Bilingualism (English-Spanish) is changing the teaching paradigm in Spanish education centers. Besides, bilingual education in the United States is constantly provoking debates among the Spanish language supporters and its opponents. This research area is focused on the information and analysis of the different practices involved in bilingual education, its main challenges, difficulties, and synergies, as well as the problems faced by teachers and instructors, and those related to the second language acquisition processes.
- Journal articleBridging the Gap Between Expectations and Teaching on the Field Practice: Instituto Franklin-UAH as Intercultural Mediator for Language Assistants in Spain
Basic research has shown that some differences between educational aspects of Spanish and American culture, such as perceptions about on roles, attitudes, communication, teaching methods and even...