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Developing Educator Expertise to Work with Adolescent English Learners

Module 4 – Multilingualism in the United States and Around the World: Current Issues and Tensions: A Focus on the Conversation with
Ofelia García

By Haiwen Chu

OVERVIEW    |    INTRODUCTION    |    PART 1    |     PART 2    |    PART 3    |    REFERENCES

List of References

Blanton, C. (2004). The strange career of bilingual education in Texas, 1836-1981. Texas A&M International University Press.

García, O., Flores, N., & Chu, H. (2011). Extending bilingualism in U.S. secondary education: New variations. International Multilingual Research Journal, 5, 1–18.

García, O., Flores, N., Woodley, H., & Chu, H. (2012). Latino emergent bilingual youth in high schools: Transcaring strategies for academic success. Urban Education, 48, 798–827.

García, O. (2020a). The education of Latinx bilingual children in times of isolation: Unlearning and relearning. MinneTESOL Journal, 36.

García, O. (2020b). Translanguaging and Latinx bilingual readers. The Reading Teacher, 72(5), 557–562.


Horowitz, J. (2019). Americans see advantages and challenges in country’s growing racial and ethnic diversity. Pew Research Center.

Kloss, H. (1988). The American bilingual tradition. Center for Applied Linguistics.

United State Census Bureau. (2019). American Community Survey 1-year estimates.

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