Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative “Without trust there can be no coaching” (Echeverria,and Olalla, 1993) As a coach for many years, I learned that trust and competence are the most important factors…

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Uma escola para muitas falas: Educação Bilíngue na Revista Pátio:

17/04/2014

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Em um país com as dimensões do Brasil, a diversidade linguística está presente em vários contextos escolares. Confira a reportagem de Silvana Azevedo aqui.

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Pós-graduação em Didática para a Educação Bilíngue, em São Paulo

16/04/2014

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Estão abertas as inscrições para o curso de pós-graduação em Didática para a Educação Bilíngue no Insituto Singularidades, em São Paulo. Veja abaixo mais informações, e visite o site do instituto aqui. Objetivo do curso: promover estudo e discussão aprofundada sobre a educação bilíngue nas escolas brasileiras e o bilinguismo como fenômeno individual e social.Público-alvo: […]

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Comercial multicultural da Coca Cola nos EUA, e a reação indignada de comentadores por lá

04/02/2014

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Comercial da Coca Cola no Super Bowl com a traditional música “America the Beautiful’ irrita críticos conservadores Glenn Beck e Fox News estão entree os indignados pela canção patriótica cantada em sete línguas. por ETHAN SACKS / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Texto original em inglês disponível em http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/coca-cola-super-bowl-ad-angers-conservatives-article-1.1600849#ixzz2sKWKQNum MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014, 5:09 PM Observação: a tradução está em preto, […]

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Think Twice, Speak Once: Bilinguals Process Both Languages Simultaneously

30/10/2013

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Sep. 10, 2013 — Bilingual speakers can switch languages seamlessly, likely developing a higher level of mental flexibility than monolinguals, according to Penn State linguistic researchers. “In the past, bilinguals were looked down upon,” said Judith F. Kroll, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Linguistics and Women’s Studies. “Not only is bilingualism not bad for you, it may […]

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How Bilinguals Switch Between Languages

29/10/2013

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May 20, 2013 — Individuals who learn two languages at an early age seem to switch back and forth between separate “sound systems” for each language, according to new research conducted at the University of Arizona. The research, to be published in a forthcoming issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, addresses […]

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