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Impact of two-way bilingual elementary programs on students" attitudes toward school and college

Kathryn J. Lindholm-Leary

Impact of two-way bilingual elementary programs on students" attitudes toward school and college

by Kathryn J. Lindholm-Leary

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Published by Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence in Santa Cruz, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bilingualism.,
  • Education, Bilingual.,
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Bilingual method.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKathryn J. Lindholm-Leary, Graciela Borsato.
    SeriesResearch report -- 10, Research report (Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence) -- 10
    ContributionsCenter for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19365119M

    Spanish two-way immersion program and their attitudes were compared with the attitudes of students from the same school district in a similar comparative school with an English-only program. The other group of students was participating in a Chinese world language program. Their attitudes were compared with students at the same grade levels (K. Impact of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs on Students' Attitudes Toward School and College (Research Report 10). Santa Cruz, CA and Washington, DC: Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence. Lindholm-Leary, K., & Borsato, G. ().

      The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes toward bilingual education of parents whose children were in bilingual programs and to find if attitude differences related to sex, age, mobility, and education existed between income groups. The sample consisted of pairs of parents whose children were in bilingual programs in 10 schools in the Albuquerque Public School System. Block, N. (). The Impact of Two-Way Dual-Immersion Programs on Initially English-Dominant Latino Students' Attitudes. Bilingual Research Journal, 34(2), Block, N. C. (). Perceived impact of two-way dual immersion programs on Latino students.

    Abstract. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants' language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others. Black () reports a shift away from bilingual to English-only policies in one Texas school with a strong bilingual education program in response to observed lower scores of the English language learner population. Pressure to "ready" the students for the English test more quickly came at the cost of bilingual instruction.


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Impact of two-way bilingual elementary programs on students" attitudes toward school and college by Kathryn J. Lindholm-Leary Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants' language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others.

Study participants were current high school students who were enrolled in a two-way immersion program Cited by: Author(s): Lindholm-Leary, Kathryn J; Borsato, Garaciela | Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants’ language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others.

Study participants were current high school Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants' language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others.

A total of high school students who were enrolled in two-way immersion programs when they were in elementary school participated in the study. All students were bilingual at the time of the study but were classified according to whether they had started kindergarten as a native English speaker or a native Spanish speaker/English learner.

Abstract. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants’ language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others.

and college ambitions, attitudes toward bilingualism and the two-way immersion program, parental involvement, and school environment. Students in the comparison group did not respond to the section of the questionnaire that inquired about attitudes toward bilingualism and the two-way program.

Students rated the items on a five-point Likert. Impact of Two-Way Immersion on Students' Attitudes toward School and College.

ERIC Digest. One program model that has shown positive outcomes for Hispanic students is two-way immersion (Lindholm-Leary, ), also known as two-way bilingual or dual language education.

Impact of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs on Students' Attitudes Toward School and College, by Kathryn Lindholm-Leary & Graciela Borsato (, CREDE RR 10).

Read it onlineor buy it from the CAL Store. Implementing Two-Way Immersion Programs in Secondary Schools, by Christopher Montone & Michael Loeb (, CREDE EPR 5). Author(s): Waxman, Hersh C; Gray, Jon P; Padron, Yolanda N. | Abstract: One area of research that has important implications for improving the education of students at risk of academic failure is concerned with “resilient” students, or those students who succeed in school despite the presence of adverse conditions.

In education, conceptual and empirical work on resilience has gained. ED Impact of Two-Way Immersion on Students' Attitudes toward School and College. ERIC Digest. ERIC Development Team Table of Contents If you're viewing this document online, you can click any of the topics below to link directly to that section.

Impact of Two-Way Immersion on Students' Attitudes toward School. According to research, the impact of the lack of bilingual programs in schools will be evident in the future if domestic policy does not change. For example, a study completed by the Federal Association of Teachers concluded that a total 60 percent of emergent bilinguals are taught in English-only programs.

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on former program participants' language and achievement outcomes; current schooling path and college plans; and attitudes toward school, self, and others.

Study participants were current high school students who were. Research examining social outcomes of bilingual education is less robust, however evidence suggests that students in two-way dual immersion programs develop positive attitudes toward both.

Impact of Two-way Bilingual elementary programs on students’ attitudes toward school and college. University of California, Santa Cruz: Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence, Research Report Get this from a library.

Impact of two-way bilingual elementary programs on students' attitudes toward school and college. [Kathryn J Lindholm-Leary; Graciela Borsato; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. Impact of Two-Way Immersion on Students' Attitudes Toward School and College by Kathryn Lindholm-Leary & Graciela Borsato (, ERIC Digest EDO-FL).

This digest reports on a study that examined the impact of participation in a two-way immersion program on the language and achievement outcomes of former program participants and on their.

Impact of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs Attitudes toward School and College. Center for Research on Education, Diversity and Santa Cruz, CA. Office of Educational Research and Improvement Washington, DC.

CREDE-RR 42p. RA Dissemination Coordinator, CREDE/CAL, 40th Street, NW, Washington, DC Tel. In contrast, in two-way bilingual programs, in which instruction is given in both languages throughout the program, bilingualism is seen as the ultimate goal - the mastery both of English and of the home these differences in programs may seem to be purely ideological, the psychological impact on the students is enormous.

ABSTRACTThis study examined the attitudes of nine teachers in a two-way dual-language program in regard to using technology to support the linguistic and academic development of emergent bilinguals.

Using a phenomenological, multiple case-study approach, teachers' perceptions about using technology in education and the potential of technology to advance the students' bilingualism and.

Impact of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs on Students’ Attitudes Toward School and College Kathryn J. Lindholm-Leary and Graciela Borsato () This report examines the influence that participation in a two-way bilingual elementary program has had on high school students’ attitudes toward school, college, and use of Spanish.

Impact of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs on Students' Attitudes Toward School and College (Research Report 10). Santa Cruz, CA and Washington, DC: Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence.Kathryn J.

Lindholm-Leary is the author of Impact of two-way bilingual elementary programs on students' attitudes toward school and college ( avg rat 4/5(1).Impact Of Two-Way Bilingual Elementary Programs On Students' Attitudes Toward School And College Kathryn J.

Lindholm-Leary, Ph.d. Garaciela Borsato, M.a. Article May