Jim Cummins grew up speaking Irish and English, and has drawn on that experience to develop innovative practices of teaching bilingual children, mostly in Canada. British psychologists and educators apply his ideas to the educational assessment of children who alternate between two or more languages every day, and will eventually have to be proficient in all of them in order to communication with people who are important in their lives. No index. Distributed in the US by Taylor and Francis. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORThis case study therefore illustrates the schematic representation depicted in Figure 5.2. Case Study 2 An eleven-year-old boy - from a Punjabi speaking family. Reason for referral - learning difficulties in the first year of secondary school.
|Title||:||Curriculum Related Assessment, Cummins and Bilingual Children|
|Author||:||Tony Cline, Norah Frederickson|
|Publisher||:||Multilingual Matters - 1996-01-01|