Knowledge and Language Chapter 2

Show simple item record Rata, Elizabeth Tamati, Tauwehe Sophie 2022-02-02T03:27:55Z 2022-02-02T03:27:55Z 2022-1-1
dc.description.abstract The chapter introduces two teaching methods: TransAcquisition for instruction in bilingual and immersion education and the Curriculum Design Coherence Model for pre-teaching design in all schooling sectors. The knowledge-language relationship is discussed in relation to language teaching and to knowledge more generally. The section about methodology discusses the role of theory and of empirical studies to demonstrate why the studies undertaken in New Zealand are generalisable internationally. The discussion is located in the broader social and political context which informs education, especially in societies with indigenous and multi-ethnic populations.
dc.publisher Routledge
dc.relation.ispartof Academic Achievement in Bilingual and Immersion Education: TransAcquisition Pedagogy and Curriculum Design
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dc.title Knowledge and Language Chapter 2
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dc.identifier.doi 10.4324/9781003156444
pubs.begin-page 14 2022-01-05T06:59:52Z
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