Metalinguistic Awareness Metalinguistic awareness is defined as the ability to distance oneself from the content of speech in order to reflect upon and manipulate the structure of language Ramirez et al.
HL-dominant bilinguals relied on lexical metalinguistic awareness, measured by fast mapping abilities, that is, the abilities to acquire new words, in expanding their vocabulary size, whereas SL-dominant bilinguals and monolinguals did not.
Bilingual Gymnasium students receive the most language education, and are therefore predicted to have the highest scores on the ILT, followed Method by students in the bilingual Atheneum, monolingual Gymnasium, and monolingual Atheneum, respectively.
The format of this test is identical to the English Language Reliability of the tests Test.
Wicherts Appendix. The bilingual enhancement observed in the meta-analysis shows the importance of going beyond single studies, which in themselves do not show this effect. Table 2 presents a comparison of the HL-dominant bilingual children to the SL-dominant bilingual children.
They would not be receiving a grade Atheneum 6.