Philosophy on bilingual education: Sociocultural competence and Identity

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Aleksandra A. Sulik

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In this article the author views philosophy questions of language and identity on bilingual education. There are two philosophies of bilingual education: maintenance and transitional, which influence on the way of learning foreign language and, as a result, on a person’s development in society — awareness of human identity. The author describes functions and structures of a bilinguism, a sociocultural competence, a language and an identity and says that learning languages and personality formation are connected. So that way what language and how we learning it define us in society.

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Sulik, A. (2020). Philosophy on bilingual education: Sociocultural competence and Identity. Educational Dimension, 54(2), 198-212. https://doi.org/10.31812/educdim.v54i2.3868
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Theory, history and methodology of learning

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