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Recommended Reading

**Baker, C. (2000)
A parents’ and teachers’ guide to bilingualism.2nd ed. (Parents’ and teachers’ guides series – number 1).  Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

** Baker,C.(2000), The Care and Education of Young Bilinguals. An Introduction for Professionals.Multilingual Matters.Clevedon.England
**Baker, C. (2001).
Foundations of bilingual education and bilingualism. 3rd ed
. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters

**Baker, C. & Hornberger, N.H. (eds). (2001).
An introductory reader to the writings of Jim Cummins
. Clevedon,UK: Multilingual Matters.

**Bishop, R., and Glynn, T. (1999).
Culture Counts: changing power relations in education
. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

**Cummins, J. (1989).
Empowering minority students
. Sacramento: California Association for Bilingual Education.

**Cummins, J. (2000).
Language, power and pedagogy: bilingual children in the crossfire. Clevedon:Multilingual Matters.

**Keegan, P. (1996).
The benefits of immersion education: A review of the New Zealand and Overseas literature.
Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

**Ministry of Education (2003, 2004)
Te mana korero 1 & 2  teachers making a difference for Maori students.(video) Wellington: Ministry of Education

**Ministry of Education (2004,).
Curriculum project on- line.
 retrieved 5.5.04 
**NZEI. (2002)
Report to Annual Meeting 2002: Pasifika Bilingual Education. Wellington.

** Waite, J. (1992a)
Aoteareo: Speaking for Ourselves
. Part A: the overview. Wellington: Learning Media.Waite, J. (1992b) Aoteareo: Speaking for Ourselves: Part B: the issues. Wellington: Learning Media.

Professional Reading

These are recent research and publications in and about New Zealand Schools:

  • Bishop, R., & Glynn, T (1999) Culture counts: Changing power relations in education. Palmerston North, NZ: Dunmore Press.
  • Dickie, J.G. (1998)  Samoan children in New Zealand Primary Schools: Developments in education and the place of Indigenous knowledge. Reading Forum NZ, 2, 32-40.
  • Franken, M., May, S., & McCornish, J. (2005) Pasifika languages research & guidelines project: Literature review. Hamilton Wilf Malcom Institute of Educational Research, School of Education, University of Waikato.
  • May, S. (1999). (Ed). Critical Multiculturalism: Rethinking multicultural and antiracist education. London:Falmer Press.
  • May, S. (2002) “Where to from here? Charting the way forward for language and education policy in Aotearoa/ New Zealand.” TESOLANZ Journal, 10, 22-35.
  • May, S. (2002, June) Accommodating multiculturalism and biculturalism in Aotearoa: Implications for language education. Professional Inaugural Address: School of Education, University of Waikato.
  • May, S., Franken, M., & Barnard, R. (Eds). (2005) Refereed proceedings of the language education and diversity conference,CD. Waikato University 26-29 November 2003. Wilf Malcom Institute for Educational Research, Waikato University.
  • May,S., Hill, R., & Tiakiwai, S. (2004) Bilingual/ immersion education: Indicators of good practise. Final report to the Ministry of Education. Hamilton: Wilf Malcom Institution of Educational Research, University of Waikato.
  • McCaffrey, J., & Fuatavai, N. (2002, October) Read write succeed. Keynote opening address to the Ulimasao First National Pasifika Bilingual Education Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • McCaffery,J., McMurchy, C., & Dale, H. (1998) Teaching and learning issues in Maori medium education: Immersion plus one. A paper presented to the CLESOL Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand: September 1998.
  • McCaffrey, J., & Tuafuti, P., (2003) in association with: Maihi, S., Aukuso, S., Elia, L., & Ioapo,N.  Samoan children’s bi-lingual language and literacy development. In R. Barnard, and T. Glynn, (Eds.), Bilingual children’s language and literacy development (pp 80-107). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.
  • McCaffrey,J., Tuafuti, P. (2004) Family and community empowerment through bilingual education. Proceedings CD, Making a difference. Social Work Conference, July 2003. Auckland College of Education, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • McMurchy- Pilkington, C. (2001) Maori Ediucation: Rejection, resistance, renaissance. In V. Carpenter, H. Dixon, E. Rata & C. Rawlinson, (Eds), Theory in Practice for Educators  (pp 161-188). Palmerston North, New Zealand: Dunmore Press.
  • McMurchy-Pilkington, C. & Te Puna Wanaaga Staff. (2004) He Arotakenga o Nga Tuhinga E Pa Ana ki Nga Marautanga Maori Literature Review Te Anga Marautanga o Aotearoa. Final Report to the Ministry of Education, 18 October, 2004. Auckland: Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.
  • NZEI. (2002) Report to Annual meeting 2002: Pasifika bilingual education. Wellington: New Zealand Educational Institute. (NZEI)
  • Tuafuti,P., & McCaffrey, J. (2005) Family and community empowerment through bilingual education. The International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 8(5), 480-503.

  • Waite, J. (1992) Aotearoa: Speaking for ourselves: Part A and Part B. Wellington: Ministry of Education.