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Bernjak, E. (2009). Medkulturna paradigma slovenistike v medkulturnem okolju. In M. Stabej (Ed.). Infrastrukturaslovenscine in slovenistike. Simpozij 28 [Symposium 28] (pp. 57-63). Ljubljana: Znanstvenazalozba Filozofskefakultete.

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  • TITLE: Slovenian Example of Bilingual Primary Education

    AUTHORS: Vlasta Hus, Polona Jančič

    KEYWORDS: Primary School, Education, Bilingual, Model, Slovenia, Learning

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.9 No.1, January 12, 2018

    ABSTRACT: In the last 50 years, models of bilingual education with members of national minorities have been at the centre of political, social, and economic debates. Education is an important area where two languages systematically meet. This article introduces researches already made on the planning and performing classes in bilingual primary schoolsand presents bilingual model used in Slovene primary schools.Performing bilingual primary education in Slovenia is a challenge for teachers because they demand special organization and content to achieve their goals. Bilingual education belongs to the two-way model of preserving two languages and cultures. Bilingual classes are attended by students of two nationalities and mother tongues. Both languages are taught and have an equal status in all subjects. At the same time, both languages have an equal position as means of spoken and written communication inside and outside of the school.