This volume showcases the practice and promise of immersion education through in-depth investigations of program design, implementation practices, and policies in one-way, two-way and indigenous immersion programs. Contributors present new research and reflect on possibilities for strengthening practices and policies in immersion education to increase programmatic impact and promote higher levels of language proficiency and literacy among learners.gradersa#39; usage of third-person singular and plural present tense verbs has yielded important information about immersion studentsa#39; ability to ... verb forms, and are expected to produce sentences describing present, past and future actions and to retell a short story. In reviewing the results of the initial administration of the assessment to first graders in 2007, it was revealed that, overall, children could notanbsp;...
|Author||:||Diane J. Tedick, Donna Christian, Tara Williams Fortune|
|Publisher||:||Multilingual Matters -|