One Child, Many Worlds: Early Learning in Multicultural Communities
By drawing on the experiences of children aged 3 to 8 attending schools in the US, Britain, Germany, Iceland, and Australia, the authors of these eleven case studies aim to provide insights into what it means for young children to enter a new language and culture in school. They examine the scope of out-of-school language and learning practices, i.e. the role of care givers, siblings, and community language classes. They aim to help teachers develop culturally responsive teaching programs based on an awareness of the knowledge children bring from home and the community. Finally, they suggest ways in which the teacher can act as mediator of a new language and culture in school.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Setting the Scene the Multiple Worlds
Up to Five Learning to Live With Different Languages
9 من الأقسام الأخرى غير ظاهرة
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
activities adults Aisha asked Bengali bilingual children Birna bolah Cambridge child children learn class teacher classroom cognitive context cultural Curriculum discussion doo doo doo early Elsey Elsey's Elva emergent bilinguals English experiences film German girls gonna grandmother Gregory Gujarati home language Icelandic important Imrul interaction Jamilla Karelia Kelli kindergarten knowledge language and literacy language development learning to read lessons linguistic literacy events literacy practices London mainstream Maruf Meera monkey monolingual mother tongue Multilingual Nadia Naseem Nazma Nelson nursery Pahari Pakistan parents participation patterns peers Petticoat Lane market play pupils questions Qur'an Qur'anic classes Raja Rameen recitation script recognise role Samoan American second language siblings sister skills social speak speech events story strategies Sylheti talk teaching Torres Strait Creole Torres Strait Islander Turkish Ulich understanding University Press Urdu vocabulary words writing Zeynep Zohra