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Bilingual narrative development among school-age Hispanic-Canadian children

Maria Carmen Romero Cachinero

Bilingual narrative development among school-age Hispanic-Canadian children

by Maria Carmen Romero Cachinero

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spanish language -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Canada.,
  • Discourse analysis, Narrative.,
  • Native language -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Canada.,
  • Children of immigrants -- Education (Elementary) -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Maria del Carmen Romero Cachinero.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 236 leaves :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19167295M
    ISBN 100612499014

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    Introduction to Language Development. 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications You will also learn about the research methodologies that are routinely used to study language development. The book contains 12 chapters, each providing an in-depth perspective on a central topic in language development. is the view that young bilingual. Bilingual Narrative Development in English and The subjects for this study were 40 English-Japanese bilingual, school-age children (17 boys and 23 girls, ages 6 to 12) residing in the multilingual, multicultural San Francisco Bay Area. picture-book reading task by English-Japanese bilingual children.

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Bilingual narrative development among school-age Hispanic-Canadian children by Maria Carmen Romero Cachinero Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bilingual narrative development among school-age Hispanic-Canadian children. Chen, Louis Shifting powers, mediating knowledge, and creating culture: The educational potential of instant messaging for academic learning. ( – ). Cohen, SarahFile Size: KB. Purpose Research has identified English oral language proficiency as being critical for Bilingual narrative development among school-age Hispanic-Canadian children book students' literacy development.

This study examines developmental patterns and associations among oral vocabulary and narrative skills in a longitudinal sample of 24 Spanish/English bilingual children from low socioeconomic backgrounds so as to further our understanding of the development Cited by: Findings from the ECS showed that many Spanish/English bilingual students lag behind monolingual children of the same age in their oral language abilities in English and Spanish (Páez, Tabors, & López, in press; Tabors, Páez, & López, ).Cited by: Narrative and Vocabulary Development of Bilingual Children From Kindergarten to First Grade: Developmental Changes and Associations Among English.

Purpose: This exploratory study investigates the development of oral narrative retell proficiency among Spanish-English emergent bilingual children longitudinally from kindergarten to second grade.

Hispanic families can make substantial contributions to their children’s literacy development at home (Garcia & Jensen, ). For example, early home literacy practices such as pointing out and using environmental print can also lead to higher literacy skills among school-age Hispanic children (Saracho, ).

Researchers have. Narrative Development in Bilingual Kindergarteners: Can Arthur Help. aspects of the language development of bilingual children. to produce the narrative in L1 or L2 first.

The same book Author: Yuuko Uchikoshi. In this longitudinal study, 21 bilingual children identified with PLI were each matched to a bilingual typically developing (TD) peer on age, sex, non‐verbal IQ and language exposure. During their kindergarten and first‐grade years, children retold stories from wordless picture books in Spanish (L1) and English (L2).Cited by: Previous research suggests that English monolingual children and adults can use speech disfluencies (e.g., uh) to predict that a speaker will name a novel understand the origins of this ability, we tested 48 month-old children (monolingual English, monolingual French, bilingual English–French; Study 1) and 16 adults (bilingual English–French; Study 2).

These findings suggest that bilingual children follow the general pattern of narrative development seen in monolingual children. Our findings are also consistent with prior research showing that the macrostructure of stories told by monolingual students with PLI is less complex than the macrostructure of stories told by their TD peers (Bishop Cited by: Method.

In a longitudinal group study, 20 Spanish–English bilingual children with PLI were matched by sex, age, nonverbal IQ score, and language exposure to 20 bilingual peers with typical development and administered the Test of Narrative Language (Gillam & Pearson, ) in English (their L2) at kindergarten and first by: 1.

Despite the importance of understanding the narrative abilities of bilingual children, minimal research has focused on Spanish–English bilingual preschoolers. Therefore, this study examined the cross-language macrostructure and within-language microstructure relations in the English and Spanish narratives of bilingual preschoolers and.

When researchers study the development of narrative skill, they usually assess different components of story grammar in children's narratives. Generally speaking, _____ refer to the references to internal motivations and mental states, and _____ refer to the references. Introduction.

Access and participation in bilingual opportunities for children with developmental disabilities (DD) 1 are the focus of this special issue. Bilingualism is often a necessity, sometimes a choice and, in countries such as Canada where there are two official languages, also a by: in School-Age Japanese-English Bilinguals Satomi Mishina-Mori, Yuki Nagai, and Yuri Jody Yujobo 1.

Background Cross-linguistic influence in simultaneous bilingual development It has been well established in the field of simultaneous bilingual development that the two languages develop in a separate manner (e.g., DeFile Size: KB.

Narrative and vocabulary development of bilingual children from kindergarten to first grade: Developmental changes and associations among English and Spanish skills.

Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 38, –Cited by: 5. Narrative and vocabulary development of bilingual children from kindergarten to first grade: Developmental changes and associations among English and Spanish skills. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 38, – Cited by: Welcome to Cambridge CoreCited by:   Method: Twelve bilingual (Spanish-English-speaking) children ranging in age from 4;0 (years;months) to 6;11 who were fluent speakers of English as a second language produced two narratives—one elicited by using a wordless picture book and another by using a static by: Narrative and vocabulary development of bilingual children from kindergarten to first grade: Developmental changes and associations among English and Spanish skills.

Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 38, –Cited by: 8. Language acquisition is a human endeavor par excellence. As children, all human beings learn to understand and speak at least one language: their mother tongue. It is a process that seems to take place without any obvious effort.

Second language learning, particularly among adults, causes more difficulty. The purpose of this series is to compile a collection of high-quality monographs on.Regardless of the acquisition pattern, it is important to keep in mind that comparisons of language proficiency among bilingual children warrants the individual attention of each bilingual child’s experiences in each language over time, including languages used at.

This study examines macrostructural aspects of narrative skills in 52 bilingual Swedish- and English-speaking children age 5–7. Elicited fictional story production and comprehension tasks were administered in parallel fashion in both Swedish and English (Multilingual Assessment Instrument for Narratives; Gagarina et al., ).Scores on the Multilingual Assessment Instrument for Narratives Cited by: