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Rejecting the Marginalized Status of Minority Languages Educational Projects Pushing Back Against Language Endangerment

Edited by: Ari Sherris, Susan D. Penfield | Hardback | 9781788926256

This book explores Indigenous, tribal and minority (ITM) language education in oral and/or written communication and in the use of new technologies and online resources for pedagogical purposes in diverse geopolitical contexts. It demonstrates that ITM language education transpires in both formal and informal spaces for children or adult…

Contemporary Language Motivation Theory 60 Years Since Gardner and Lambert (1959)

Edited by: Ali H. Al-Hoorie, Peter D. MacIntyre | Paperback | 9781788925181

This book brings together contributions from the leaders of the language learning motivation field. The varied chapters demonstrate how Gardner’s work remains integral to a diverse range of contemporary theoretical issues underlying the psychology of language, even today, 60 years after the publication of Gardner and Lambert’…

The Coral Way Bilingual Program

Author: Maria R. Coady | Paperback | 9781788924566

This book introduces readers to the first publicly funded, two-way bilingual program in the United States, Coral Way Elementary School. It details the historical, social and political origins of the school; reviews the various discussions and conceptualization of the bilingual education program as a 50:50 model; and describes the trainin…

Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research

Edited by: Robert Gibb, Annabel Tremlett, Julien Danero Iglesias | Paperback | 9781788925907

<em>Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research </em>breaks the silence that still surrounds learning a language for ethnographic research and in the process demystifies some of the multilingual aspects of contemporary ethnographic work. It does this by offering a set of engaging and accessible accounts of …

Multilingualism, (Im)mobilities and Spaces of Belonging

Edited by: Kristine Horner, Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain | Paperback | 9781788925037

Certain forms of mobility and multilingualism tend to be portrayed as problematic in the public sphere, while others are considered to be unremarkable. Divided into three thematic sections, this book explores the contestation of spaces and the notion of borders, examines the ways in which heritage and authenticity are linked or challenge…

Second Language Writing Instruction in Global Contexts English Language Teacher Preparation and Development

Edited by: Lisya Seloni, Sarah Henderson Lee | Paperback | 9781788925853

This book revisits second language (L2) writing teacher education by exploring the complex layers of L2 writing instruction in non-English dominant contexts (i.e.…

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Chronotopicity: The Inseparability of Time and Space

This month we are publishing Chronotopic Identity Work: Sociolinguistic Analyses of Cultural and Linguistic Phenomena in Time and Space edited by Sjaak Kroon and Jos Swanenberg. In this post the editors discuss how their book explores the concept of chronotopicity. How often have you encountered a colleague, for instance at an international sociolinguistics conference, who … Continue reading Chronotopicity: The Inseparability of Time and Space

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