By Dr. Wolfgang Berg (auth.), Julia Athena Spinthourakis PhD., John Lalor, Dr. Wolfgang Berg (eds.)
The so-called state states have created ethnical minorities. additionally as a result of migration, cultural range is the truth. The multicultural society is strongly reproduced within the faculties in every single place Europe. Cultural range within the lecture room is more and more well-known as a possible which shouldn't be ignored. the academic approach has, particularly, to supply all teenagers with equivalent possibilities. specialists from Finland, the united kingdom, Hungary, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, and different eu states, as a rule liable for instructor schooling, have contributed to this quantity with serious, yet confident feedback at the lecture room fact of their countries.
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Recent research carried out by Margit Feischmidt and Pál Nyíri (2006) focused on the problem of foreign students and their schools. It applied ethnographic methods to find out how the Hungarian educational system responds to the presence of immigrant children, whose mother tongue is not Hungarian, and how immigrant children and their parents perceive the situations they face day by day. The study confirmed and, at the same time, refined the results of former research: while there have been positive changes in the system, even a 34 J.
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Academic language tasks are context reduced with information often being read from a textbook or presented by the teacher. As a student gets older the context of academic tasks becomes more and more reduced. The language also becomes more cognitively demanding. New ideas, concepts and language are presented to the students at the same time. The acquisition of basic communication skills or BICS (basic interpersonal communication skills), that is the context-embedded and cognitively undemanding aspects of language, does not mean, according to Cummins (1979, 1991, 1994), that they have also acquired the context-induced, cognitively demanding language skills (Mitakidou et al, 2008: 180).
Cultural Diversity in the Classroom: A European Comparison by Dr. Wolfgang Berg (auth.), Julia Athena Spinthourakis PhD., John Lalor, Dr. Wolfgang Berg (eds.)