This book provides a synthesis of the scientific results obtained from the MERIDIUM project, a network project that aims to provide active support for the promotion of the European policy of pluri-/multilingualism in Southern European countries, with particular attention to the development of strategies to verify and increase the awareness of the institutional players and society in relation to exogenous linguistic diversity and its value. The first part of the book contains the contributions of European scholars who, while not directly participating in the MERIDIUM Project, provided accounts of important scientific and institutional experiences during the MERIDIUM International Conference. These interventions deal mainly with the problematic implications and the opportunities related to linguistic diversity in the current European context. The second part of the book focuses entirely on presentations resulting from the MERIDIUM Project and on illustrating some of the most significant results obtained from the research carried out in each one of the countries of the network (Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Spain).

Migration, Multilingualism and Schooling in Southern Europe

Scaglione S
2013

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This book provides a synthesis of the scientific results obtained from the MERIDIUM project, a network project that aims to provide active support for the promotion of the European policy of pluri-/multilingualism in Southern European countries, with particular attention to the development of strategies to verify and increase the awareness of the institutional players and society in relation to exogenous linguistic diversity and its value. The first part of the book contains the contributions of European scholars who, while not directly participating in the MERIDIUM Project, provided accounts of important scientific and institutional experiences during the MERIDIUM International Conference. These interventions deal mainly with the problematic implications and the opportunities related to linguistic diversity in the current European context. The second part of the book focuses entirely on presentations resulting from the MERIDIUM Project and on illustrating some of the most significant results obtained from the research carried out in each one of the countries of the network (Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Spain).
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migration, multilingualism, multilingual classrooms
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