A Guide For Parents
This practical and reassuring guide will enable you to make informed decisions about how to raise your child bilingually.
|auteur:||Meisel, Jurgen M. (universitat Hamburg)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Afmetingen:||142 x 216 x 14|
Jürgen M. Meisel is Professor emeritus and former Chair of the Research Center on Bilingualism at the Universität Hamburg, as well as Adjunct Professor and Distinguished Fellow, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary. He has been engaged in parent counselling for more than thirty-five years. He is a founding editor of the journal Bilingualism: Language and Cognition and author of seven books and numerous articles.
'Jürgen M. Meisel is an internationally respected authority on child bilingualism. Bilingual Children is a beautifully written, eminently readable guide for parents and caregivers who want to understand the advantages and (mostly mythical) drawbacks of raising children with a command of two or more languages. The book is a practical, research-informed guide on how to do it successfully, whether within a family or a societal bi- or multilingual setting, when the child's first exposure to the languages is simultaneous or sequential, and for children of different starting ages. Highly recommended.' Michael H. Long, University of Maryland
1. Bilingualism in early childhood – disentangling myths and facts; 2. How infants become native speakers; 3. Two languages in one mind – differentiating linguistic systems; 4. Keeping languages apart: mixing, interference and interaction of languages; 5. Language dominance, strong and weak languages; 6. Trilingual and more – the role of input; 7. The age question; 8. Benefits and advantages of child bilingualism; References; Index.
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