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Dual Language Publications

Alanis, I. (2000). Students’ attitudes and perceptions in a two-way bilingual program.  The Journal of the Texas Association for Bilingual Education, 6 (1), 23-34.           

Alecio-Lara, R., Galloway, M., Irby, B. J., Gómez, L., Rodriguez, L. (2004). Two-way immersion programs in TexasBilingual Research Journal, 28(1).

Baker, C. (2003). Foundations of bilingual education and bilingualism (3rd ed.). Buffalo, NY: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.                

Brauer, J. Z. (1997).  Learning strategies of native English-speaking fourth grade students in a two-way bilingual education programUnpublished manuscript, Boston University School of Education.

Cabazon, M., Nicoladis, E., & Lambert, W. (1998). Becoming bilingual in the Amigos Two-Way Immersion Program.  Santa CruzCACenter for Research on Education, Diversity and Excellence.

Christian, D. (1994). Two-way immersion education: Students learning through two languages. The Modern Language Journal, 80(1), 66-76.

Christian, D., Howard, E. R., & Loeb, M. I. (2000). Bilingualism for all: Two-way immersion education in the United StatesTheory into Practice, 39(4), 258-266.

Christian, D., Montone, C. L., Lindholm, K. J., & Carranza, I. (1997). Profiles in two-way immersion education. Washington, DC.: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Cloud, N., Genesee, F., & Hamayan E. (2000). Dual language instruction: A handbook for enriched educationBostonMAHeinle & Heinle.     

Crawford, J. (1993). Bilingual education: History politics theory and practiceLos AngelesCABilingual Educational Services.

Cummins, J. (1981). The role of primary language development in promoting educational success for language minority students. In J. Cummins (Ed.) Schooling and language minority students A theoretical framework (pp. 3-49). Los AngelesCAEvaluation, Dissemination, and Assessment CenterCalifornia State University.

Freeman, R. D. (1998). Bilingual education and social changePhiladelphia: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D. & Mercuri, S. (2005). Dual language essentials for teachers and administratorsPortsmouthNH: Heinemann.

Genesee, F. (1987). Learning through two languages: Studies of immersion and bilingual educationRowleyMA: Newbury House.            

Gómez, L. (2000). Two-way bilingual education: Promoting educational and social change. The Journal of the Texas Association for Bilingual Education, 5 (1), 43-54.

Gómez, R. & Gómez, L. (1999). Supporting dual CALP development among second language learners: The two way model revisited. Educational Considerations Journal, 26(2) Spring 1999.

Gómez, L. & Ruiz-Escalante, J. (2005). Achieving equity through enrichment bilingual education. In M. Littleton, A. Pankake, & Schroth (EDs.) Administration and Supervision of Special Programs. DebuqueIowa: Kendall Hunt.

Gómez, L., Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2005). Dual language education: A promising 50-50 dual language model. Bilingual Research Journal. May.

Howard, E. R., & Christian, D. (2002). Two-way immersion 101: Designing and implementing a two-way immersion education program at the elementary level. Santa CruzCenter for Research on Education, Diversity & ExcellenceUniversity of CaliforniaSanta Cruz.

Howard, E. R., Olague, N., & Rogers, D. (2003). The dual language program planner: A guide for designing and implementing dual language programs. Santa CruzCenter for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence.

Lessow-Hurley, J. (2000) The foundations of dual language instructionNew YorkNY: Longman.

Lindholm, K. J. (1999, May). Dual language education: Educational success for students of the new milleniumPaper presented at the Region One Two-Way Bilingual Education Symposium, EdinburgTexas

Lindholm, K. J. (1992). Two-way bilingual/immersion education: Theory, conceptual issues, and pedagogical implications. In R. V. Padilla, and A. H. Benavides (Eds.), Critical Perspectives on Bilingual Education Research (pp. 195-220) TempeARBilingual Press.

Lindholm-Leary, K. J. (2001). Dual language educationCleveland: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.

Perez, B. (2004). Becoming biliterate: A study of two-way bilingual immersion educationMahwahN.J.Lawrence Earlbaum Associates.

Ramirez, J. D., Yuen, S. D., & Ramey, D. R. (1991). Final Report: Longitudinal study of structured immersion strategy, Early-exit and Late-exit transitional bilingual education programs for language-minority childrenSan MateoCA: Aguirre International       

Soltero, S. W. (2004). Dual Language: Teaching and learning in two languagesBoston: Pearson.

Thomas, W.P., & Collier, V.P. (2004). The astounding effectiveness of dual language education for all. NABE Journal of Research and Practice, 2:1, Winter 2004

Thomas, W. P., & Collier, V. (2002). A national study of school effectiveness for language minority students long term academic achievement. Center for Research on Education, Diversity & ExcellenceSanta CruzCA.

Thomas, W. P., & Collier, V. (1998). School effectiveness for language minority students. WashingtonDC: George Washington University, National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education (NCBE)-Resource Collection Series.

Thomas, W. P., & Collier, V. (1997b). Two languages are better than one. Educational Leadership, 55(4).

Torres-Guzman, M. E. (2002). Dual language programs: Key features and results (No. 14). WashingtonD.C.National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition and Language Instruction Educational Program.

Valerio, M., Gómez, L., Gómez, R. (2001). Attitudinal shifts of teachers implementing a two-way bilingual education program. The Journal of the Texas Association for Bilingual Education,    spring.