Biliterate Asian Students' Literacy Practices in North America
Special Issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication Volume 19:1 (2009)
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 19:1] 2009. 180 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Composing in and out of school: Biliterate Asian students’ encounters with heritage and second language literacyYoungjoo Yi and Alan Hirvela | pp. 1–6
Bilingual and biliteracy practices: Japanese adolescents living in the United StatesMari Haneda and Gumiko Monobe | pp. 7–29
Functions and genres of ESL children’s English writing at home and at schoolCeline Sze, Marilyn Chapman, and Ling Shi | pp. 30–55
Contrasting models in literacy practice among heritage language learners of MandarinLi Jia | pp. 56–75
Literacy Practices and Heritage Language Maintenance: The Case of Korean-American Immigrant AdolescentsHyungmi Joo | pp. 76–99
Adolescent literacy and identity construction among 1.5 generation students: From a transnational perspectiveYoungjoo Yi | pp. 100–129
Asian English language learners’ identity construction in an after school literacy siteJayoung Choi | pp. 130–161
B. Kachru. Asian Englishes: Beyond the Canon and Y. Kachru & C. Nelson. World Englishes in Asian ContextsReviewed by Shondel Nero | pp. 163–172
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