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Which fundamental features of an American bilingual school will need to be developed to support the shift from monolingual to plurilingual perspective?

Abstract : In a context of worldwide globalization, and population mobility, the school audience is more and more diverse. To ensure the learning and success of all students regardless of their linguistic and cultural background, a shift from a monolingual to a plurilingual perspective is necessary. In order to accomplish such a transformation, many features are to be considered with a holistic approach. This research is a case-study of a French American bilingual school aiming at finding which fundamental features of an American bilingual school will need to be developed to support a shift from a monolingual to a plurilingual perspective.
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Ketsia Cabaz. Which fundamental features of an American bilingual school will need to be developed to support the shift from monolingual to plurilingual perspective?. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2021. ⟨dumas-03421549⟩

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