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Handbook of Research and Practice in Heritage Language Education

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ISBN: 978-3-319-38893-9 (Print) 978-3-319-38893-9 (Online)

Table of contents (41 entries)

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      A Language Contact Perspective on Heritage Languages in the Classroom

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      Barriers in d/Deaf Pedagogy in the North Eastern States in India

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      Bilingualism in Younger Generation of Greek Orthodox Community in Istanbul: The Language Use of Greek and Turkish Languages in Greek Minority Educational Institutions

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      Building Empowering Multilingual Learning Communities in Icelandic Schools

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      Critical Approaches to Heritage Language Learning: From Linguistic Survival to Resistance and Action

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      Cultural, Linguistic Knowledge and Experiences Among Learners of Chinese Origin in Spain

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      Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Modeling Teachers’ Professional Learning to Advance Plurilingualism

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      Developing Metacognition and Interculturality in Heritage Language Learners

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      Encouraging the Use and Activation of Heritage Languages in the Broader Educational System

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      Heritage Language Development in Interlingual Families

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      Heritage Language Education in Germany. A Focus on Turkish and Russian from Primary to Higher Education

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      Heritage Language Learners in Mixed University Classes: Language Skills, Attitudes, and Implications for Curriculum Development

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      Heritage Language Speakers in the University Classroom, Doing Research

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      Heritage Language, Identity, and Education in Europe: Evidence from the UK

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      Heritage and Language: Cultural Diversity and Education

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      High Stakes Assessment of Heritage Languages: The Case of the Victorian Certificate of Education

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      Identity and Motivation Among Heritage Language Learners of Italian in New Zealand: A Social Constructivist Perspective

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      Identity, Language, and Language Policies in the Diaspora: Historical-Comparative Approach

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      Ideological Framing of Heritage Language Education in the United States

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      Language and Ethnicity

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