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Understanding the Oral and Written Translanguaging Practices of Emergent Bilinguals


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  • Introduction: Korean as a Heritage Language in the US: Historical and Contemporary Attitudes to Bilingual Education
  • Towards Heteroglossic Perspectives in Understanding Emergent Bilinguals’ Translanguaging Practices
  • Researching with Students and Parents to Understand Translanguaing Practices: Situating the Study
  • Oral and Written Language Use and Translanguaging Functions of First-Grade Korean Bilingual Students Across School and Home Contexts
  • Oral and Written Language Use and Translanguaging Functions of Third-Grade Korean Bilingual Students
  • A Longitudinal Study: Focal Students’ Bilingual Language Use Over Time and the Socio-cultural Influences on HL Development
  • Summary, Discussions, and Implications for Researchers, Educators, and Parents
  • Appendices


    About the Author

    Chaehyun Lee is assistant professor of educational instruction and leadership at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, U.S.

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