Reflection of bilingual education

Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Ross Stuckless Not long ago, I had the opportunity to participate in a meeting of the Ontario Educators of the Hearing Impaired in Milton, Ontario, which is a short distance from Toronto.

Reflection of bilingual education

Education Indonesia is a country that is incredibly famous for its heterogeneous culture. The relationship between language and culture is deeply rooted.

Reflection of bilingual education

Language is used to maintain and convey culture and cultural ties Leveridge. Formerly, in colonial era, Dutch language became the main language that was spoken by educated elite of Indonesia.

Malay language was spoken at the time of independent by native speakers. InJapanese occupied Indonesia and forbade the use Dutch language for any purpose. It is surprisingly enjoyable to be raised in such an exciting city as Magelang. People who live here are mostly Javanese.

Unfortunately, I myself could not speak Javanese language well. I am accustomed to speak Indonesian language. I was taught to speak Indonesian language in my daily conversation. My parents thought that it is better for me to speak Indonesian language to the elders rather than Javanese language.

That is why I recognize that Bahasa Indonesia is my first language. I was educated in my hometown, Magelang. Formerly, I used to study in Tarakanita Elementary School.

In my third grade, I learned English for the first time. It was fun and I really enjoyed it. In addition, I also learned Indonesian language and Javanese language since I was in my first grade of elementary school.

Language is thus part of a social process Croft. As it is a process, it should be done continuously. Besides, I also joined an immersion class when I was in junior high school.

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I was very afraid.Transcript of Reflection paper #1: Internet Research on Bilingual Education Bilingual Education Christine Molina Teaching in student's native and secondary language.

Sep 15,  · I am barely getting a glimpse into the education field and a fraction of that is working with bilingual children – I hardly feel qualified to even propose a solution.

On the surface, I think that the state-by-state approach to . Bilingual education students receive part of their instruction in English and part in another language.

These programs are intended to produce fully bilingual students, capable of communicating in English and another language, which is a valuable skill in today's diverse world.

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Ross Stuckless Not long ago, I had the opportunity to participate in a meeting of the Ontario Educators of the Hearing Impaired in Milton, Ontario, which is a short distance from Toronto. Jun 08,  · Singapore’s bilingual policy, implemented in , it is a requirement for every child to learn English and their mother tongue.

English is the main language taught in schools as the Singapore Government believes that English the language of public administration, education, commerce, science and technology, and global communication, it has.

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