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CONTENTS Chapter 1: Bilingualism: Definitions and Distinctions Chapter 2: The Measurement of Bilingualism Chapter 3: Endangered Languages: Planning and Revitalization Chapter 4: Languages in Society Chapter 5: The Early Development of Bilingualism Chapter 6: The Later Development of Bilingualism Chapter 7: Bilingualism and Cognition Chapter 8: Cognitive Theories of Bilingualism and the Curriculum Chapter 9: Historical Introduction to Bilingual Education: the United States Chapter 10: Types of Bilingual Education Chapter 11: Education for Bilingualism and Biliteracy Chapter 12: The Effectiveness of Bilingual Education Chapter 13: Effective Schools and Classrooms for Bilingual Students Chapter 14: Literacy, Biliteracy and Multiliteracies for Bilinguals Chapter 15: The Assessment and Special Educational Needs of Bilinguals Chapter 16: Deaf People, Bilingualism and Bilingual Education Chapter 17: Bilingualism and Bilingual Education as a Problem, Right and Resource Chapter 18: Bilingualism and Bilingual Education: Ideology, Identity and Empowerment Chapter 19: Bilingualism in the Modern World
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Education, Bilingual -- Great Britain.
Bilingualism -- Great Britain.