Increased mobility and changing patterns of migration are having a major impact on education systems throughout the world. The need to equip all levels of the school workforce for working effectively with children who are new to the host country’s language has been apparent for some time. It is not only children who are new to the host country who need support – bilingual learners do too. Growing up and living in a family where two or more languages are spoken changes linguistic ability and the way one learns. Bilingual learners thus have specific needs – and in particular require special resources for learning. These resources build the foundation of their development and learning.
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