RESOURCES

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. http://minnetesoljournal.org/journal-archive/mtj-2020-1/the-education-of-latinx-bilingual-children-in-times-of-isolation-unlearning-and-relearning/

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. https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/2019/05/08/americans-see-advantages-and-challenges-in-countrys-growing-racial-and-ethnic-diversity/

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

United State Census Bureau. (2019). American Community Survey 1-year estimates. https://data.census.gov/cedsci/table?q=language&tid=ACSST1Y2019.S1601