Other Books in Series
This is book number 12 in the Bilingual Revolution series.
- #1: The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages (Paperback): $19.99
- #2: La Révolution bilingue: Le futur de l'éducation s'écrit en deux langues (Bilingual Revolution #2) (Paperback): $19.99
- #7: БИЛИНГВАЛЬНАЯ РЕВОЛЮЦИ&# (Bilingual Revolution #7) (Paperback): $19.99
- #8: Die Bilinguale Revolution: Zweisprachigkeit und die Zukunft der Bildung (Bilingual Revolution #8) (Paperback): $19.99
- #14: La revolución bilingüe: El futuro de la educación está en dos idiomas (Bilingual Revolution #14) (Paperback): $19.99
- #16: Rewolucja Dwujęzyczna: Przyszlośc edukacji jest w dwóch językach (Bilingual Revolution #16) (Paperback): $19.99
- #18: La Rivoluzione bilingue: Il futuro dell'istruzione in due lingue (Bilingual Revolution #18) (Paperback): $19.99
- #28: A Revolução Bilíngue: O futuro da educação escreve-se em dois idiomas (Bilingual Revolution #28) (Paperback): $20.39
- #29: A Revolução Bilíngue: O futuro da educação escreve-se em dois idiomas (Bilingual Revolution #29) (Hardcover): $29.99
The emergence of newer international standards and the focus on STEM education are transforming entire educational sectors. Yet, as schools focus more attention to developing global competencies and 21st century skills in their pedagogy, it has become critical to re-engage educators and school communities with the goals of language education, multilingualism, and multiliteracy while promoting interconnectedness, empathy, and mutual comprehension among our youth. With this in mind, it is important to understand the potential of multilingual education as it can serve our societies' new expectations, and provide the right tools for success to our younger generations.
The Gift of Languages: Paradigm Shift In U.S. Foreign Language Education explores the many advantages of multilingual education and sets the stage for a new paradigm in our approach to teaching and learning languages. The book touches on the issue of foreign language deficit in the United States and the changes that need to occur in our schools to better serve our children and our linguistic communities. The book also explores the growth of dual-language education in recent years and explores the connection between both multilingual programming and solving the United States' foreign language problem.
The discussion on language education in the United States has never been neutral; moreover, it has traditionally provided substantive direction and exerted significant authority over educational policy. Yet, this debate needs to move towards viewing multilingual education as an essential approach for our society, and as something that should be prevalent among educational policymakers. The audience for this book includes educators, language teachers, school leaders, school boards, program directors, scholars, and policy makers particularly if they want to join forces in building the future of education and investing in the multilingual capital of our nation.
This book is part of The Bilingual Revolution Series.