Becoming Biliterate: Identity, Ideology, and Learning to Read and Write in Two Languages

Becoming Biliterate: Identity, Ideology, and Learning to Read and Write in Two Languages

Bobbie Kabuto


Through the real-life context of 1 baby studying to be bilingual and biliterate, this publication increases questions and offers a context for pre-service and practising lecturers to appreciate and give some thought to how young children learn how to learn and write in a number of languages. Highlighting the social and cognitive merits of biliteracy, its function is to assist academics higher comprehend the complexity wherein youngsters develop into biliterate as they actively build that means and paintings via tensions because of their daily life conditions. views relating to id and language ideologies are awarded to aid academics refine their very own pedagogical methods to educating linguistically diversified young ones. Readers are engaged in realizing early biliteracy via a technique of articulating and wondering their very own assumptions and ideology approximately studying in a number of languages and literacies.

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