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Language Issues in Comparative Education: Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Non-Dominant Languages and Cultures

This resource features two articles from an edited volume entitled Language Issues in Comparative Education: Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Non-Dominant Languages and Culture.
 
The book, edited by Carol Benson and Kimmon Kosonen, includes articles on the topics of: 
 
Part I: Language-in-education policy issues 
Part II: Community and parent voices 
Part III: Classroom practices and teacher voices
Part IV: Researcher voices
 
This resource includes the following articles: 
 
1. Canada’s big chill: Indigenous languages in education by Jessica Ball & Onowa McIvor 
 
2. The use of non-dominant languages in education in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam: Two steps forward, one step back by Kimmo Kosonen
 
 
 
Reference: 
Benson, C., & Kosonen, K. (Eds.). (2013). Language issues in comparative education: Inclusive teaching and learning in non-dominant languages and cultures. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.


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