bidialectal

bi·di·a·lec·tal

 (bī′dī-ə-lĕk′təl)
adj.
Using two dialects of the same language.

bi′di·a·lec′tal·ism n.
bi′di·a·lec′tal·ist n.

bidialectal

(ˌbaɪdaɪəˈlɛktəl)
adj
(Linguistics) fluent in two dialects of a language

bi•di•a•lec•tal

(ˌbaɪ daɪ əˈlɛk təl)

adj.
proficient in or using two dialects of the same language.
[1965–70]
bi`di•a•lec′tal•ism, bi•di′a•lect•ism, n.
bi`di•a•lec′tal•ist, n.
bi`di•a•lec′tal•ly, adv.
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Being bidialectal would have similarities to bilingualism, as instruction in standard English would ideally lead to proficiency in using standard English when appropriate or expected, without devaluing the student's home or heritage language.
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On the other, he associates dialect speakers with a brutish and barely human existence characterized by immobility/entrapment in a geographic wasteland, "the projects"; meanwhile, Cosby's own voice is, without apparently intentional irony, bidialectal, with the full text of his remarks showing him "code-switching" rapidly and fluently among vernacular and standard forms of speech.
Findings from the past four decades of research with bilingual, bidialectal, and other linguistically diverse learners show that the ways that such people use language do not reflect or cause cognitive or social deficits in children or adults (Wolfram, Christian, & Adger, 2007).
En Argentina, poniendo el foco en los intercambios linguisticos y en los patrones de interaccion, Borzone y Rosemberg (2000) han analizado las interacciones verbales y los marcos de conocimientos que ninos y ninas pertenecientes a la comunidad kolla ponen de manifiesto tras su participacion en contextos familiares o locales y en los contextos escolares, con el objeto de explorar las causas probables de las dificultades en la escuela y elaborar una propuesta de alfabetizacion intercultural y bidialectal.
The Two Way Approach is essentially a bidialectal and bicultural approach to education with a focus on language (EDWA 1999a, EDWA 199b, Harris 1990).
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Various forms of community speech must be encouraged and affirmed but speakers should have the choice to learn Standard English and become bidialectal.
The one-two-three process for bidialectal students.