Bilingual Education. By: Rachel McKee, Lina Aamodt, and Annette Williams. Introduction. Miss Jensen’s class Rose Kids not accepting Wasn’t “fitting in” Had to help parents Incorporated Spanish in the classroom Kids more accepting Wanted to know MORE Fear. Thesis.
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By: Rachel McKee, Lina Aamodt,
and Annette Williams
Bilingualism should be treated as an asset to be preserved and not an obstacle to overcome (Moran, 2005)
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