Final.BLE407 with sample presentations. Data Analysis.AR and timeline

Final.BLE407 with sample presentations. Data Analysis.AR and timeline

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Data Analysis and Application Week 14
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WHY SEI? What has influenced research History of Bilingual Education Timeline Sources: www.pbs.org- U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, NAEP 1999 Trends in Academic Progress- “Conference Call with Dr. Paul Ruiz and Hector Sanchez; The Education Trust, October 21, 2003) Bilingualism common in the ancient World: Greeks penetrated and took over large areas of the Mediterranean. While they set up schools in Greek, local languages were not affected. Romans set up schooling in Latin and placed a value on bilingualism and bi-literacy. European immigrants settle in rural enclaves and run their own non- English speaking schools. The founding Fathers wrote the constitution, purposely not specifying a National Language.
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History of Bilingual Education Timeline Sources: www.pbs.org- U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, NAEP 1999 Trends in Academic Progress- “Conference Call with Dr. Paul Ruiz and Hector Sanchez; The Education Trust, October 21, 2003) Year Legal and Historical Issues 1839 Ohio is the first state to adopt a bilingual education law, allowing German-English instruction at the parents’ request . 1847 Louisiana passes a law similar to Ohio’s, allowing French-English instruction. 1848 The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is the peace treaty that ended the Mexican-American War (1846–1848):Guaranteed the right of Mexicans to continue to speak Spanish within government and schools. (The territory acquired by the U.S. included what will become the states of Texas, California, Nevada, Utah, most of New Mexico and Arizona, and parts of Colorado and Wyoming. In exchange Mexico received fifteen million dollars in compensation for the territory and the U.S. agreed to assume claims from private citizens of these areas against the Mexican government.) 1864 Congress passes a law that prohibits Native Americans from being taught in their own languages.
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History of Bilingual Education Timeline Sources: www.pbs.org- U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, NAEP 1999 Trends in Academic Progress- “Conference Call with Dr. Paul Ruiz and Hector Sanchez; The Education Trust, October 21, 2003) 1879 Federal policy begins separating many Native American
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