Palestinian schoolscapes in Israel

  title={Palestinian schoolscapes in Israel},
  author={Muhammad Hasan Amara},
  journal={Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education},
  • M. Amara
  • Published 3 May 2018
  • Education
  • Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education
The linguistic repertoire of Palestinian citizens in Israel is complex and diverse. Arabic is the language of personal, cultural, and national identity. Hebrew is important for social mobility, higher education, and shared citizenship. English, as a global language, is a window to the wider world (Amara, Policy and teaching English to Palestinian students in Israel: An ecological perspective to language education policies, 2014). As to language education, Arabic is the language of instruction… 
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