From the moment the first edition came out in 2004, Dual Language Development & Disorders filled a void in the literature and became an essential text in many undergraduate and graduate courses across the country. For many TESOL, bilingual education, general education, and special education teacher education programs and speech-language pathology and psychology programs Dual Language Development & Disorders: A Handbook on Bilingualism & Second Language Learning by Johanne Paradis,
Crowley, Catherine J.
"Differentiating Development from Impairment: Using a Multidimensional Linguistic Lens.,"
Journal of Multilingual Education Research:
Vol. 4, Article 8.
Available at: http://fordham.bepress.com/jmer/vol4/iss1/8