TITLE

Chapter 6: VERNACULAR INSTRUCTION AND BI-LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN FRENCH CREOLE SPEAKERS

AUTHOR(S)
DUTCH, BERBICE; SIMMONS-MCDONALD, HAZEL
PUB. DATE
July 2006
SOURCE
Exploring the Boundaries of Caribbean Creole Languages;2006, p118
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 6 of the book "Exploring the Boundaries of Caribbean Creole Languages" is presented. It discusses the vernacular instruction and bi-literacy development in French Creole speakers. It also examines the conceptual model for the French Creole component and provides a comparison of the English and Kwéyòl language.
ACCESSION #
34015496

 

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