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Multilingual research

  1. 1. Multilingual Research Marc Bayó Jaime Lluís Saborit Villalonga Fran Ros Griñó
  2. 2. What is it?  Is the advantage that students who know multiple languages and use them to acquire information, as well as also working with different languages.
  3. 3. Translaguaging How-to  1.Create opportunities for bilingual students to conduct multilingual research.   Provide bilingual students with multilingual resources Create opportunities for bilingual students to conduct interviews in the home languages as well as in English.
  4. 4.  2.Decide what language(s) bilingual students should use to take notes.  Bilingual classrooms - Notes in only one language - Notes in English & home language  General Education and ESL classrooms -Notes in English -Notes in English & home language
  5. 5.  3. Decide what language(s) bilingual students should use to create a written product.  Bilingual classroooms -Writing in just one language -Writing in both languages.  General Education and ESL Classrooms -Writing in English -Writing in a combination of English & home language.
  6. 6. 4.Decide what language(s) bilingual students should use to share their research.  Bilingual classroom. Depending on the language allocation for your program, you may want your students to use a particular language for their sharing.  General Education and ESL Classroom EBLs with beginning proficiency levels in English should use the home language to orally share what they learned from their research. 
  7. 7.  Ideas for Implementation Acros Grade Levels Students took notes in both lenguages, depending on what they were reading. They also used Google Translate to help them understand new vocabulary they were encountering in either English or French.
  8. 8.   Provide an opportunity for them to think critically about how sentences are structured in each lenguage. Students had to compare and contrast English and French syntax. This was powerful language learning experience for students. Students had to interview two differents people in their neigborhood to inquire into the resources and knowledge available in their own communities.

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