The chapters presented in this book examine a number of issues surrounding the distribution of languages used in bilingual teaching. They cover bilingual classrooms, classroom interaction and technological advances in teaching. Two major case studies are also included.or for information to confirm/clarify what was said or understood (i.e. What did you say? ... When Spanish is considered, first grade immersion strategy teachers ask more referential (68.3%) and clarification (10.0%) questions than in Englishanbsp;...
|Title||:||Language Distribution Issues in Bilingual Schooling|
|Author||:||Rodolfo Jacobson, Christian Faltis|
|Publisher||:||Multilingual Matters - 1990|