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      Joan Kelly Hall
    
      William Eggington

The Sociopolitics of English Language Teaching

Joan Kelly Hall (Redaktør) ; William Eggington (Redaktør)

The sociopolitical dimensions of English language teaching are central to the English language professional. These dimensions include language policies, cultural expectations, and the societal roles of languages. Les mer
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The sociopolitical dimensions of English language teaching are central to the English language professional. These dimensions include language policies, cultural expectations, and the societal roles of languages. This book aims to present these issues to practicing and aspiring teachers in order to raise awareness of the sociopolitical nature of English language teaching.
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Forlag: Channel View Publications Ltd
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 272
ISBN: 9781853594366
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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Foreword Robert B. Kaplan (University of Southern California) SECTION I - Language Politics, Language Practices, and English Teaching 1. Policy and Ideology in the Spread of English James W. Tollefson (University of Washington) 2. Linguistic Human Rights and Teachers of English Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Roskilde University); 3. Official English and Bilingual Education Susan J. Dicker (City Univ of New York); 4. Non-Native Varieties and the Sociopolitics of English Proficiency Assessment Peter H. Lowenberg (San Jose State University) SECTION II - The Social, Cultural, and Political Dimensions of Language Education 5. The Social Politics and the Cultural Politics of Language Classroom Alastair Pennycook (University of Technology, Sydney); 6. Educational Malpractice and the Miseducation of Language Minority Students John Baugh (Stanford University); 7. Transforming the Politics of Schooling in the USA: A Model for Successful Academic Achievement for Language Minority Students Shelley Wong (Ohio State University in Columbus). SECTION III - Possibilities for Action 8. Creating Participatory Learning Communities Elsa Auerbach (University of Massachusetts-Boston);9. Exploring the Spiritual Moral Dimension of Teachers' Classroom Language Policies Ramona M. Cutri (Brigham Young University); 10. Disciplinary Knowledge as a Foundation for Teacher Preparation William Grabe (Northern Arizona University), Fredricka L. Stoller (Northern Arizona University), Christine Tardy (Bilkent University); 11. Becoming Sociopolitically Active Linn E. Forhan (Ohio University), Mona Scheraga.
Joan Kelly Hall is Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Pennsylvania State University.



Paul Bruthiaux, Dwight Atkinson, William G. Eggington, William Grabe and Vaidehi Ramanathan conducted their doctoral research at the University of Southern California in the 1980s and 1990s, with Robert B. Kaplan playing a significant role in their development as applied linguists. Now they have joined forces to co-edit a collection of essays and research papers that review current trends across the spectrum of applied linguistics and discuss their implications for the future the field.