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The following sites are given for information only and do not represent an endorsement. Remember to ask your local library about non-English language books as well. Bilingualism Matters Evidence-based information on bilingualism and language. Books on raising bilingual children for parents, carers, and guardians Parents can often feel pressured into buying every book on the topic of bilingualism, but for almost all families, one or two of these books will provide sufficient guidance. Growing up with three languages.
Books on teaching bilingual students and EAL aimed at teachers and educators A quick online search reveals an intimidatingly large number of titles in this field. Chapter 7 Concluding Remarks.
Useful Websites for Parents. She was born and grew up in the People's Republic of China and came to the United States on a graduate scholarship awarded by the United Nations. Wang has conducted research in different cultural communities and worked with children and parents of immigrant and multilingual families. Wang has traveled in many parts of the world and studied languages such as English, French, Russian, and Japanese.