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Bilingualism, literacy and reading achievement
National Institute of Education (Singapore)
NIE Working Paper Series;4
Bilingualism is becoming more common worldwide, and it remains a central educational policy in Singapore. In this document, we review research related to bilingualism and literacy development and achievement. Following an ecological framework, we outline known factors contributing to literacy achievement and discuss
findings from bilingual research regarding these factors. We conclude with recommendations for educational practice informed by the research literature.
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