Breaking the boundaries: migrant workers' children in the EC by Hans Reich, Euan Reid

By Hans Reich, Euan Reid

Based on a comparative research of 15 tasks at the schooling of kids of migrant employees in 10 ecu group nations, this e-book offers descriptions of complex perform, difficulties encountered and ideas came upon. the implications are summarized lower than such headings as equality of chance, schooling for bilingualism, intercultural schooling and anti-racist approaches.

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In positive terms, this means that intercultural education fosters problem-oriented and communicative teaching and learning strategies at the expense of the inculcation of fossilised knowledge 'about' things, people, and events; and that it puts a premium on capacity for action rather than on academic knowledge divorced from action. It follows from this that intercultural education, where it does focus on ethnic minorities, is not primarily concerned with what we are used to calling the 'cultures of origin', but with the actual cultures of the new minority groups in their new settings.

In K. KREISER and F. PINGEL (eds) Türkisch als Muttersprache in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Schulbücher und Unterrichtskonzepte zwischen zwei Kulturen. Braunschweig. , OZHAN, I. and WEIL, G. 1984, Das Fach Türkisch als 1. und 2. Fremdsprache und als Muttersprachenfach in der BRD und im europäischen Bereich. In H-J. BRANDT, and C-P. HAASE (eds) Begegnung mit Türken Begegnung mit dem Islam. Hamburg. Brussels-Foyer 1981-87 Bicultural in Brussels: Trilingualism as an Educational Objective (Bi-cultureel te Brussel.

Reich. Includes bibliographical references and index.  Children of migrant laborers-Education - European Economic Community countries.  Intercultural education - European Economic Community countries.  Education, bilingual - European Economic Community countries.  Reich, Hans H. 96'75'094 dc20 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 1-85359-134-3 ISBN 1-85359-133-5 (pbk) Multilingual Matters Ltd UK: Bank House, 8a Hill Road, Clevedon, Avon BS21 7HH, England.

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