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      Ko-Yin Sung
    
      Hsiao-Mei Tsai

Mandarin Chinese Dual Language Immersion Programs

; Hsiao-Mei Tsai

«<p>Bravo to Ko-Yin Sung and Hsiao-Mei Tsai for a book that gives us both a broad analysis of Utah’s Chinese One-Way Immersion programs and the larger context in which they are situated, and an in-depth and fascinating look at Chinese dual language immersion from several important angles. This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of a still very much under-researched phenomenon that is growing in the US, in both importance and numbers.</p>»

Deborah K. Palmer, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
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The first dual language instruction book to focus on a non-alphabetical language, Mandarin Chinese
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Forlag: Multilingual Matters
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 216
ISBN: 9781788923958
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«<p>Bravo to Ko-Yin Sung and Hsiao-Mei Tsai for a book that gives us both a broad analysis of Utah’s Chinese One-Way Immersion programs and the larger context in which they are situated, and an in-depth and fascinating look at Chinese dual language immersion from several important angles. This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of a still very much under-researched phenomenon that is growing in the US, in both importance and numbers.</p>»

Deborah K. Palmer, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

«<p>The book provides great insights into multiple aspects of the Chinese-English DLI programs in Utah through a series of empirical studies. One interesting contribution of this book is its study on students' translanguaging practices in Chinese-English DLI classrooms.</p>»

, Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education 8:1

«<p>With the ever-increasing heritage language representation in the US, Sung and Tsai present the unique challenges and benefits of implementing an English-Chinese dual language program. Their comprehensive book, building on the English-Spanish dual language scholarship, serves to extend the field and is an outstanding resource for all bilingual educators.</p>»

Belinda Bustos Flores, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Introduction
Benefits, Challenges, and Suggestions: Voices from Teachers and Administrators
Benefits, Challenges, and Suggestions: Voices from Parents
Exploring Chinese DLI Teachers' Identities
Creating an Effective and Supportive Dual Language Classroom
Language Teaching and Learning Strategies Employed in a First-year Chinese Dual Language Immersion Classroom
Applying the Concept of Chunking in Teaching and Learning Chinese Characters
Oral Interactions between Teacher and Students: Corrective Feedback, Learner-uptake, and Learner-repair
Translanguaging: A Documentation of how Emergent Bilinguals use Translanguaging in their Daily Communication
Conclusion
Ko-Yin Sung is an Associate Professor in the Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies at Utah State University, USA. Her interests include learner motivation, language learning strategies, Chinese character instruction and technology-assisted language learning.



Hsiao-Mei Tsai is a Chinese teacher in the dual language immersion program in Cache County School District, Utah, USA. Her interests include instruction in dual language programs, language learning strategies and second language acquisition.