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Language diversity in multicultural Europe - Comparative perspectives on immigrant minority languages at home and at school
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  • How can multilingualism be encouraged for children in a multicultural Europe?


  • 1 In the primary school curriculum three languages are introduced for all children:
    2 The teaching of all these languages is part of the regular school curriculum and subject to educational inspection.

    3 Regular primary school reports contain information on the children’s proficiency in each of these languages.

    4 National working programs are established for the priority languages referred to under (1) in order to develop curricula, teaching methods, and teacher training programs.

    5 Part of these priority languages may be taught at specialized language schools.

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