Guidelines for the Teaching of French to Franco-Americans

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Guidelines for the Teaching of French to Franco-Americans

Description

Dissertation exploring the resources and methods available for teaching the French language to the Franco American native French speaker. Suggestions for materials, activity, and practice in the Franco American's bilingual education setting, including tools for fostering "historical perspective" and an appreciation of "cross-culturalism." Particular attention to the Franco American student, namely one's language behaviors and pronunciations, historical background, and cultural heritage. Provides an overview of the history of New England Franco Americans. Includes a selective bibliography for research on bilingualism. From the author: "A general premise of this dissertation is that the language and cultural assets of the Franco-American student can be organized for meaningful language learning experiences....The result of this dissertation should be guidelines to writing and organizing language teaching materials for Franco-Americans" (1,2).

Creator

DubeĢ, Normand C.

Date

1971

Language

en; fr

Type

Thesis/Dissertation

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Coverage

1971; New England

Contribution Form

Zotero

Language

English, with some français

Num Pages

275

Place

Columbus, Ohio

Thesis Type

Ph. D., Education

University

The Ohio State University

URL

Guidelines... @ The Ohio State University
Guidelines... @ Google Books

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