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Evolution of bilingual education in Brittany

FAVEREAU, Francis (2000) Evolution of bilingual education in Brittany. Inx: Kode bereizketa eta bateraketa eremu urriko hizkuntzarekiko elebitaun goiztiarrean. Ikastaria. Cuadernos de Educación (12). Eusko Ikaskuntza, pp. 189-198. ISBN 84-8419-966-5

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Abstract

In this investigation, the author analyses the function of the Breton language throughout history, in society, and specifically in education. Except for a period at the outbreak of the French Revolution (1789), with a number of decrees written in French and in Breton, French authorities have always promoted monolingualism, so as to keep Breton out of public functions. However, a change into a mainly positive attitude is also noticeable from 1968 on. Thus, in education, the schools teaching in Breton are acquiring more and more force. Today, there are in all 5.000 students in these models and another 12.000 students are learning Breton as a second or third language.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Continuación de Cuadernos de Sección. Educación
Uncontrolled Keywords:Educación
Subjects:Pedagogy > Educational theory and methods
ID Code:6777
Last Modified:11 May 2011 16:40
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