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TESOL 4720-01/5720-01 Bilingual Education Roberts Spring 2013 The exam consists of three sections: Identification of key terms, Short Essay, Longer Essay. Each section provides items/questions for you to choose from. I will only grade up to the required number of items, so there is no value to answering more. Answers to the exam are to be typed (either single or double spaced); the exam is due Tuesday, March 5, at the beginning of class. If you quote any sources, be sure to cite the source and add a References page. If you have any questions, please contact me in person or at [email protected] . I check email early in the day and often, but rarely in the evening. Identification : Choose 8 of the following 10 items. Answer each with a definition, example (if possible), and reason it is important in the study of bilingual education. 3 points each. 1. Emergent bilinguals 2. Imagined community 3. Glocalization 4. Transitional bilingual education 5. Lingua franca 6. Language revitalization 7. Interdependence hypothesis 8. World Englishes 9. Sheltered English instruction 10. Language brokering
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  • Spring '13
  • Roberts
  • Multilingualism, bilingual education, Richard Ruiz, 16. Consider the argument that monolingualism is necessary for

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