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Preserving the French Cajun Language and Culture
CALEC Bulletin #69 - For the past 69 years, a Cajun radio station in South Louisiana has been on the air, preserving the culture and tradition of airing live music from a bar each Saturday morning.
In the News
This very readable offers a mixture of pedagogically sound material about cross-cultural communication in the classroom, as well as reflections from Latinos who have started out as students but have become teachers and scholars themselves. The case for equity and accessibility in K-12 and university education across languages and cultures is a persuasive one.
This book provides unique insights into the different angles of bilingualism and will change the way you look at multilingual language skills and bilingual children, as well as mainstream child development approaches and policies.
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Sébastien Lafragette, spécialiste de la langue françaises, évoque la situation du multilinguisme aux Émirats arabes unis. Il explique que la prédominance de trois langues principales - l'anglais, l'arabe et le chinois - n'entrave en rien l'utilisation du français.
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