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Bilingualism for Language Teachers and Parents in Japan

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The author presents a taxonomy of bilingualism for language teaching, parenting, and research in Japan, divided into five levels: the individual (bilingual development), family (bilingual …

The author presents a taxonomy of bilingualism for language teaching, parenting, and research in Japan, divided into five levels: the individual (bilingual development), family (bilingual child-raising), societal (language policies, groups, etc.), school (bilingual education), and academic (disciplinary) level. Bilingualism is shown to have various meanings and applications to Japan. A lively Q&A session is anticipated.

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  • 1. Second Language Acquisition Research Sociolinguistics / Psycholinguistics / Global Neurolinguistics academic publications on bilingualism Theories / terminology / definitions Bilingualism as Research a university Bilingualism methodology / subject or research measurement major groups or networks Sign language, medical andTranslation and Interpretation other fields
  • 2. Types of Bilingual Education (1 of 2)
  • 3. Types of Bilingual Education (2 of 2)
  • 4. An effective type of bilingual education
  • 5. For Further Reference“How Bilingualism informs Language Teaching” JALT 2012, listen to the slidecast:http://www.slideshare.net/waoe/jalt-2012-bilingualism-4-lt-1“Analyzing Types of Bilingual Education in Japan and the World” Osaka BTS 2012:http://www.slideshare.net/waoe/analyzing-types-of-bilingual-education-12628439Series on “Understanding Bilingual Education” Tokyo: Child Research Net :http://www.childresearch.net/papers/language/2012_01.html「バイリンガル教育とは」シリーズ 東京:チャイルドリサーチネット:http://www.blog.crn.or.jp/report/02/171.htmlSeries on “Understanding Bilingualism” Tokyo: Child Research Net :http://www.childresearch.net/papers/language/2010_02_01.html「バイリンガリズムを考える」シリーズ 東京:チャイルドリサーチネット:http://www.blog.crn.or.jp/report/02/129.htmlOther publications on bilingualism, Japan, Asia, EFL, and online education:http://www.waoe.org/steve/epublist.html「バイリンガリズムと日本学」著作目録とリンク集:http://www.waoe.org/steve/jpublist.html Thank you!

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