Bibliography: Bilingual Education (page 187 of 829)

This annotated bibliography is reformatted and customized by the Center for Positive Practices.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Springfield. Illinois State Board of Education, Jeanne S. Park, Quebec (Quebec). International Center for Research on Bilingualism. Laval Univ., Washington Congress of the U.S., Albert H. Marckwardt, Blandina Cardenas, Lorne Laforge, Warren F. Seibert, Constanza Kempf, and Margaret Boyce Prather.

Illinois State Board of Education, Springfield. (1980). Minimum Requirements for State Certificates. Revised August 1, 1980. This booklet sets forth the standards established by the state of Illinois for certification of school personnel. Application procedures for certification by transcript evaluation and for individuals with foreign credentials are described. Important dates for changes in certification requirements are noted. Also described is the possible waiver of additional student teaching for teachers with successful teaching experience. Certification requirements are detailed in the areas of: (1) elementary education; (2) high school; (3) area of specialization; (4) early childhood education; (5) provisional (including vocational) education; (6) substitute teaching; (7) adult education; (8) school services; (9) administrative services; and (10) transitional bilingual education. Procedures for appeals, application, and teacher aide approval are also presented.   [More]  Descriptors: Administrator Qualifications, Bilingual Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Pupil Personnel Workers

Jacobson, Rodolfo (1975). The Bilingual's Two Languages: Duplication or Compartmentalization. This paper describes the positions taken by culturalists and by language sociologists with regard to bilingualism, and discusses the implications of their positions for bilingual education. The former emphasizes duplication of the two languages, the latter their compartmentalization. The first position may not justify a carefully planned bilingual program; the second may prove too rigid for a fluid society. A conciliatory solution is suggested which makes extensive use of skillful code-switching, and which avoids compartmentalization and redundancy while in essence being a full bilingual program. An innovative program at the University of Texas as San Antonio is cited as an example of such a bilingual bicultural program.   [More]  Descriptors: Biculturalism, Bilingual Education, Bilingual Teachers, Bilingualism

Chicago Board of Education, IL. Dept. of Curriculum. (1975). Datos Historicos de Puerto Rico (Historical Facts on Puerto Rico). Preliminary Edition. A volume of information about Puerto Rican history and culture is designed for use by teachers in the bilingual education program of the Chicago public schools to support cultural awareness among native Spanish-speaking students. Six chapters outline important information concerning: the history of Puerto Rico, some aspects of the life of the Indians, a historical synopsis of arts and crafts, the life and development of Puerto Rican dance, popular iconography, and brief biographies of 76 prominent Puerto Ricans. The text is entirely in Spanish. Descriptors: Art History, Bilingual Education, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Education

Seibert, Warren F. (1976). Instructional Television: The Best of ERIC, 1974-1975. This bibliography contains annotations of reports, reviews, and other documents on instructional television indexed and available through the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC). This paper serves as an update to two earlier papers published by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources in 1972 and 1973. Coverage includes children and television, influencing skills and attitudes, policy and funding, programing research and evaluation, and satellite and cable systems. The general effects of television, television for adults, bilingual education, and television in a foreign setting are also covered.   [More]  Descriptors: Adults, Annotated Bibliographies, Bilingual Education, Cable Television

Laforge, Lorne, Comp. (1989). Bulletin bibliographique sur le bilinguisme et le contact des langues. BIBELO: Bibliographie informatisee sur le bilinguisme et l'enseignement des langues officielles (Bibliographic Report on Bilingualism and Language Contact. BIBELO: Computerized Bibliography on Bilingualism and the Teaching of Official Languages). This annotated bibliography contains over 450 citations of monographs, essays, readings, articles, unpublished documents, research reports, bibliographies, papers, instructional materials, and other publications concerning bilingual education, bilingualism, official language instruction, and French and English language instruction in Canada. The items are collected from a Canadian bilingualism and language research database, and are annotated in English and/or French. Information presented for each entry includes bibliographic data, an annotation of content, and indexing and descriptive terms. The items are indexed by subject, French and English descriptors, and document type.   [More]  Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, English

Wong, Anna, Comp. (1980). Bibliography of Chinese Bilingual Title VII Project-Developed Curriculum Materials. This bibliography lists all the books and materials developed and published by the San Francisco Unified School District for students in bilingual education programs. Most of the materials are intended for elementary grades, although a few are appropriate for use in secondary grades. The bibliography is arranged according to the following subject areas: (1) Chinese language arts, (2) music, (3) science, and (4) social studies. Each listing includes title, author, grade level, languages used, number of pages, and a short description of the material. The materials feature aspects of both Chinese and American culture.   [More]  Descriptors: Biculturalism, Bilingual Education, Bilingual Instructional Materials, Chinese

Park, Jeanne S., Comp. (1980). Winners, All! 50 Outstanding Education Projects That Help Disadvantaged Children. This booklet describes 50 Title I programs that have been validated by the Education Division of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare as exemplary. The descriptions, written originally for use in newspapers and by radio and television stations, tell how the programs operate, what makes them successful, and how the students are achieving. Most descriptions focus on reading and language arts programs, but examples of math programs, programs with high levels of parental participation, individualized instruction, and bilingual education are included. Names and addresses of persons to contact for further information about each program are included.   [More]  Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Compensatory Education, Demonstration Programs, Educationally Disadvantaged

Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. Senate Select Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity. (1971). Equal Educational Opportunity: Hearings before the Select Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity of the United States Senate, Ninety-First Congress, Second Session on Equal Educational Opportunity, Part 4–Mexican American Education. Hearings on Mexican American education, held for 4 days in August of 1970 before the Senate Select Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity, are recorded in this publication. Witnesses before the committee included Mexican American educators from California and Texas. Presentations by these witnesses emphasized such areas as language and culture, educational levels, bilingual education, integration, Federal funding, segregation, student militancy, social activism, home environment, public and political attitudes, school policies, school faculties, community control and involvement, the GI Bill, and educational tracking. "Spanish-Speaking Pupils Classified as Educable Mentally Retarded," a report from the California State Department of Education, is included in the publication.  (A related document is ED 045 795.)   [More]  Descriptors: Academically Handicapped, Activism, Bilingual Education, Community Involvement

Laval Univ., Quebec (Quebec). International Center for Research on Bilingualism. (1971). Conference on Child Language (Chicago, Illinois, November 22-24, 1971). Preprints. Preprints of 24 papers presented at a conference, the subject of which was "The Learning of Two or More Languages or Dialects by Young Children, Especially between the Ages of Three and Eight, with Particular Attention to the Social Setting," comprise this report. The six sections of the conference were: Home and Preschool Language Learning; Curricular Patterns in Early Bilingual Schooling; Linguistic Factors in Bilingualism and Bidialectalism; Socio-Linguistic Factors in Bilingual Education; Various Aspect of Child Language; and Planning for the Future.   [More]  Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, Child Language, Conferences

Prather, Margaret Boyce (1982). Sunnyside Title VII Bilingual Project. Longitudinal Study, Final Report. The final report of a five-year federally-funded bilingual education program in four schools of the the Sunnyside School District in Tucson, Arizona, is presented. The following areas are addressed: (1) student enrollment patterns, (2) the instructional program for kindergarten through fifth grade and its development, (3) staff development efforts through a variety of organizations, (4) parent involvement and training workshops through an advisory council and other community organizations, (5) the design of the program's evaluation, and (6) statistical results. Absence of data on entry level skills and changes in record keeping inhibit valid comparisons between groups, and no long-term impact conclusion is reached. Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Agency Cooperation, Bilingual Education Programs, Community Organizations

Cardenas, Blandina (1975). Implementation of Innovations in Multicultural Education. The advent of state supported bilingual education means that appropriate strategies for the implementation of successful multicultural programs must be identified. Organizational and human relations needs must be adequately assessed. The implementation of educational innovations requires a healthy organizational climate in which change is welcomed. Fears and misconceptions held by staff members must be alleviated through training that stresses self-expression, openness, and self-evaluation. Only when organizational and human needs have been accurately assessed can the school district implement the appropriate problem-solving strategies necessary to the successful management of innovation.   [More]  Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingual Teachers, Educational Change, Educational Innovation

San Diego City Schools, CA. (1973). Materiales en marcha para el esfuerzo bilingue-bicultural (Materials on the March for the Promotion of Bilingualism/Biculturalism), September 1973. This newsletter is designed to promote the needs and interests of bilingual-bicultural education. This issue contains the following articles: (1) What in the World Is a Team-Teaching, Continuous Progress, Non-Graded, Open Classroom in Bilingual Bicultural Education?, (2) Laughter and Anaya's "Lenguaje," (3) "Alegrias" and the Language Experience Story, (4) Cultural Comics, and (5) Portuguese Field-Testing Favorites. Included is a list of suggested U.S. distributors of educational materials in Spanish and Portuguese. Materials appear in Spanish, Portuguese, and English.   [More]  Descriptors: Biculturalism, Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, Culture

ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools, Las Cruces, NM. (1974). Migrant Education, A Selected Bibliography (with ERIC Abstracts). ERIC/CRESS Supplement No. 4. The bibliography provides access to some of the latest findings and developments in migrant education. A supplement to 4 earlier bibliographies, it contains approximately 100 citations and abstracts published from 1965 to 1973 which have appeared in "Research in Education". The "Current Index to Journals in Education" section covers approximately 35 articles which appeared from Winter 1971 through June 1973. Entries include a wide variety of resource materials, such as research and program reports, teacher guides, and doctoral dissertations. Some major areas of emphasis are bilingual education and Elementary and Secondary Education Act programs. Subject indexes and ordering information are appended.   [More]  Descriptors: American Indians, Annotated Bibliographies, Bilingual Education, Blacks

Marckwardt, Albert H. (1972). The Relationship between TESOL and the Center for Applied Linguistics. This paper discusses the role of both the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) and Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) within the fields of English as a second or foreign language, English as a second dialect, and bilingual education. The relationship between the two organizations and the interests, structures, and operations of each are considered. In addition to describing the different spheres of influence of both organizations, the paper discusses how the two groups may complement and cooperate with each other.   [More]  Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Educational Problems, English (Second Language), Language Programs

Kempf, Constanza (1980). Accounting for Spanish-Speaking Students (Teacher's Manual). This teacher's manual accompanies a student manual for an accounting course for limited-English Spanish-speaking adult students (available separately as CE 029 939). Introductory materials discuss the need for and philosophy of Project Mainstream, a vocational training program serving Korean- and Spanish-speaking persons, and what constitutes bilingual education. General objectives of the course are outlined. An outlines is provided for a 17-week course in accounting Information provided in the brief plan for each week includes title, objectives, emphasis, and materials. Descriptors: Accounting, Adult Education, Bilingual Education, Bookkeeping

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