2 edition of Frisian-Dutch bilingual primary schools found in the catalog.
Frisian-Dutch bilingual primary schools
|Statement||by Kr. Boelens.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Frisian-Dutch bilingual primary schools. ['s-Gravenhage, Netherland]: Ministry of Education and Science,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Krine Boelens Compared with other language minorities in Europe, bilingual education in Friesland can be placed at an intermediate position (Sikma & Gorter,p.
The provisions for Frisian may appear to be better than for minority languages of migrant groups in the Netherlands (Extra, ). Developments in bilingual Frisian-Dutch education in Friesland emphasised the teaching of Frisian in primary schools.
The developments over the last decades have not been as remarkable as in A total of 66 9- to year-old Frisian–Dutch bilingual children were recruited from five different primary schools in the countryside of the province of Fryslân. The schools distributed information folders and consent forms among the parents of the children, and only the children whose parents had signed the consent form were :// West Frisian, or simply Frisian (Westerlauwersk Frysk or simply Frysk, pronounced ; Dutch: Westerlauwers Fries, pronounced) is a West Germanic language spoken mostly in the province of Friesland (Fryslân) in the north of the Netherlands, mostly by those of Frisian is the most widely spoken of the Frisian :// This paper focuses on the position and development of the Frisian language in the educational system in Friesland.
It discusses the achievements and the research results of special projects in bilingual and trilingual schools. It gives an overview of the language proficiency, attitudes and the new challenges of the education system. The Frisian language has obtained a presence on all levels of In a group of five- and six-year-old Frisian–Dutch bilingual children (n = ), we investigated to what extent vocabulary and morphology knowledge were predicted by reading activities, watching TV, and story-telling activities in both languages.
The results showed that reading in Frisian predicted both Frisian vocabulary and morphology Education of Children with Frisian Home Language Article in Applied Psychology 29(1‐2) - 60 January with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads' Various studies have shown that bilingual children need a certain degree of proficiency in both languages before their bilingual experiences enhance their executive functioning (EF).
In the current study, we investigated if degree of bilingualism in Frisian-Dutch children influenced EF and if this effect was sustained over a 3-year period. To this end, longitudinal data were analyzed from Clapp, Ouida H. (ed.), Classroom Practices in Teaching English Responses to Sexism.