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Becoming Bilingual in the Amigos Two-Way Immersion Program



This report examines students’ attitudes, through their school achievement in Spanish and English and through their responses to questionnaires, toward becoming bilingual in the Amigos two-way immersion program. Many students in grades 4-8 understand the importance of and enjoy becoming bilingual. Through exposure to two cultures, many have also developed a sense of biculturality. This report extends earlier studies of the Amigos Program. 1998. 20 pp.

 

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Author:
Mary Cazabon, Elena Nicoladis, & Wallace E. Lambert

Publisher:
Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence

SKU:
CALS-9088RR3

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Becoming Bilingual in the Amigos Two-Way Immersion Program