Generation 1.5, Language Learning, ELL, Immigrant students
This study seeks to look at the relationship between Generation 1.5 language learners, and the investment that is made. It reflects on the influence that student language investment in an English-speaking high school has on the language identity and social capital of Generation 1.5. Following the learning patterns of three different immigrant students, readers will observe the differences and effects of investment in school programs, as well as the involvement and availability of ESL programs in public school systems.
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Ryan, Karis E., "The Influence of Investment on Generation 1.5" (2019). Linguistics Senior Research Projects. 21.