Multilingualism, Language Acquisition, and Language Learning in the School Context EDUC 834 (5)
A critical examination of key aspects of bi- and multilingualism from the double perspectives of sociolinguistics and language education. Current issues and theoretical developments in the study of multilingualism, identity, and language teaching provide a solid foundation to understand second and third language acquisition and literacy development in bilingual settings, including new perspectives on plurilingualism in language planning in education. The language of instruction will be French.
Tu 4:30 PM – 9:20 PM
HCC 1525, Vancouver