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|Title:||Issues in Second Language Curriculum Development: Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei||Authors:||Pakir, A.||Issue Date:||1993||Citation:||Pakir, A. (1993). Issues in Second Language Curriculum Development: Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 13 : 3-23. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Reviewed are current theoretical & practical issues of second-language learning & teaching in the national curricula of Singapore, Malaysia, & Brunei Darussalam. These three ASEAN (Assoc of South East Asian Nations) countries share four common features: all are multilingual communities with varied & complex linguistic & cultural backgrounds; they are all countries in which English has played an internal role historically; Malay is the national language of each; & bilingualism is a language policy in each country. Developments in these countries have implications for the theory & practice of first- & second-language learning. Although these countries share many similar experiences, each has developed a unique proposal for bilingual education. Implicit in all three contexts is the broader issue of language & nationhood. Questions about the connections between language & ethnicity, language & culture, & languages & identity are addressed. An annotated bibliography is provided. L. Taub.||Source Title:||Annual Review of Applied Linguistics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/52418||ISSN:||02671905|
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