[lg policy] Award-winning film on bilingualism on DVD (a commercial message)
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PatchWorks Films Proudly Presents
"A powerful vision of what bilingualism looks like."
Associate Superintendent, San Francisco Public Schools
Special Back-to-School Savings
To kick off a national conversation on multilingualism, PatchWorks
Films is offering a 20% discount for all Educational, Institution, and
Media Center purchases of the chaptered DVD of Speaking in Tongues
during the month of September.
Institutional DVD Regular Price Less 20%
$295= New total of $236
DVD can also be ordered on our website, or mail a check with a PDF order form.
PatchWorks Films cannot accept purchase orders. Payment is required upfront.
watch the trailer
Speaking in Tongues follows four diverse public school kids on their
journey to become bilingual. This award-winning, public television
documentary witnesses the challenges and delights they encounter on
the way, showcasing the impact their linguistic skill has on their
families, communities, and potentially, the nation.
Educators will appreciate the critical questions about immigration,
national identity, and globalization brought to life through these
engaging, real-life stories. In these times when most states have
"English Only" initiatives on the books, Speaking in Tongues considers
the provocative notion that speaking another language just might be a
national asset. In the 21st century, is English enough?
Academic Praise for Speaking in Tongues
"Provide[s] valuable insight into the issues and challenges that
schools across America are facing."
—Brett Lovejoy, Executive Director
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
"An invaluable resource for educators, researchers and parents
interested in dual-immersion education and linguistic policy in the
United States. "
—Jennifer Austin, Ph.D.,
Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Rutgers University
"Speaks directly to one of the important issues facing our diverse society."
Executive Director, California Tomorrow
"This is an education, opportunity, and human development issue--but
it's also a diplomatic and national security issue."
—Heidi Swarts, Ph.D., Department of Political Science, Rutgers University
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