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Translanguaging for Emergent Bilinguals: Inclusive Teaching in the Linguistically Diverse Classroom


reviewed by Craig Hughes & Yukari Amos - June 13, 2019

coverTitle: Translanguaging for Emergent Bilinguals: Inclusive Teaching in the Linguistically Diverse Classroom
Author(s): Danling Fu, Xenia Hadjioannou, & Xiaodi Zhou
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807761125, Pages: 144, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 13, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22932, Date Accessed: 7/21/2019 7:12:00 AM

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  • Craig Hughes
    Central Washington University
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    CRAIG A. HUGHES is a professor of Bilingual Education/Teaching ESL at Central Washington University. He completed his PhD in Social, Cultural, and Bilingual Foundations of Education at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His recent publications include specific use of annotated lesson plans in preparing teacher candidates and the education of Mexican descent students at the secondary school level. His current areas of interest is to continue with his studies of Mexican descent students and reconceptualizing translanguaging to make it more accessible for classroom teachers.
  • Yukari Amos
    Central Washington University
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    YUKARI TAKIMOTO AMOS is a professor in the Department of Education, Development, Teaching, and Learning at Central Washington University where she teaches multicultural education and TESL-related classes. Her research interests include teachers of colorís experiences, studies of immigrant studentsí English language learning, international students at American universities, and the dispositions of pre-service teachers in the United States towards cultural and linguistic diversity.
 
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