Pattern responses indicated that parents perceived themselves to be vested in their gifted child's education. These responses also indicated that the gifted students perceived their parents involvement as invaluable in determining their academic achievement. The benefits of being multilingual were recognized by all three groups. They all acknowledged the future benefits of speaking more than one language such as more employment opportunities and increased ability to communicate.How many children do you have? Ages? ... How many languages do you speak?, Read?, Write? Do you ... Do your parents encourage you to speak, read and/or write a language other than English? How do you ... What do they say? What doanbsp;...
|Title||:||Factors Contributing to the Academic Achievements of Hispanic Gifted Children|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|