Zoals de ouden zongen, piepen de jongen?: De taal van ouders en taal en taalvaardigheid van hun kinderen

@inproceedings{Driessen2016ZoalsDO,
  title={Zoals de ouden zongen, piepen de jongen?: De taal van ouders en taal en taalvaardigheid van hun kinderen},
  author={Geert Driessen},
  year={2016}
}
From birth on, children are confronted with an ever-growing variation of languages. In Dutch primary schools the main language model nowadays is a submersion model centring round Standard-Dutch. The disappointing results of several small-scale bilingual experiments and the large-scale implementation of a bilingual model for immigrant children in the past had led the Ministry of Education to abandon bilingual education, that is, with the exception of models with English, German or French as a… 
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