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Tue Jun 15 2004

TOC: Int. Journal Bilingual education 7:2,3 (2004)

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Message 1: Int. Journal of Bilingual education

Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 04:55:42 -0400 (EDT)
From: marketing <marketingmultilingual-matters.com>
Subject: Int. Journal of Bilingual education

& Bilingualism Vol 7 Nos 2&3, 2004


Publisher: Multilingual Matters 
http://www.multilingual-matters.com/
	
Journal Title: International Journal of Bilingual 
Education & Bilingualism
Volume Number: 7
Issue Number: 2&3
Issue Date: 2004

Subtitle: (re) writing Bilingualism and the 
Bilingual Educator's Knowledge Base

Main text:
			
Introduction
Janina Brutt-Griffler
Department of English, University of Alabama, USA
Manka Varghese
College of Education, University of Washington, USA


Between Support and Marginalisation: The Development 
of Academic Language in Linguistic Minority Children
Guadalupe Vald�s
School of Education, Stanford University, USA


Spanish/English Speech Practices: Bringing Chaos to Order1
Almeida Jacqueline Toribio
The Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA


The Continua of Biliteracy and the
Bilingual Educator: Educational Linguistics in Practice1
Nancy H. Hornberger
Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania


Teacher Identity as Pedagogy: Towards a Field-Internal
Conceptualisation in Bilingual and Second Language Education
Brian Morgan
York University, Toronto, Canada


Bilingual Teachers in Mainstream Secondary School Classrooms:
Using Turkish for Curriculum Learning
Angela Creese
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK


Do We Expect Too Much of Bilingual Teachers? Bilingual 
Teaching in Developing Countries
Carol Benson
Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Stockholm University, Sweden


Professional Development for Bilingual
Teachers in the United States: A Site for
Articulating and Contesting Professional
Roles

Manka Varghese
University of Washington, College of Education, Area of Curriculum
and Instruction, Seattle, USA
			
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