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The Schools Language Survey of the Linguistic Minorities Project

Euan Reid

The Schools Language Survey of the Linguistic Minorities Project

the data in context

by Euan Reid

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Published by Linguistic Minorities Project in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Athead of (cover) title: University of London Institute of Education.

Statementcompiled by Euan Reid, Anna Morawska and Xavier Couillaud on the basis of the report by the Linguistic Minorities Project for the Department of Education and Science, July 1983.
SeriesLMP/CLE working papers -- 7
ContributionsMorawska, Anna., Couillaud, Xavier., Linguistic Minorities Project.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20779140M
ISBN 100854731792
OCLC/WorldCa79818493

William Labov and Anne Charity Hudley explored differences in language and achievement associated with language dialect (or vernacular). Labov began by summarizing the first part of the paper (Labov and Hudley, ), which focused on two main mechanisms by which linguistic factors associated with dialect may affect students’ academic achievement: (1) structural differences, phonemic. The teaching of the language of schooling has to extend beyond teaching it as a first language and adopt elements of second language teaching. The Maledive team These pages result from a project run within the ECML's Learning through languages programme entitled "Teaching the language of schooling in the context of diversity" (Maledive).

use of linguistic landscape as a way to survey linguistic diversity: ''For the mapping of linguistic diversity, linguistic landscape is a tool to be applied with great care. Ideally it should be used in combination with other research tools such as linguistic census data and large-scale home language surveys'' (p. ). EVALUATION. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Linguistic Minorities Project (Great Britain); Great Britain. Department of Education and Science. ISBN:

Working with Westat, a leader in survey research, CAL analyzed results from the third survey to be able to show trends in foreign language education at three points in time (, , ). Survey questionnaires were mailed to a stratified random sample of more than 5, elementary and secondary schools across the country in October Language Rights of Linguistic Minorities. The mandate of the Special Rapporteur on minority issues is taskjed with promoting the implementation of the Minorities Declaration, which clearly includes on the Rights of Persons Belonging to Linguistic Minorities.


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