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Running head: THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE MOVEMENT 1 The Official Language Movement Lori Babler ETH125 February 17, 2011 Catherine Spyridakis
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THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE MOVEMENT 2 The Official Language Movement Source #1 – Bilingualism in Politics Lamm, R. D. (2002, August). It is a Blessing for an Individual to be Bilingual; it is a Curse for a Society to be Bilingual. Retrieved from http://www.cairco.org/language/language.html This article discusses the differences between an individual being bilingual and a nation being bilingual. It stresses the importance of one nation with commonalities which create the tie that binds all people of that nation and sharing one common language. The author also provides examples of turmoil when nations make an attempt to become multilingual . Source #2 – Bilingualism in Education Black, S. (1995). Bilingual education: Melting pot or salad bowl. Education Digest, 60(7), 53. Retrieved from EBSCOhost This article discusses the education system and what determines the degree of bilingual
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