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Introduction to Issues and Implications for Children Learning to Read in Multilingual Settings

This report, commissioned through the Education Resource Facility - an initiative funded by AusAID, provides a review of the literature on the most current research and practices surrounding learning to read in a second langauge (L2) and learning through the medium of an L2.

Through identifying specific challenges to learning in a multilingual context, the paper also provides strategies for encouraging successful literacy outcomes in children in such contexts. 
 
The paper is divided into four sections:
 
1. Effective practices in MLE
 
2. Review of the literature on teaching practices
 
3. The role of texts in literacy education

4. Assessing literacy outcomes
Reference: 
AusAID Education Resource Facility. (2013). Introduction to issues and implications for children learning to read in multilingual settings.
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