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" These characteristics reflect the extent to which: 1. minority students' language and culture are incorporated into the school program; 2. minority community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; 3. the pedagogy... "
Equal Rights to the Curriculum: Many Languages, One Message - Page 13
by Eithne Gallagher - 2008 - 200 pages
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Heritage Languages: The Development and Denial of Canada's Linguistic Resources

Jim Cummins, Marcel Danesi - Language policy - 1990 - 136 pages
...is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; (c) The extent to which the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and finally, (d) The extent to which professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority...
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Teaching American Indian Students

Jon Allan Reyhner - Social Science - 1994 - 328 pages
...encouraged as an integral component of children's education; 3. Instruction (pedagogy) is used to motivate students to use language actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and 4. Professionals involved in student testing (assessment) become advocates for minority students...
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Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools

Lois Weis - Education - 1993 - 437 pages
...community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; (3) the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and (4) professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority students rather than legitimizing...
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Cultural Diversity in Schools: From Rhetoric to Practice

Robert A. DeVillar, Christian Faltis, James P. Cummins, Jim Cummins - Education - 1994 - 401 pages
...community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; 3. the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and 4. professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority students by focusing primarily...
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Policy and Practice in Bilingual Education: A Reader Extending the Foundations

Ofelia García, Colin Baker - Education - 1995 - 280 pages
...community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; (3) the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and (4) professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority students rather than legitimizing...
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American Conversations

Ellen Bigler - Education - 2010 - 304 pages
...community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; (3) the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and (4) professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority students rather than legitimizing...
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Language, Power, and Pedagogy: Bilingual Children in the Crossfire

Jim Cummins - Education - 2000 - 309 pages
...students bring to the classroom and when the instruction is focused on helping students generate new knowledge, create literature and art, and act on social realities that affect their lives. Only a brief overview of these issues is provided in this chapter. The goal is to sketch a framework...
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Teaching, Diversity and Democracy

Barry Osborne - Education - 2001 - 398 pages
...community participation is encouraged as an integral component of children's education; • the pedagogy promotes intrinsic motivation on the part of students...actively in order to generate their own knowledge; and 262 • professionals involved in assessment become advocates for minority students rather than...
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High Stakes Education: Inequality, Globalization, and Urban School Reform

Pauline Lipman - Education - 2004 - 227 pages
...students bring to the classroom and when the instruction is focused on helping students generate new knowledge, create literature and art, and act on social realities that affect their lives, (p 34) A compelling argument for high-quality bilingual/biliteracy education is the success of Inter-American...
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Building on Language Diversity with Young Children: Teacher Education for ...

Andrew Hancock - Education - 2006 - 287 pages
...children bring to the classroom and when the instruction is focused on helping students generate new knowledge, create literature and art and act on social realities that affect their lives". They do not realise either that ignoring the home language and culture of a child at school also has...
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