Learning and Teaching in Bi/Multilingual Settings (7996LHS)

This course deals with social and educational responses to linguistic diversity and the consequences of language policies and practices for language learners. The course covers bi/multilingual language development, assessment of bi/multilingual learners, and ethnic and social identity in second language users. It also examines school policies and practices, teacher beliefs and attitudes as well as introducing techniques for managing linguistically and culturally diverse classes.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 1A

Education and Nursing Courses will be charged at the Student Contribution band 1 rate. Transitional arrangements apply.

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