4 edition of Language, society, and education in Singapore found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -402).
|Statement||S. Gopinathan ... [et al.] (eds).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 407 p. :|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||2004348871|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Language, society, and education in Singapore. Singapore: Times Academic Press, (OCoLC) The book is divided into 3 parts: Language in Singapore, Language in Society, and Language in Education.
The language experiences and status of the three major ethnic groups of Singapore, Chinese, Malay and Indians, are each described in separate chapters. Singapore English is 4/5. This book presents an overview of the topics of (1) language in Singapore, (2) language in society, and (3) language in education, and supersedes an earlier version published in The issues dealt with can be seen, as the editors put it, as spanni ng from macro to micro.
Although de jure Malay is the national language, Singapore English is regarded de facto as the main language in Singapore, and is officially the main language of instruction in all school subjects except for Mother Tongue lessons in Singapore's education system.
It is also the common language of the administration, and is promoted as an important language for international business. Book Reviews: Language, society and education in Singapore: Issues and trends: S. Gopinathan, Anne Pakir, Ho Wah Kam and Vanithamani Saravanan (Eds.) (, Second Edition) Singapore: Times Academic Press.
ISBN (paperback). Author: Colin Baker. In Singapore, multilingualism is the norm, and English (often the local variety) is widely acquired and used. This book examines the social and historical context of children's English in Singapore, and traces the development of four Singaporean children who have English as a native language.
The and education in Singapore book for education and speech therapy are discussed. When Singapore gained its independence inthe use of English became even more popular.
English is now the language used in business and the education system, and it is also the most common language in Singaporean literature. However, almost all Singaporeans speak more than one language, with some people speaking three or four languages.
This book critically reflects on Singapore’s 50 years of independence. Contributors interrogate a selected range of topics on Singapore’s history, culture and society – including the constitution, education, religion and race – and thereby facilitate a better understanding of its shared national past.
I received this book from Member Giveaway Group for honest review. Thank you very much. The book is a short version history of Singapore and the Chinese language education in schools.
The book also gives a short dedication to Chinese used outside SG and the information jums in pretty good details/5. Education in Singapore is managed by the Ministry of Education (MOE), which controls the development and administration of state schools receiving taxpayers' funding, but also has an advisory and supervisory role in respect of private schools.
For both private and state schools, there are variations in the extent of autonomy in their curriculum, scope of taxpayers' aid and funding, tuition Minister responsible: Minister: Ong Ye Kung.
This book critically reflects on Singapore’s 50 years of independence. Contributors interrogate a selected range of topics on Singapore’s history, culture and society – including the constitution, education, religion and race – and thereby facilitate Pages: We consider that Natural Sciences should be introduced as soon as possible.
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Bilingualism has been the cornerstone of Singapore’s language policy since the People’s Action Party (PAP) was elected to power in The policy entails an emphasis on using English and the mother tongue languages, particularly that of the three main ethnic groups: Mandarin for the Chinese, Malay for the Malay community and Tamil for the Indians.
The culture of Singapore has changed greatly over the millennia. Its contemporary modern culture consists of a combination of Asian and European cultures, mainly by Malay, South Asian, East Asian, and Eurasian influences.
Singapore has been dubbed as a country where "East meets West", "Gateway to Asia" and a "Garden city". Singapore's indigenous culture originates primarily from the. This book explores Singapore’s language education system.
Unlike previous volumes, which discuss the bilingual requirement for learning, it focuses on Singapore’s quadrilingual system, bringing together articles on each of the four languages – English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil – as well as articles that examine more than one language.
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Paper prepared for the Third Conference of Asia-Pacific Consortium on Teaching Chinese as an International Language, SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore, 23–4 by: 2. Primary 1 - A Level Hindi Learning Today, the bilingual education policy is the cornerstone of the Singapore Education System.
It requires all the mainstream school students to offer two languages: Mother Tongue Language (MTL) and English Language (EL). While Singapore does not have an official language, it does have ‘Singlish’: a unique English-based creole all its own.
This multicultural country recognises four official languages and thanks to a bilingual education policy, many of its citizens are able to speak two languages or more.
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