01/02/2023 | 14Grammatik aktiv : Deutsch als Fremdsprache : Training für Fortgeschrittene zur Wiederholung der Grundgrammatik
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Over sixty years Indonesian has become the language of the world’s fourth most populous nation and third largest democracy, but has no native speakers. This book describes some of the paradoxes that have enabled this extraordinary linguistic and national development, and shows how other-than-standard Indonesians figure in an alternate “success story” of national modernization. The focus is on young persons whose ethnic backgrounds vary, but who have acquired broadly similar educations and national allegiances. A small part of the plurality of the Indonesians they speak are described within a national integrative dynamic, and among members of a new middle class. These ways of speaking are shown also to differ, as do the urbanizing dynamics in which they are situated, but to be similarly enabled by the absence of Indonesian native speakers. Empirical particulars in this way help frame Indonesian as a revealing exception to widespread assumptions or ideologies about native, “natural” connections between language and national identity. “The Indonesian case” in this way helps revisit issues of linguistic nationalism in a time of globalization beyond one nation of the Global South.Keywords: language ideology, development, nationalism, identity, sociolinguistic change, Indonesia, Indonesian
01/02/2023 | 12This book brings together a broad, interdisciplinary group of leading scholars to critically assess a recent proposal within translanguaging theory called deconstructivism: the view that discrete or 'named' languages do not exist. Contributors explore important topics in relation to the deconstructivist turn in translanguaging, including epistemology, language ideology, bilingual linguistic competence, codeswitching, bilingual first language acquisition, the neurolinguistics of bilingualism, the significance of language naming to Indigenous language reclamation efforts, implications for bilingual education and language rights, and the effects of translanguaging on immersion programs for endangered languages. Contributing authors converge on support for a multilingual perspective on translanguaging which affirms the pedagogical and conceptual aims of translanguaging but rejects deconstructivism. The book makes a valuable contribution to the development of translanguaging theory and will be required reading for scholars and students interested in one of the most vibrant and vital debates in contemporary applied linguistics.
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A menudo escuchamos, por boca de escritores, gramáticos y cargos públicos, entusiastas loas a la lengua española: su grandeza, su hermosura, su elegancia. Ante estos calificativos cabe preguntarse: ¿atienden a motivos meramente lingüísticos o más bien laten en ellos implicaciones étnicas, culturales y políticas?
Autorretrato de un idioma presenta una serie de textos fundamentales -gramáticas, edictos, constituciones, tratados- en los que distintos estamentos -monarcas, misioneros, académicos, literatos, legisladores- han abordado algunas cuestiones relacionadas con el español: desde su expansión vinculada al imperio hasta las recientes polémicas del lenguaje inclusivo. A continuación, voces representativas de las distintas variedades de nuestra lengua analizan dichos fragmentos y los ponen en contexto para revelar sus implicaciones últimas; y así reconocer la lengua como un territorio ideológico en disputa.
01/02/2023 | 11This Element is a guide to task-based language teaching (TBLT), for language instructors, teacher educators, and other interested parties. The work first provides clear definitions and principles related to communication task design. It then explains how tasks can inform all stages of curriculum development. Diverse, localized cases demonstrate the scope of task-based approaches. Recent research illustrates the impact of task design (complexity, mode) and task implementation (preparation, interaction, repetition) on various second language outcomes. The Element also describes particular challenges and opportunities for teachers using tasks. The epilogue considers the potential of TBLT to transform classrooms, institutions, and society.
01/02/2023 | 4This Element examines how pedagogical innovation in language classrooms can be mediated through language teacher education (LTE) by subjecting the author's own practices as a teacher educator to scrutiny. Starting from the premise that implementing innovation can be a challenging enterprise, effective LTE is framed as being built on helping practitioners to recognise and confront often deeply-rooted beliefs and adjust subsequent practices through critical reflection on what an innovation may look like both theoretically and practically. A critically reflective lens is then applied to the author's own work as a teacher educator over several years through a research approach known as self-study of teacher education practices or S-STEP. The approach highlights changes to the author's beliefs and practices as lessons emerged from beginning teachers' engagement with innovative ideas. These are presented with the aim of better understanding how teachers' beliefs and practices with regard to innovation can be enhanced effectively.
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This innovative collection explores critical issues in understanding multilingualism as a defining dimension of identity creation and negotiation in contemporary social life.
Reinforcing interdisciplinary conversations on these themes, each chapter is co-authored by two different researchers, often those who have not written together before. The combined effect is a volume showcasing unique and dynamic perspectives on such topics as rethinking of language policy, testing of language rights, language pedagogy, meaning-making, and activism in the linguistic landscape. The book explores multilingualism through the lenses of spaces and policies as embodied in Elizabeth Lanza’s body of work in the field, with a focus on the latest research on linguistic landscapes in diverse settings. Taken together, the book offers a window into better understanding issues around processes of change in and of languages and societies.
This ground breaking volume will be of particular interest to students and scholars in multilingualism, applied linguistics, and sociolinguistics.
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Euskarak esparru sozioekonomikoan duen lekua hartu du gaitzat Bat aldizkariaren 124. zenbakiak. Liburutegian katalogatu egin ditugu artikuluak:
Hizkuntz kudeaketa EBko eta EAEko enpresa pribatuetan / Karmelo Aiesta Sagardui
Enpresaren Erantzukizun Linguistikoa (EEL) : hizkuntza-aniztasunarekiko kudeaketa-eredu erantzulea / Auxkin Galarraga eta Belen Uranga
Bai Euskarari Elkartea : egiten eta eragiten dugulako gara / Rober Gutiérrez Mateos
CAFeko Euskara plana : nondik eta nora / Bianditz Iraola Azanza
Bidean : gure eskarmentua eremu sozioekonomikoan / Imanol Azkue Ibarbia
Euskararen etorkizuna arlo sozioekonomikoan : interes taldeen begirada / Abel Irizar Mantzizidor, Igone Bastarrika Salegi, Juanjo Ruiz Navarro eta Amaia Balda Etxarte
Non eta nola mintzo den euskaraz, hizkuntza ofiziala ez den espazio batetan : diglosiaren kontu : Iparraldetik ikuspegi bat / Hélène Charritton
Enpresa eta hizkuntza : enpresen erantzukizun sozialaren ikuspegia, interes-talde guztiei balioa emateko / Josep Maria Canyelles i Pastó
Hizkuntza-erronkak lanean, hezkuntzan eta osasunean Quebecen / Laurence Alain eta Michelle Daveluy
- 25/01/2023 | 35The aim of the work Catalan Sociolinguistics. State of the Art and Future Challenges is to give an account, in a summary way, of the major topics dealt with by the study of the relation between language and society in the Catalan language community, and the extent to which international approaches have been received and how they have been adapted to the Catalan domain.
Every tradition has interpreted this interaction with specific approaches. The Catalan tradition, for example, has opted for a vision that integrates a wide range of studies on different themes (economy, law, political science, communication, ecology, linguistic variation, anthropology, and so on). So, in the book you are holding, the authors of the various chapters, recognised specialists in their fields, have provided complementary views that will enable us to make an overall analysis, something that was urgently needed in the context of the ultimate aim of bringing internal consistency to the discipline.