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NABE 2001: Giving Children The World
February 20-24, 2001
Phoenix, Arizona

Dueling Models of Dual Language Instruction
Mora, Wink, and Wink
February 24, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Room: Yuma 24

Abstract: The purposes of this symposium are to (a) define and describe theoretical models of dual language instruction; (b) present research on implementation of each model; and (c) document the possibilities and pitfalls of program implementation within a sociocultural and political context.


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(a) Problem-posing to articulate answers to specific local implementation.
      To name
      To reflect critically.
      To act.
Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Seabury Press.

(b) Critical Praxis Framework: NoteT/M/R
      NoteTaking: Describe. What?
      NoteMaking: Interpret. Why?
      NoteRemaking: Transform. How?
Wink, J., & Putney. L.G. (in production). A vision of Vygotsky. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Longman. (1-800-852-8024; Order Information)

(c) The Mess
      Find a mess.
      Learn more about it.
      What could be some alternative approaches?
      Action plan and evaluation.
      Write a commitment statement.
      Name a new mess. . .
Wink, J. (2000). Critical pedagogy: Notes from the real world. NY: Addison Wesley Longman's. (1-800-852-8024; Order Information)

Jill Kerper Mora
San Diego State University

Joan Wink
California State University Stanislaus

Dawn Wink