Edited By Manuel Jiménez Raya and Terry Lamb
Insights into Language Education Policies is of particular interest to academic researchers, policymakers, and teaching professionals interested in language education. It aims to provide the reader with critical insights into language education policies in diverse countries around the world. The chapters examine from different perspectives (for instance, migration and minority languages, indigenous languages, and content and language integrated learning [CLIL] instruction) the measures adopted in these settings to foster (modern) language learning, underlining their strengths and weaknesses and suggesting future avenues and courses of action to enhance plurilingual education in these particular contexts and beyond.
List of tables
Flávia Vieira and Maria Alfredo Moreira
From European to national policies in language education: Plurilingualism and the case of Portugal
Table 1: FL learning in Portuguese schools (2014 data)
José Manuel Vez Jeremías
Language policies in Galicia: From bilingual education to trilingual schools
Table 1: Initial and habitual language of Galicians (González González et al., 1994: 39; González González et al., 1995: 94)
Table 2: Initial language by age groups (González González et al., 1994: 71)
Table 3: Language used with different family members (González González et al., 1995: 172, 208)
Table 4: Language use among family members (data from the CGC, 2003)
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