By Stan Shapson, V D'Oyley
This e-book offers a conceptualisation of bilingual (French-English) and multicultural schooling. Its major reasons are to synthesise fresh responses to bilingual and multicultural schooling; to spot the problems bobbing up out of the colleges’ responses to those new demanding situations; and to envision destiny instructions for academic coverage.
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Subtle language characteristics such as accent and intonation are ignored in this generalization. However, this claim for efficiency by the older learner can be made, whether we are talking about learning a second language or mathematics, geography or physics. There is also very < previous page page_26 next page > < previous page page_27 next page > Page 27 strong support in favour of the position that the more time spent studying a second language, the greater the probability that the individual will achieve a high level of sophistication in the language.
Most notably, in education, it included the formation of a provincial Ministry of Education, and subsequently the creation of universal, and compulsory, elementary and secondary education, and the development of a province-wide system of junior colleges. Culturally, the Quiet Revolution was marked by the assurgence of the French language, which previously had occupied a position secondary to that of English despite the fact that 80% of the province's residents were French-speakingmany, in fact, spoke only French.
At the higher levels, the students must be highly motivated to overcome the language barrier, and at the same time, to master the more complex curriculum content being presented through French. It has been suggested that for certain children, it would be disadvantageous to teach a second language. The suggestion has been made that some children are more predisposed to develop learning disabilities in second language programs of the early immersion type than they would be in a regular English program (Trites, 1978).
Bilingual & Multicultural Education: Canadian Perspectives (Multilingual Matters) by Stan Shapson, V D'Oyley