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Título alternativo: Literature in the linguistics immersion of immigrant students
Author: Asensio Pastor, Margarita Isabel
Date: 2016
Published in: Revista Fuentes, 18 (2), 197-208.
Document type: Article
Abstract: El estudio de una segunda lengua, en contextos de inmersión, plantea un horizonte más amplio que el aprendizaje funcional de la lengua cuando el alumno extranjero se encuentra escolarizado. Este habrá de enfrentarse a usos más elaborados de la L2 co...
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In schools, the study of a second language in immersion contexts raises a broader horizon for migrant students than the functional learning of the language. Among the subjects that immersion students have to study we find Spanish language and literature. The contributions of the latter, from a communicative point of view, encourage the development of both the communicative and literary competence of students. This results in a more successful integration process in the target community. In this way, this article looks at the subject of Spanish Language and Literature in Compulsory Education within the specific context of migrant students. It also studies the role played by literature in the teaching of foreign and second languages, and the contributions of the communicative approaches in the achievement and improvement of these students’ communicative competence. This article ends with a reflection on the values of literary education.
Cite: Asensio Pastor, M.I. (2016). La literatura en el proceso de inmersión lingüística por parte de alumnos inmigrantes. Revista Fuentes, 18 (2), 197-208.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/73007

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