アメリカにおけるスペイン語教育<br>Mi Lengua : Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States, Research and Practice

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アメリカにおけるスペイン語教育
Mi Lengua : Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States, Research and Practice

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基本説明

Some chapters are written in Spanish and each chapter presents a practical section on pedagogical implications that provides practice-related suggestions for the teaching of Spanich as a heritage language from elementary grades to secondary and college and university levels.

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An increasing number of U.S. Latinos are seeking to become more proficient in Spanish. The Spanish they may have been exposed to in childhood may not be sufficient when they find themselves as adults in more demanding environments, academic or professional. Heritage language learners appear in a wide spectrum of proficiency, from those who have a low level of speaking abilities, to those who may have a higher degree of bilingualism, but not fluent. Whatever the individual case may be, these heritage speakers of Spanish have different linguistic and pedagogical needs than those students learning Spanish as a second or foreign language. The members of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) have identified teaching heritage learners as their second greatest area of concern (after proficiency testing). Editors Ana Roca and Cecilia Colombi saw a great need for greater availability and dissemination of scholarly research in applied linguistics and pedagogy that address the development and maintenance of Spanish as a heritage language and the teaching of Spanish to U.S. Hispanic bilingual students in grades K-16. The result is Mi lengua: Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States. Mi lengua delves into the research, theory, and practice of teaching Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. The editors and contributors examine theoretical considerations in the field of Heritage Language Development (HLD) as well as community and classroom-based research studies at the elementary, secondary, and university levels. Some chapters are written in Spanish and each chapter presents a practical section on pedagogical implications that provides practice-related suggestions for the teaching of Spanish as a heritage language to students from elementary grades to secondary and college and university levels.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           vii
Guadalupe Valdes
Insights from Research and Practice in 1 (24)
Spanish as a Heritage Language
M. Cecilia Colombi
Ana Roca
PART I SPANISH AS A HERITAGE LANGUAGE
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Toward a Theory of Heritage Language 25 (26)
Acquisition
Spanish in the United States
Andrew Lynch
Profiles of SNS Students in the 51 (27)
Twenty-first Century
Pedagogical Implications of the Changing
Demographics and Social Status of U.S.
Hispanics
Maria M. Carreira
Un enfoque funcional para la ensenanza del 78 (18)
ensayo expositivo
M. Cecilia Colombi
La ensenanza del espanol en Nuevo Mexico 96 (27)
¿Revitalizacion o erradicacion de
la variedad chicana?
Ysaura Bernal-Enriquez
Eduardo Hernandez Chavez
PART II COMMUNITY AND CLASSROOM-BASED
RESEARCH STUDIES IMPLICATIONS FOR INSTRUCTION
K--16
``Spanish in My Blood'' 123(31)
Children's Spanish Language Development
in Dual-Language Immersion Programs
Ernestina Pesina Hernandez
Hinako Takahashi-Breines
Rebecca Blum-Martinez
Minority Perspectives on Language 154(16)
Mexican and Mexican-American Adolescents'
Attitudes toward Spanish and English
Karen Beckstead
Almeida Jacqueline Toribio
META: A Model for the Continued Acquisition 170(28)
of Spanish by Spanish/English Bilinguals in
the United States
Roberto Luis Carrasco
Florencia Riegelhaupt
La ensenanza del espanol a los 198(15)
hispanohablantes bilingues y su efecto en
la produccion oral
Marta Fairclough
N. Ariana Mrak
Academic Registers in Spanish in the U.S. 213(22)
A Study of Oral Texts Produced by
Bilingual Speakers in a University
Graduate Program
Mariana Achugar
¡No me suena! 235(22)
Heritage Spanish Speakers' Writing
Strategies
Ana Maria Schwartz
Navegando a traves del registro formal 257(12)
Curso para hispanohablantes bilingues
Rebeca Acevedo
Spanish Print Environments 269(22)
Implications for Heritage Language
Development
Sandra Liliana Pucci
Contributors 291(4)
Index 295