Language Learning Perspectives and Experiences of Stakeholders in the Community of Flowers Bay, Roatan, Honduras(2014)
When searching for pluralistic models of bilingual education, looking globally for examples is beneficial. The overarching global perspective toward bilingual and multilingual education supports literacy in the student’s first, second, and including the possibility of a third or more languages to attain socio-political pluralism. This dissertation project will specifically examine the voices of stakeholders in the local community of Flowers Bay, Roatan, Honduras where the mission of bilingual education is a pluralistic society. The goal of the research study is to examine the perspectives and experiences around language learning within the lens of language as a problem, a right, and a resource of stakeholders in their local community.
Publication DateJune, 2014
DegreeDoctor of Philosophy
Field of studyEducation
DepartmentDepartment of Education Studies
AdvisorsDr. Edward M. Olivos, Dr. CHiXapkaid (Michael Pavel), Dr. Juliet A. Baxter, Dr. Deborah Olson
Citation InformationCarla A McNelly. "Language Learning Perspectives and Experiences of Stakeholders in the Community of Flowers Bay, Roatan, Honduras" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/carla_mcnelly/5/
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