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Bilingual Education in the Public Schools Goals & Objectives This course addresses the development of bilingualism/multilingualism and its impact on individuals, educational systems, and society. Different models of bilingual education will be introduced and the history of bilingual education and current approaches to meeting the needs of English language learners will be featured. There will be an emphasis on theoretical approaches to multilingualism as well as the practical consequences, particularly in terms of educational and language policy. Goal 1: Students will be able to analyze ideologies and goals regarding bilingualism and multilingualism both globally and locally. Objectives: 5 Students will be able to describe sources of multilingualism. 6 Students will be able to argue advantages/disadvantages to monolingualism, bilingualism, and multilingualism. 7 Students will be able to explain the processes of language maintenance, shift, and loss and how school policies influence these processes.
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