Immersion Education : Practices, Policies, Possibilities / edited by Diane J. Tedick, Donna Christian and Tara Williams Fortune.
Collaborateur(s) :Tedick, Diane J | Christian, Donna | Fortune, Tara Williams.Collection :Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. Éditeur : Toronto : Multilingual Matters, 2011Edition :1st ed.Description :xix, 289 p. : ill., map ; 21 cm.ISBN : 9781847694034 (hbk); 9781847694027 (pbk).Sujet(s) : Immersion method (Language teaching) | Language and languages -- Study and teaching | Education, BilingualGenre/Forme :Electronic books.Ressources en ligne:Publisher's Website. | Check the uOttawa Library catalogue.
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Volume 83 in the Bilingual Education and Bilingualism series.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This volume builds on Fortune and Tedick’s 2008 Pathways to Multilingualism: Evolving Perspectives on Immersion Education and 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 programs. Contributors present new research and reflect on possibilities for strengthening practices and policies in immersion education. Questions explored include: What possibilities for program design exist in charter programs for both two-way and indigenous models? How do studies on learner outcomes lead to possibilities for improvements in program implementation? How do existing policies and practices affect struggling immersion learners and what possibilities can be imagined to better serve such learners? In addressing such questions, the volume invites readers to consider the possibilities of immersion education to enrich the language development and educational achievement of future generations of learners." (Book Cover)
1. The Future of Immersion Education : An Invitation to 'Dwell in Possibility' / Diane J. Tedick, Donna Christian and Tara Williams Fortune
PART 1: PRACTICES IN IMMERSION PROGRAM DESIGN
2. Integrating Multiple Languages in Immersion: Swedish Immersion in Finland / Siv Björklund and Karita Mard-Miettinen
3. Insights from Indigenous Language Immersion in Hawai'i / William H. Wilson and Kauanoe Kamana
4. Two-Way Immersion Charter Schools: An Analysis of Program Characteristics and Student Body Compositions / Gary Zehrbach
PART 2 : PROGRAM OUTCOMES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE
5. Student Outcomes in Chinese Two-Way Immersion Programs: Language Proficiency, Academic Achievement and Student Attitudes / Kathryn Lindholm-Leary
6. The Same Outcomes for All? High-School Students Reflect on Their Two-Way Immersion Program Experiences / Ester J. de Jong and Carol I. Bearse
7. French Immersion Studies at the University of Ottawa: Programme Evaluation and Pedagogical Challenges / Sandra Burger, Alysse Weinberg, Carla Hall, Parvin Movassat and Amelia Hope
PART 3: LANGUAGE USE AND ASSESSMENT PRACTICES IN IMMERSION PROGRAMS
8. I Thought That We Had Good Irish': Irish Immersion Students' Insights into Their Target Language Use / Padraig O. Duibhir
9. Talking in the Fifth-Grade Classroom: Language Use in an Early, Total Spanish Immersion Program / Maggie A. Broner and Diane J. Tedick
10. Using Language Assessment to Inform Instruction in Indigenous Language Immersion / Lizette Peter, Gloria Sly and Tracy Hirata-Edds
PART 4: POLICY AND PRACTICE IN IMMERSION EDUCATION
11. Context and Constraints: Immersion in Hong Kong and Mainland China / Philip Hoare
12. US Immigrants and Two-Way Immersion Policies: The Mismatch between District Designs and Family Experiences / Lisa M. Dorner
13. Struggling Learners and the Language Immersion Classroom / Tara Williams Fortune
CONCLUDING SYNTHESIS CHAPTER FOR THE VOLUME
14. Reflecting on Possibilities for Immersion / Fred Genesee