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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 2 June 2014: Bilingualism and Language Diversity

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 2 June 2014: Bilingualism and Language Diversity

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Bilingualism and Language Diversity.


 

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Guest Editorial: Bilingualism and Language Diversity
Tony Cline, Fraser Lauchlan & Wilma Resing

The nature of bilingualism and implications for educational psychologists
Fraser Lauchlan

Assessment of reading skills in Gaelic-medium education: Exploring teachers' perceptions and present practice
Fiona Lyon & Sarah MacQuarrie

Child language brokering in schools: A discussion of selected findings from a survey of teachers and ex-students
Tony Cline, Sarah Crafter & Evangelia Prokopiou

Text processing in English-Persian bilingual children: A bilingual view on the Simple Model of Reading
Amir Sadeghi, John Everatt, Brigid McNeill & Amir Rezaei

Dynamic assessment of bilingual children's language at the point of referral
Bernard Camilleri, Natalie Hasson & Barbara Dodd

 

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