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An Introduction to Bilingual Development (MM Textbooks) von [De Houwer, Annick]
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De Houwer s book introduces readers to the research findings about bilingual first language acquisition through the charming stories of four imaginary bilingual children growing up in different contexts. Parents, students, and practitioners alike will discover what to expect from typical bilingual acquisition, including how individual typical can be!--Elena Nicoladis, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada

The kind of bilingual development which starts very early, namely bilingual first language acquisition (BFLA), seems to attract much attention and spark much curiosity. How do children manage to acquire two languages simultaneously? In what ways does early bilingual exposure affect the course of their overall language development? Behind such questions lurks the yardstick of monolingualism, by which BFLA is often inappropriately evaluated. Now prominent BFLA expert Annick de Houwer has given us an introductory book with a most balanced and fair view of BFLA as a standard in its own right, tracing the bilingual development of four fictitious prototypical children. As always, her clarity of thought and writing makes the book accessible to anyone.--Masayo Yamamoto, Professor of Bilingualism Studies, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

Overall this book is written in an understandable and easy-to-follow manner, particularly due to the use of stories of the four children throughout this book would be an excellent addition to a course on bilingual child language acquisition, as it contains clearly explained information on bilingual language acquisition in an easily accessible format.--Alyssa Martoccio, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA "Studies in Second Language Acquisition / Volume 33 / Issue 04 / December 2011, pp 629-631"

De Houwer s book introduces readers to the research findings about bilingual first language acquisition through the charming stories of four imaginary bilingual children growing up in different contexts. Parents, students, and practitioners alike will discover what to expect from typical bilingual acquisition, including how individual typical can be!

- Elena Nicoladis, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada"

De Houwera (TM)s book introduces readers to the research findings about bilingual first language acquisition through the charming stories of four imaginary bilingual children growing up in different contexts. Parents, students, and practitioners alike will discover what to expect from typical bilingual acquisition, including how individual a oetypicala  can be!

--Elena Nicoladis, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada

The kind of bilingual development which starts very early, namely bilingual first language acquisition (BFLA), seems to attract much attention and spark much curiosity. How do children manage to acquire two languages simultaneously? In what ways does early bilingual exposure affect the course of their overall language development? Behind such questions lurks the yardstick of monolingualism, by which BFLA is often inappropriately evaluated. Now prominent BFLA expert Annick de Houwer has given us an introductory book with a most balanced and fair view of BFLA as a standard in its own right, tracing the bilingual development of four fictitious prototypical children. As always, her clarity of thought and writing makes the book accessible to anyone.

--Masayo Yamamoto, Professor of Bilingualism Studies, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

De Houwer's book introduces readers to the research findings about bilingual first language acquisition through the charming stories of four imaginary bilingual children growing up in different contexts. Parents, students, and practitioners alike will discover what to expect from typical bilingual acquisition, including how individual "typical" can be!

--Elena Nicoladis, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada

Overall this book is written in an understandable and easy-to-follow manner, particularly due to the use of stories of the four children throughout...this book would be an excellent addition to a course on bilingual child language acquisition, as it contains clearly explained information on bilingual language acquisition in an easily accessible format.

--Alyssa Martoccio, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA "Studies in Second Language Acquisition / Volume 33 / Issue 04 / December 2011, pp 629-631"

Kurzbeschreibung

Increasingly, children grow up hearing two languages from birth. This introductory textbook shows how children learn to understand and speak those languages against the backdrop of their language learning environments. A narrative around the bilingual development of four young children with different language profiles helps to explain the latest research findings in a lively and accessible manner.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 565 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 104 Seiten
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B005IP4RFG
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 19. Oktober 2016
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Interesting for a textbook. I do wish I could print, I may be a bit old-school.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book 1. Januar 2014
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Great book for educators and parents of bilingual children. All bilingual parents should read this book to give them tips on how to work with bilingualism in their own families.
5.0 von 5 Sternen very readable 7. November 2015
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i enjoyed reading this book. It is full of examples, good explanations, solid references, and flows harmoniously. I recomend its reading to bilingual people or those interested in bilingualism.
2.0 von 5 Sternen Two Stars 7. Februar 2016
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Nothing, but common sense.
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