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Equal rights to the curriculum : many languages, one message

Author: Eithne Gallagher
Publisher: Clevedon : Multilingual Matters, ©2008.
Series: Parents' and teachers' guides, no. 10.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book addresses issues that educators, policymakers and parents of linguistically diverse children face when teaching in, administrating or choosing an International School. It draws on theory to  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eithne Gallagher
ISBN: 9781847690678 184769067X 9781847690685 1847690688 9781847690692 1847690696
OCLC Number: 1015526028
Description: 168 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: AcknowledgementsForeword by Jim CumminsIntroductionChapter 1. Hidden and Overt Power Structures in International SchoolsChapter 2. Research, Theory and Good PracticeChapter 3. Third Culture ChildrenChapter 4. ESL Parents - Seen But Not HeardChapter 5. Promoting Other LanguagesChapter 6. Choosing an Effective International School for Your ChildGlossaryBibliographyFurther ReadingAppendix 1 - An Internationalism AuditIndex
Series Title: Parents' and teachers' guides, no. 10.
Responsibility: Eithne Gallagher.


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Gallagher's practical and readable book can be seen as a tool for parents and educators who are directly affected, as we all are, by the hegemony of the English language. Gallagher does a thorough Read more...

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