Ofelia Garcxeda, Susana Ibarra Johnson, Kate Seltzer é 1 SUMMARY
Te there The author s distaste of the English language permeates each chapter I have been a language specialist for years I did not see that this would help my students move into full language acuisition I believe it is a temporary scaffold that should be used in a limited way dasdad. Ents bilingualism and bilingual ways of understanding and 4 support students socioemotional development and advance social justi.
T does not tell you how to wean students off the home language to the native language It is so politically driven saying that English is the power language When I went to school in Mexico I didn t think of Spanish as the power language I just thought of it as the language to communica. Ngage with and comprehend complex content and texts 2 develop students linguistic practices for academic contexts 3 draw on stud.
It is an excellent study of the analysis of translanguage implementation Got this for a class and learned a lot from it Great resource for those teaching in bilingual classrooms and schools I did not enjoy this book at all While I can see some value in the translanguaging theory Shows teachers how to strategically navigate the dynamic flow of bilingual students language practices to 1 enable students to