Teaching and learning in multilingual contexts : sociolinguistic and educational perspectives
- Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, 
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- xxi, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Bilingual education and bilingualism ; 96.
LC3715 .T45 2014
- Unknown LC3715 .T45 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Agnieszka Otwinowska and Gessica De Angelis: Introduction: Towards Education for Multilingualism Part I: Multilingualism in Education: Conceptual Issues and Sociolinguistic Perspectives 1. Bjorn Hammarberg: Problems in Defining the Concepts of L1, L2 and L3 2. Hanna Komorowska: Analyzing Linguistic Landscapes. A Diachronic Study of Multilingualism in Poland 3. Julie S. Byrd Clark and Sylvie A. Lamoureux: Rethinking Multilingualism: Complex Identities, Representations, and Practices of Multilingual Student Teachers moving through Plurilingual Times in University French Language Teacher Education Programs 4. Laura Portoles Falomir: Analysing Prospective Teachers' Attitudes towards three Languages in two Different Sociolinguistic and Educational Settings 5. Katarzyna Cybulska and Visnja Kabalin Borenic: EFL Teacher Trainees and European Goals of Multilingualism and Plurilingualism. A Survey of Attitudes in Poland and Croatia 6. Tatjana Leichsering: Rethinking Urban Schools - a Sociolinguistic Analysis of Multilingual Environments in Frankfurt/m, Germany. Principles of Ascription, Categorization, Discourse and Language Proficiency Part II: Students and Teachers in the Multilingual Classroom 7. Laura Sanchez: The Roles of Age on the Development of Written Competence in L4 English. Evidence from a Spanish/German CLIL Context. 8. Sandra Lucietto: The Role of External Consultancy in Supporting Multilingual CLIL teams and in Shaping School Pedagogical Culture. The case of S. Giacomo di Laives/St. Jakob Leifers (Italy) 9. Claudine Brohy, Philippe A. Genoud and Jean-Luc Gurtner: Discourse on Multilingualism, Language Competence, Use and Attitudes in German-English Bilingual Vocational Schools in Switzerland 10. Irena Horvatic Cajko: Developing Metalinguistic Awareness in L3 German Classrooms 11. Marta Csire and Johanna Laakso: L3, L1 or L0? Heritage Language-Students as Third-Language Learners 12. Agnieszka Otwinowska and Gessica De Angelis: Epilogue: Education for Multilingualism: From Political Discourse to Classroom Applications.
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- It is clearly illogical to search for one good, universal solution for multilingual education when educational contexts differ so widely due to demographic and social factors. The situation is further complicated by the motivations of learners and teachers, and by attitudes towards multilingualism and 'otherness'. The studies in this volume seek to investigate not only whether certain solutions and practices are 'good', but also when and for whom they make sense. The book covers a wide range of Western multilingual contexts, and uncovers common themes and practices, shared aims and preoccupations, and often similar solutions, within seemingly diverse contexts. In addition to chapters based on empirical data, this book offers theoretical contributions in the shape of a discussion of the appropriateness of L1-Ln terminology when discussing complex multilingual realities, and looks at how the age factor works in classroom settings.
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- edited by Agnieszka Otwinowska and Gessica De Angelis.
- Bilingual education and bilingualism ; 96