2 edition of Initiating a language development policy found in the catalog.
Initiating a language development policy
|Series||Gems : guidelines in education and management series -- 6, Gems -- 6.|
|Contributions||Sheffield City Polytechnic.|
Language Policy Handbook Updated 20 November Page 5 The language policy supports the shared responsibility of all teachers, students and parents for all students language development. All teachers and students are encouraged to assume the responsibility to be language learners. And pursue life-long learning. 11 Comments for Language Policy and Development: Lost in Translation Don Osborn Seth, Thanks for this summary of the importance of language in development and for pointing out from the start how it is a factor neglected in development (esp. in Africa).
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