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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CARPINTERIA PRESCHOOL SPANISH IMMERSION PROGRAM
H. Robert Keatinge
Teacher Education Quarterly
Vol. 11, No. 3, Second Language Learning (SUMMER 1984), pp. 80-94
Published by: Caddo Gap Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24673692
Page Count: 15
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H. Robert Keatinge's description of the Carpinteria Preschool Spanish Immersion Project is of particular interest to educators who must meet the realistic needs of linguistically and culturally diverse students. From its theoretical foundations to its practical implementation within a school district, the model offers a thoughtful approach to preparation for school success. Keatinge is Special Projects Coordinator, Carpinteria Unified School District; he was the Project Director and the Evaluator of the Title VII Preschool Project described here. In the evaluation study, herein reported, he was assisted by a colleague, James Compos.
Teacher Education Quarterly © 1984 Caddo Gap Press