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|Other Titles:||Language Education Policy forNew Residents in the Context ofCompulsory Education in Taiwan|
National Taiwan Normal University
Issues related to new residents have become increasingly important in Taiwanese society. Themajority of early research has focused on immigration due to international marriage, whereas currentresearch focuses on language education for pupils as well as their diversity. This paper discussesdevelopments in new-resident language education in the context of compulsory education in Taiwan.According to a literature review, studies on new-resident language education have shifted their focusfrom adults to pupils. In this study, a micro-macro methodological dichotomy was used to analyzenew-resident language education policy and planning in Taiwan’s 108 Curriculum. The policy’simplications for language ideology, language attitude, and language identity were elucidated. Amongthe various challenges for policy implementation, teacher training is the most critical aspect. Threemajor groups of people were identified in present-day new-resident language education in thecompulsory education context: regular pupils, transnational students, and second-generation newresidents who grew up in Taiwan. In terms of future studies, longitudinal research on languageeducation policy, language acquisition planning research, and interdisciplinary research involvingthe fields of education and linguistics should be conducted.
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