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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Language policy for the multilingual classroom.
Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Christine Hélot; Muiris Ó Laoire
|Description:||1 online resource (xxv, 209 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Contributors; Introduction: From Language Education Policy to a Pedagogy of the Possible; Part 1 The Ecology of the Multilingual Classroom: From Complexity to Pedagogy --
Perspectives on the Learners; Chapter 1 Ideologies and Interactions in Multilingual Education: What Can an Ecological Approach Tell Us about Bilingual Pedagogy?; Chapter 2 Heteroglossia in a Multilingual Learning Space: Approaching Language beyond 'Lingualisms'; Chapter 3 Children's Literature in the Multilingual Classroom: Developing Multilingual Literacy Acquisition. Chapter 4 Multilingualism and Pedagogical Practices in Colombia's Caribbean ArchipelagoPart 1 The Ecology of the Multilingual Classroom: From Complexity to Pedagogy --
Perspectives on the Teachers; Chapter 5 Teachers at the Epicenter: Engagement and Resistance in a Biliteracy Program for 'Long-Term English Language Learners' in the United States; Chapter 6 Negotiating Multilingualism in an Irish Primary School Context; Chapter 7 Exploring New Pedagogical Approaches in the Context of Multilingual Cameroon. Part 2 Deconstructing the Myth of Monolingualism --
Perspectives on Identities, Ideologies and PoliticsChapter 8 Linguistic Diversity as a Bridge to Adjustment: Making the Case for Bi/Multilingualism as a Settlement Outcome in New Zealand; Chapter 9 Three is Too Many in Australia; Chapter 10 Integrated Bilingual Education: Ethnographic Case Studies from the Palestinian-Jewish 'Front'; Index.
|Series Title:||Bilingual education and bilingualism.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Christine Hélot and Muiris Ó Laoire.|
In this book, Helot and O'Laoire fill the gaps that Helot has so well identified in the past with possibilities - possibilities to educate for social equity and plurilingualism. But instead of