Fifth Summer Heritage Language Research Institute: (Re)Learning the Heritage Language: Integrating Linguistics and Pedagogy
June 26 - July 1, 2011
University of California, Los Angeles
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Heritage Language Research: Lessons Learned and New Directions (featured paper)
This presentation will provide a brief review of past and recent trends in heritage language research and will identify a number of promising areas where new research has begun or is needed, including research on differentiated Instruction for HL and FL Learners, the 1.5 Generation, children of dual heritage, adopted children and their parents, identity studies, linguistic landscape, community, and social network analysis, and the role of "surrogate heritage as ethnic or cultural unifiers among linguistically diverse populations, language policies that promote or inhibit heritage language education.
Presenter: Terrence G. Wiley
June 26, 2011
Royce Hall 314
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