Category: My Disclaimer
Today I passed my dissertation defense. I have been writing about being bilingual for 9 years on this blog and I NOW have the title to back up my thoughts and ideas. Si se pudo!!!!
After several months of living in Guayaquil, specifically Samborondon, I have finally reached a point where I can see their sense of orderliness. It happened when I was driving down, like I do everyday, the infamous peninsula strip in Samborondon. Driving in this upper-class suburb is nothing compared to the intensity and vibration Guayaquil, the […]
There is some ground-breaking work to be done in the field of bilingual education. This work involves the development of instructional strategies that has the heritage language learner in mind. The following are a few terms (used by various researchers) who are starting to do work in naming and developing those strategies: Cross-language Transfer Translanguaging […]