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3 for a summary of studies), they yield a fairly straightforward finding – English language use outside of school is positively associated with ELL’s oral English development. At the same time, the corpus of studies also begins to unpack the very complex relationship or tension between learning English on the one hand and maintaining L1 on the other. Pease-Alvarez (1993) collected self-reports on immigration history and language use from the parents of fifty-five Grade 3 ELLs of Mexican descent.

1997; Ulibarri, Spencer, and Rivas, 1981). 27) that have a narrower, less academic focus. In a related vein, there is some evidence that the relationship between reading achievement and measures of English oral proficiency that have an academic focus becomes stronger in advancing grades, arguably because both are similarly influenced by schooling and both are indicative of academic success. More specifically, Snow et al. 50, respectively. Garcia-V´azquez et al. 1. The relationship between L2 oral proficiency that is linked to academic uses and academic achievement deserves further research attention, particularly in the higher grades.

0, were converted to a 5-level scale (IPT is based on a 6-level scale). S. Lindholm’s Sample H includes students from schools with high ethnic density and high SES need, and Sample L includes students from schools with low ethnic density and SES need. ’s Sample B includes students from both bilingual and all-English programs; the study found no significant differences between the two groups and collapsed them into one sample. TWI 90–10 TWI 90–10 Cross-sectional Proj. dev. 2. Results of Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Studies of Oral Language Outcomes P1: PJU 0521859751c02 November 12, 2005 15:0 P1: PJU 0521859751c02 CB989B/Genesee Oral Language 0 521 85975 1 November 12, 2005 15:0 25 interpreted as native-like proficiency, and Level 4 is viewed as sufficient for participation in mainstream English instruction – that is, proficient but not yet native-like.

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