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Bilingual Education: Resources
Bilingual Education: Resources listed at Ohio University
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Children and Bilingualism
Children and Bilingualism
According to the 1990 United States Census, one in seven or 31.8 million people speak a language other than English in their home. In the past, second generation children were encouraged to adopt the customs, culture, and language of what was identified as the majority culture. Today, with greater recognition and celebration of cultural differences, people are more likely to maintain and share their primary language with their children and to promote bilingualism as a reflection of ethnic pride and identity.
What is Bilingualism? | How Do I Teach My Child to be Bilingual? | Will Using Two Languages Cause Speech Language Problems? |
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