What are the models of bilingual education?

Bilingual education program models

  • Transitional bilingual education.
  • Immersion bilingual education.
  • Two-way or dual language immersion.
  • English as a second language.
  • Late-exit or developmental bilingual education.
  • Effects of mother-tongue instruction.

What is your bilingual model?

Bilingual program models Students in bilingual programs are grouped according to their first language, and teachers must be proficient in both English and the students’ home language. These are designed to help children acquire the English skills required to succeed in an English-only mainstream classroom.

What are the 3 pillars of bilingual education?

Know the three pillars of dual language. Bilingualism/biliteracy. High academic achievement in both program languages. Sociocultural competence.

What is the difference between dual language and bilingual?

Bilingual education is an umbrella term for many types of programs in which two languages are used for instruction. Dual Language education is an effective approach to developing language proficiency and literacy in English and a partner language.

What are the three goals of dual language?

The goals of dual language are for students to develop high levels of language proficiency and literacy in both program languages, to demonstrate high levels of academic achievement, and to develop an appreciation for and an understanding of diverse cultures.

What are the benefits of dual language programs?

Benefits of Dual Language

  • Ability to speak, read, and write fluently in English and Spanish.
  • Increased level of cognitive capacity and critical thinking.
  • Increased level of academic achievement for students enrolled in the program long-term.
  • Improved cultural awareness and appreciation of our diverse community.