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Adesope, O. O., Lavin, T., Thompson, T., & Ugerleider C. (2010). A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Cognitive Correlates of Bilingualism. Review of Educational Research, 80(2), 207-245.
Akcan, S. (2005). Supporting oral second language use: A learning experience in a first grade German immersion class. Early Childhood Education Journal, 32, 359–364.
Akcan, S. (2005). Puppet theater time in a first grade french-immersion class. Young Children, 38–41.
Alberta Learning. (2000). Bibliographic annotte: Selecton annotte: Selection d’ouvrages de la litterature jennesse. Alberta Learning.
Allen, P., Swain, M., Harley, B., & Cummis, J. (1990). Aspects of classroom treatment: Toward a more comprehensive view of SL education. In B. Harley, P. Allen, J. Cummins, & M. Swain (Eds.), The Development of Second-Language Proficiency (pp. 57–81). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Alliance for Service Learning in Education Reform. (1993). Standards of quality for school-based service-learning. Equity & Excellence in Education, 26(2), 71–73.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (1997-2002). Language-based learning disabilities. Retrieved from http://www.asha.org
Andrews, B. (1996-8). Multimedia in the foreign language classroom. Retrieved from ERIC Database (ED413770)
Andrus, E. (1996). Service learning: Taking students beyond community service. Middle School Journal, 28(2), 10–18.
Annandale, E. (1986). French teacher training: Problems and solutions -- A Manitoba perspective. Canadian Modern Language Review, 41(5), 910–916.
Arlington Public Schools Ed. Center. (1997). Spanish partial-immersion program rubrics for writing and speaking in English and Spanish for grades 1-5. Arlington Public Schools.
Armengol, R. & Badia, I. (1998). Developing the language of mathematics in partial-immersion: The ladder to success. Learning Languages, 14–18.
Arnau, J. (2000). Catalan immersion teachers: Principles of language teaching. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 3(2), 79–100. Retrieved from http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a907079750
Arnau, J. & Bel, A. (1995). How different contexts promote the use of language in a Catalan immersion program: Instructional implications. In M. Buss, & C. Lauren (Eds.), Language immersion: Teaching and second language acquisition (pp. 107–140). Vaasa, Finland: University of Vaasa.
Arries, J. F. (1999). Learning disabilities and foreign languages: A curriculum approach to the design of inclusive courses. Modern Language Journal, 83(1), 98–110.
Asia Society. (2012). Chinese language learning in the early grades: A handbook of resources and best practices for Mandarin immersion NY, NY: Asia Society. Retrieved from http://asiasociety.org/education/chinese-language-initiatives/chinese-language-learning-early-grades
Bak, T. H., Nissan, J. J., Allerhand, M. M., Deary, I. J. (2014). Does bilingualism influence cognitive aging? Annals of Neurology. Published online: June 2, 2014, doi: 10.1002/ana.24158
Baker, C. (1997). Language contact in the classroom. In W. WoIck (Ed.), Recent studies in contact linguistics (pp. 9–19). Bonn: Dummler.
Baker, S. & MacIntyre, P. (2003). The role of gender and immersion in communication and second language orientations. Language Learning, 53, 65–96.
Baker, W. (2005). The interaction of the bilingual’s two phonetic systems: Differences in early and late Korean-English bilinguals. In J. Cohen, K.T. McAlister, K. Rolstad, & J. MacSwan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism (pp. 163–174). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

 

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