Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in Iceland: A Study of by Maria Shukurova

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Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 2. - Which of the following categories best describes your writing proficiency in your mother tongue? Excellent; Very Good; Good; Sufficient; Poor 3. Which of the following categories best describes your oral proficiency in your mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 4. Which of the following categories best describes your proficiency in Icelandic/ English/your first foreign language? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 5.

Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 5. Do you consider yourself bilingual? - Yes; - No 6. If yes, in what languages? 31 7. Which of the following categories best describes your child’s reading proficiency in his/her mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 8. Which of the following categories best describes your child’s writing proficiency in his/her mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 9. Which of the following categories best describes your child's oral proficiency in his/her mother tongue?

Yes; - No 22. If yes, what language does he/she prefer and why do you think it is so? 33 23. In which situation would you use your mother tongue addressing to your child and in which situation would you use Icelandic (please, give a few examples): 24. Which of the following best describes your attitude towards language use: - I think that the most important for my child is to become fluent in Icelandic, so he/she can completely integrate into Icelandic society; - I think that my child should learn both Icelandic and his/her mother tongue, so he/she can have access to both cultures and it will help him/her to have more opportunities in the future; - I think that my child should concentrate on learning his/her mother tongue to keep a connection with his/her home culture and to identify him/herself with it.

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