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Spanish as a heritage language in the United States

Sara M. Beaudrie

Spanish as a heritage language in the United States

the state of the field

by Sara M. Beaudrie

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Published by Georgetown University Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Languages,
  • Hispanic Americans,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Acquisition,
  • Bilingual Education,
  • Spanish language

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Sara M. Beaudrie and Marta Fairclough
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPC4068.U5 S63 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25238601M
    ISBN 109781589019386
    LC Control Number2012007818

    Spanish colonizers first set foot in the area that would become the United States in the 16th century, founding a permanent colony in St. Augustine, Florida, in well before the English set up Jamestown. All European languages, on the other hand, are more foreign to North America than Karuk, Cherokee, Natchez or the scores of other. The terms Hispanic and Latino tend to be used interchangeably in the United States for people with origins in Spanish-speaking or Portuguese-speaking countries, like Mexico, Costa Rica, and Brazil. Contrary to many beliefs, Hispanic is not a race, but an ethnicity.

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      “Advances in Spanish as a Heritage Language is a pioneering work because it brings together linguistic and educational studies, perspectives, methodologies and debates, in an effort to find connections among these fields and thus better serve the academic community devoted to the study of heritage : BOOK REVIEW of Mi Lengua: Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States. Ana Roca and M. Cecilia Colombi. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, Pp. Author: Jennifer Leeman.


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Spanish as a heritage language in the United States by Sara M. Beaudrie Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States: The State of the Field takes a systematic approach to the theoretical and pedagogical aspect of Heritage Language instruction.

In thirteen essays, the volume's contributors identify primary areas of interest related to SHL in the United States/5(12). "Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States: The State of the Field takes a systematic approach to the theoretical and pedagogical aspect of Heritage Language instruction.

In thirteen essays, the volume's contributors identify primary areas of interest related to SHL in the United States. Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this population in the United States. In this comprehensive volume, experts offer an interdisciplinary overview of research on Spanish as a heritage language in the United States.

They also address the central role of education within the field. Mi lengua delves into the research, theory, and practice of teaching Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. The editors and contributors examine theoretical considerations in the field of Heritage Language Development (HLD) as well as community and classroom-based research studies at the elementary, secondary, and university levels/5(5).

There is growing interest in heritage language learners—individuals who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority language. Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this population in the United States.

In this comprehensive volume, experts offer an interdisciplinary overview of research on Spanish as a heritage. Heritage Language Teaching: Research and Practice Heritage Language Teaching provides teachers with knowledge and pedagogical tools to help them meet the needs of growing and diverse groups of heritage language learners in the United States.

In this book, the authors summarize current research in the areas of heritage, second language, and. Mi lengua delves into the research, theory, and practice of teaching Spanish as a heritage language in the United States.

The editors and contributors examine theoretical considerations in the field of Heritage Language Development (HLD) as well as community and classroom-based research studies at the elementary, secondary, and university levels.

language (or languages) in a given social context. In the United States, English is. the de facto dominant language (not an “official” language, but the primary language used in government, education, and public communication); thus, any language other than English can be considered a “heritage language” for speakers of that Size: 77KB.

Mi lengua: Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States addresses the issues and challenges of developing and maintaining Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. Our book brings together work that addresses theoretical considerations in the field of Heritage Language Development (HLD), as well as community and classroom-based research studies at the elementary, secondary.

Elena Foulis and Stacey Alex have put together an innovative textbook for Spanish heritage learners, which thoughtfully reflects our current understandings about Spanish heritage language teaching and learning in the United States. This book also importantly provides unique insights into the growing population of SHL learners in the Midwest.

Get this from a library. Spanish as a heritage language in the United States: the state of the field. [Sara M Beaudrie; Marta Ana Fairclough;] -- "There is growing interest in heritage language learners—individuals who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority language.

Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Spanish as a Heritage Language brings together contributions from leading linguists, educators and Latino Studies scholars involved in teaching and working with Spanish heritage language speakers.

This state-of-the-art overview covers a range of topics within five broad areas: Spanish in U.S. public life, Spanish heritage language use and systems.

In Chap “Research on University-Based Spanish Heritage Language Programs in the United States: The Current State of Affairs”, Sara Beaudrie provides a comprehensive review of the field of post-secondary education programs of Spanish as a HL across the United States.

Although Beaudrie notes. Spanish is the most studied foreign language in the United States, with about six million students. With over 50 million native speakers, heritage language speakers, and second-language speakers, the United States now has the second largest Spanish-speaking population in the world after Mexico [6] although it is not an official language of Language family: Indo-European.

There is growing interest in heritage language learners - individuals who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority language. Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this population in the United States.

In this comprehensive volume, experts offer an interdisciplinary overview of research on Spanish as a heritage /5(6). TY - BOOK. T1 - Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. T2 - The state of the field. AU - Beaudrie, Sara. AU - Fairclough, Marta.

PY - Y1 - N2 - There is growing interest in heritage language learners-individuals who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority by: Despite research on and support for heritage language programs in the United States, programs for Spanish speakers are still limited.

However, as more Spanish heritage language programs emerge and develop across the country, the future of these courses and programs looks promising. References Baker, P. ().File Size: KB. She published Spanish and Heritage Language Education in the United States: Struggling with Hypotheticals (Iberoamericana, ) and co-edited, Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States: State of the Field (Georgetown UP, ), as well as numerous book chapters and articles in journals.

A second volume, entitled Innovative Strategies. It is usually considered the world's second-most spoken native language, after Mandarin 75% of modern Spanish is derived from Latin. Ancient Greek has also contributed substantially to Spanish vocabulary, especially through Latin, where it had a great h is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

The Spanish they may have been exposed to in childhood may not be sufficient when they find themselves as adults in more demanding environments, academic or professional. Heritage language learners appear in a wide spectrum of proficiency, from those who have a low level of speaking An increasing number of U.S.

Latinos are seeking to become /5(3). Latinos Who Never Learn Spanish May Struggle With Identity: Code Switch Each year, a smaller proportion of Latinos in the United States speaks Spanish.

But for many, the language is still a.ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English and Spanish text. Description: x, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Insights from research and practice in Spanish as a heritage language / M.

Cecilia Colombi and Ana Roca --Part I: Spanish as a heritage language: theoretical considerations --Toward a theory of heritage language acquisition: Spanish in the United .Spanish as a heritage language in the United States: the state of the field / There is growing interest in heritage language learners-individuals who have a personal or familial connection to a nonmajority language.

Spanish learners represent the largest segment of this population in the United States.