Libraries and the Bilingual Child: Understanding Issues of Language Acquisition Selected Webinar Resources Compiled by Oralia Garza

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Ada, Alma Flor and Colin Baker.(2000). Gúia para padres y maestros de niños bilingües.(Parents’and Teachers’ Guides, 5). Multilingual Matters. Baker, Colin and Anne Sienkewicz. 2000. The Care and Education of Young Bilinguals: An Introduction for Professionals. Clevedon, Bufalo,Toronto and Sydney: Multilingual Matters LTD. Cummins, Jim. (1996). Negotiating Identities: Education for Empowerment in a Diverse Society. Ontario: California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE). Cloud, N.; Genessee, F.; Hamayan, E. (2000). Dual language instruction: A handbook for enriched education. Boston. Heinle. Espinosa. Linda M. Challenging Common Myths About Young English Language Learners. Foundation for Child Development. FCD Policy Brief Advancing PK-3. January 2008. Espinosa, Linda M. Five Myths about English Language.Learners.2008.Foundation for Child Development. FCD. Policy Brief. Advancing PK-3. No. Eight. January 2008. Freire, Paulo and Donaldo Macedo.(1987). Literacy: Reading the Word and the World. Introduction by Henry A. Giroux. Foreword by Ann Berthoff. (Critical Studies in Education Series). South Hadley, Ma: Bergin & Garvey Publishers, Inc. Gordon, Tatiana. Gordon. (2007). Teaching Young Children a Second Language. Teaching Young Children Series. Westport, Ct. and London: Praeger Publishers. Gregory, Linda Pohlabel and Timothy G. Morrison. (1998). Lap Reading for Young at Risk Children: Introducing Families to Books. Early Childhood Education Journal. Vol. 26, No. 2. 1998. pp. 67-77.

King, Kendal, Ph.D. and Alison Mackey, Ph.D. (2007). The Bilingual Edge: Why, When, and How to Teach Your Child a Second Language. HarperCollins,2007. Kendall King. The bilingual mind and the bilingual experience: Separating fact from fiction. ALA Annual Conference. REFORMA Program. Anaheim, Ca.June, 2008. National Task Force on Early Childhood Education For Hispanics/La Comisión Nacional para la educación de la Niñez Hispana. Para nuestras niños: The School Readiness and Academic Achievement in Reading and Mathematics of Young Hispanic Children in the United States. Tucson, Arizona. May 2007. Overall, Patricia. Montiel, Patricia. REFORMA National Conference III, El Paso, Texas. Sept. 2008. Reyes, María de la Luz and John J. Halcón. (Ed.). (2001). The Best for Our Children: Critical Perspectives on Literacy for Latino Students. (Language and Literacy Series). Foreword by Sonia Nieto. New York and London: Teachers College Press. Six Research Based Guiding Principles: Serving the Needs of English Learners in Preschool “School Readiness” Programs. Developed by a Working Group from Eight County Offices of Education, convened by the Southern California Comprehensive Assistance Center in Spring, 2005. Los Angles County Office of Education. Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove. (1984). Bilingual or Not. The Education of Minorites. Clevedon,Avon: Multilingual Matters. Thompson, Linda. (2000). Young Bilingual Learners in Nursery School . Multilingual Matters. Whitmore, Kathryn. F. (2004). Critical lessons from the transactional perspective on early literacy research. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. London, Thousand Oaks, Ca. and New Delhi: Sage Publications. Vol 4 (3). 291-325.

Online Web Resources
Challenging Common Myths About Young English Language Learners. Espinosa. Linda M. Foundation for Child Development. FCD Policy Brief Advancing PK-3. February 2008.

Children of Immigrants: Facts and Figures. May 2006. The Urban Institute. May 2006. ID=900955 Accessed June 26, 2008 Educational outcomes for young English Language Learners (ELL) from ages three to five.Linda Espinoza.The Foundation for Child Development. English Usage Among Hispanics in United States . Pew Hispanic Forum Forum. Five Myths about English Language Learners.2008. Foundation for Child Development. FCD. Policy Brief. Advancing PK-3. No. Eight. January 2008. Accessed June 12, 2008. Language Needs of School-Age Children . Robert A. Kominski and Hyon B. Shin, U.S. Census Bureau; Karen Marotz, SUNY Albany. April , 2008. - Accessed June 26, 2008. Relationship of English Only to Young Children’s Social and Language Skills. Univeristy of Chapell Hill. FPG Snapshot. March, 2007. Accessed June 26, 2008. Responding to Linguistic and Cultural Diversity : Recommendations for Effective Early Childhood Education. A Postion statement of the National Association for the Education of the Young Child. NAEYC, (1995 San Luis Obispo County Office of Education. English Language Learners/Bilingual Education. Section 2: The Needs of English Language Learners and the Process of Learning a New Language. Illinois Research Center. %20of%20EL%20and%20Developing%20New%20Language.doc

Summary of Research Findings on English Language Learners. Working Document. Karen Hill Scott. Com. 2006. Accessed December 3, 2008. Supporting Early Literacy in Young English Language Learners. Dr. Lillian Duran. PLA March 2008.,7,Why specifically Oral Vocabulary for Spanish-speaking children? Accessed June 16, 2008. Vargas, Marcia. 2004. Two-Way Bilingual Immersion Programs Bibliography. 2-Way CABE. %20Language%20bibliography.pdf

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