Bilingual Education: Teachers' Narratives

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BILINGUAL EDUCATION
Teachers' Narratives

Nancy Lemberger Long Island University

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1997 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • I - Introduction *
  • 1 - Evolution: from Teacher to Researcher, from Dissertation to Book 1
  • 2 - A Context for Understanding the Bilingual Teachers' Narratives 8
  • 3 - How to Use This Book 21
  • II - Eight Teachers' Narratives, Discussion, and Epilogue 31
  • 4 - Sofya 33
  • 5 - Manouchka 43
  • 6 - Diana 54
  • 7 - Heather 68
  • 8 - Sandra 82
  • 10 - Jean 106
  • 11 - Luz 121
  • 12 - Themes and Issues Emerging from the Narratives 137
  • 13 - Epilogue: the Stories Continue . . . 150
  • III - Bilingual Education Resources 155
  • 14 - Theoretical, Backgroun and Practical Information 157
  • Appendix A: Glossary of Terms 171
  • Appendix B: Sample Interview Questions 181
  • Appendix C: Diana's Literature Study Circle Questions 183
  • Appendix D: Poem for Heather's First-Grade Class 185
  • References 187
  • Author Index 193
  • Subject Index 197
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