Official Language Bilingualism to the Exclusion of multilingualism: Immigrant Student Perspectives on French as a Second Official Language in ‘English Dominant’ Canada

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Publisher:  Language and Intercultural Communication

Author:  Callie Mady

Hosted by:  www.tandfonline.com

Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  December 2, 2021


Language of Resource: English, French

Resource Type: Article

Media Format: Website

This article explores how immigrant students perceive French as a Second Language learning in a predominantly English speaking country. This study explores the challenges that immigrant students face due to the lack of access to French as a Second Language information.

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Program(s): Other

Education Level: All Levels, University – Undergraduate

Subject(s): French Language, Education

License: No Creative Commons License

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