By Anne-Marie De Mejia
This booklet offers a imaginative and prescient of bilingual schooling in six South American countries: 3 Andean nations, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia, and 3 'Southern Cone' nations, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. It offers an built-in viewpoint, together with paintings conducted in majority in addition to minority language contexts, touching on advancements within the fields of indigeneous, Deaf, and foreign bilingual and multilingual provision.
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The link between bilingual education and indigenous politics was unsettling to government agents. One source of tension between proponents of education reform and indigenous parents is the difference in ideas about language maintenance. While a strong motivation for bilingual intercultural education advocates is indigenous language revival and maintenance, indigenous peoples do not believe that learning Spanish will in any way detract from their ability – or their children’s – to speak, understand, and (if literate) read in their native language.
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