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Intersections in language planning and policy : establishing connections in languages and cultures

Author: F J FornasieroSarah M A ReedRob AmeryEric BouvetKayoko EnomotoAll authors
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
Series: Language policy (Monographic series), v. 23.
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This volume encompasses the range of issues encountered by language scholars who teach and research in departments of languages and cultures within the higher education system, predominantly in  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F J Fornasiero; Sarah M A Reed; Rob Amery; Eric Bouvet; Kayoko Enomoto; Hui Ling Xu
ISBN: 3030509249 9783030509248
OCLC Number: 1155327528
Notes: Had its origins in the theme chosen for an international colloquium in 2017 organized at the University of Adelaide by the Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities, but contributions were solicited not only from the colloquium presenters but from other eminent researchers in the field.
Description: xviii, 539 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Part I: Introduction.- Intersections: A Paradigm for Languages and Cultures? J Jean Fornasiero, Sarah M.A. Reed, Rob Amery, Eric Bouvet, Kayoko Enomoto & Hui Ling Xu.- Part II: Redrawing Disciplinary Frontiers.- Research Intersections in Language Studies; Alison Lewis.- Rebranding Translation; Anthony Pym.- Conceptualizing China in Modern Europe; Yixu Lu.- Part III: Histories of Languages: Intersecting Trajectories.- Remembering Language Studies in Australian Universities: An Italian Case Study; John Hajek & Jennifer Baldwin.- French Studies at the University of Melbourne (1921-1956); Veronique Duche.- Engaging with the Past: Lessons from the History of Modern Languages at the University of Adelaide; John West-Sooby.- Part IV: Policy Directions: Negotiating Impasses and Finding Pathways.- The Position of Languages in the University Curriculum: Australia and the UK; Anthony J. Liddicoat.- Cross-Institutional Study for Languages: A Case Study in Ad Hoc Planning; Yuko Kinoshita.- Making the Case for Languages in Postgraduate Study; Natalie Edwards & Christopher Hogarth.- Three Provocations about Retention and Attrition and their Policy Implications; Matt Absalom.- Part V: Languages in the Workspace.- Languages at Work: Defining the Place of Work-Integrated Learning in Language Studies; Lara Anderson, Kay Are & Heather Merle Benbow.- Learning Language "In Action": Creating a Work Placement Program in Languages; Eric Bouvet, Javier Diaz, Daniela Cosmini, Maria Palakstoglou, Lynn Vanzo & Rosslyn von der Borch.- Developing Global Graduate Capabilities: Integrating Business, Language and Culture in an Interdisciplinary Space; Carmela Briguglio & Fernando Porta.- Part VI: Planning the Connected Classroom.- Online Delivery of a Beginners Course in Japanese: Its Costs and Benefits; Hiromi Muranaka-Vuletich.- The Development and Delivery of an Online Modern Greek Language Program; Maria Palaktsoglou, Michael Tsianikas, Antonios Litinas & Cecily Wright.- Adaptive and Mobile Learning at University. Student Experience in Italian Beginners Language Classes; Francesco De Toni, Federica Verdina, Marinella Caruso & John Kinder.- Part VII International Exchanges and Intercultural Connections.- Blending Italian through Skype: A Diachronic and Comparative Account of a Telecollaborative Project; Giovanna Carloni & Brian Zuccala.- How Do Language Learners Enact Interculturality in E-Communication Exchanges? Colette Mrowa-Hopkins & Olga Sanchez Castro.- Part VIII: Ways to Deeper Language Learning.- Developing Learner Autonomy: A Comparative Analysis of Tertiary Chinese and Spanish Language Cohorts; Hui Ling Xu & Jane Hanley.- Drawing Upon Disciplinary Knowledge To Foster Long-Term Motivation: Implementing Future L2 Selves in the Australian Tertiary Language Classroom; Riccardo Amorati.- Promoting Collaborative Learning in the Spanish Language and Culture Classroom; Lorely Aponte Ortiz.- Part IX: Revisiting the Languages and Cultures Nexus.- The Language of Food: Carving out a Place for Food Studies in Language Curricula; Matt Absalom & Lara Anderson.- Language Learning with Performance Techniques and Flow; Alexandra Ludewig, Patricia Benstein & Iris Ludewig-Rohwer.- Teaching and Assessing Language and Culture through Translation; Ana Maria Ducasse & Brigid Maher.- Part X Indigenous Languages Education: International Variations in Planning and Practice.- The Honua of the Hawaiian Language College; William H. Wilson.- Access and Personnel Policy in Minority Language Education: A Case Study at Yunnan Minzu University of China; Jie Yang.- Square Peg in a Round Hole: Reflections on Teaching Aboriginal Languages through the TAFE Sector in South Australia; Mary-Anne Gale.- Part XI: Australian Indigenous Languages in Academe: Constructing Pathways.- Teaching Aboriginal Languages at University - To What End? Rob Amery.- The Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Summer School: Kulila! Nyawa! Arkala! Framing Aboriginal Language Learning Pedagogy within a University Language Intensive Model; Mary-Anne Gale, Dan Bleby, Nami Kulyuru & Sam Osborne.- Yolnu Languages in the Academy: Reflecting on 20 Years of Tertiary Teaching; Yasunori Hayashi.- How Universities Can Strengthen Australian Indigenous Languages: The Australian Indigenous Languages Institute; John Giacon
Series Title: Language policy (Monographic series), v. 23.
Responsibility: Jean Fornasiero, Sarah M.A. Reed, Rob Amery, Eric Bouvet, Kayoko Enomoto, Hui Ling Xu, editors.


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