25/01/2023 | 5Juanita Frantziako Arrots etxekoandre noblea ona bezain saiatua zen egiten zituen gauza guztietan. Hori zen behitzat, nebak, Arrots jaunak,ziotsona. Ona zaldi gainean, bikaina arkua eta ezpata erabiltzeko orduan, koblakari aparta jauregiko gau luzeetan. Horregatik, Frantziako erreginaren dama zen, eta horregatik ere Bizkaiko aiton-seme haren begiak berehala ilkatu ziren harengan. Nork esango zuen andrearen bihotzean maitasuna ernatuko zela lurralde urruneko arrotz horren besoetan. Arrotzegia zirudien: Juanitak, baina, muzin egien zien nebaren kezkei eta abiatu egin zen.
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Darwin doktorea koman sartzean, Jake eta besteak sendabide baten bila jartzen dira beranduegi izan baino lehen… Bennet doktorearen froga faseko Mikromediku robotikoak erabiliz Darwin doktorearen arnas eta digestio aparatuetan sartzen dira GORPUTZA KRISIAN egoteko arrazoiaren bila!
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25/01/2023 | 5Film handi bat egiten ari dira Baztanen. Amodiozko istorio gartsu bat da, orain dela 500 urte setiatua izandako Amaiurko gazteluan, Nafarroako erresuma menderatzeko gerran. Maitaleen desira eta ustekabeko heriotza bat dira nobela azkartzen dutenak. Zinema giroaren xarma beti erakargarria gertatzen da kontakizun literarioan: fikzioaren ondoko errealitatea intrigaz pizten da, aktoreak bi bider bihurtzen dira protagonista, arazo bitxiez konplikatzen da produkzioa
25/01/2023 | 9El libro homenaje Arredol d’a parola reúne trabajos filológicos de especialistas de diversos territorios que abordan, en la mayor parte de los casos, aspectos relativos a la lengua aragonesa, desde la Edad Media hasta el siglo XXI, en vertientes como la toponimia, la lexicografía, la dialectología, la sociolingüística, la historia de la lengua o la literatura.
25/01/2023 | 9El lenguaje inclusivo en la Facultad de Educación de Bilbao : un análisis preliminar de su uso en las lenguas oficialesGender-inclusive language, related to less sexist attitudes, it is not usual, even in educational contexts. This study analyzes the importance that university students, faculty, and Administrative and Service Staff gives to inclusive language in the Faculty of Education of Bilbao (UPV/EHU), and whether they value differently its use in Basque and Spanish. Participants (165) were 83% women, 16.4% men and 1 person of non-binary sex (0.6%). The average age was 27.76 years (SD = 11.87). The attitude towards inclusive language is positive and is recognized as a tool to reduce gender inequity, but its use is far from being common.
25/01/2023 | 60Euskararen jabekuntza testuinguru soziolinguistiko ezberdinetan : zer esaten diguten haurren testuek kasu gramatikalen erabilerari buruz
This article studies the use in writing of the Basque grammatical cases by children in the 4th year of Primary School in the immersion model; the data were gathered at four schools in different sociolinguistic settings. The linguistic profiles of these students are threefold: those who exclusively use Spanish at home, those who only use Basque, and those who use both languages. The study shows that: (a) those who learn Basque as a second language at school have not yet mastered case marking by the age of 10; and that (b) the lengthening over time of the process of acquiring Basque might carry over the fossilization of error patterns.
- 25/01/2023 | 10Is Basque a difficult language to learn for students? : teachers’ beliefs on the complexity to learn the curricular languages in the Basque CountryThe present research focuses on studying teachers’ beliefs about the complexity of learning the curricular languages in the Basque Country, with special focus on Basque, the minority language. The study adopts a mixed-methods research design. For the quantitative data, 1093 participants completed a specifically designed online questionnaire, which was administered to three groups: pre-service (N = 564), in-service (N = 418), and university teachers (N = 111). In the qualitative part of the study, the beliefs of 20 in-service teachers were collected through four focus groups. The results indicate that in-service and university teachers hold favourable beliefs toward learning curricular languages, and consider Basque a difficult language to learn, even more so than English and French. However, the statistical results suggest a significant change in that belief for the pre-service teachers, who perceive Basque easier to learn than English and French. This perception could result in the gradual elimination of the ‘difficult language’ label given to Basque. Moreover, in-service teachers show concerns about the imbalance between the knowledge of the minority language and the use. In particular, they seek innovative solutions for establishing Basque at the core of multilingual education, so that this minoritized language can take safe steps forward towards normalisation.
- 25/01/2023 | 4Translanguaging interventions and the construction of the multilingual self through culturally sustaining pedagogiesIn this study, we analyse how multilingual students portray themselves, what attitudes do they hold regarding translanguaging pedagogies and how these pedagogies may or not, in reverse, be related to students’ own self-concept as multilingual speakers. The study presents the results of an intervention based on Pedagogical Translanguaging (PT) conducted in a secondary public school with a high rate of students of an immigrant origin. For data collection, a questionnaire was designed combining closed Likert-type questions and open questions, and the materials gathered from the intervention were analysed. The results showed that most of the participants portrayed themselves as multilingual speakers with fluid interactions between their languages but with very specific feelings and functions attached to them. Additionally, most of the participants reported that the intervention was positive in the development of their critical thinking and self-concept. These results challenge the monolingual perspectives on (language) teaching and highlight new challenges in the goal of including more flexible curriculums and immigrant students’ home languages in the classrooms.
- 25/01/2023 | 4Language use and attitudes of prospective teachers : a comparison of the Basque and Friulian multilingual contextsSince educators play a decisive role in the formation of language attitudes, this study analyses perceived competence, habits of language use and attitudes towards three languages in contact harboured by prospective teachers. Our research replicates a 20-year-old study and is comparative, as it parallels two European regions: the Basque Autonomous Community in Spain, and Friuli Venezia Giulia in Italy. The sample was made up of 553 participants. Quantitative data were collected by means of the original questionnaire. Significant results were obtained, with strong effect sizes. As for the minority language, our results show that while Basque is mainly linked with the educational domain and tends to be used more often with younger people, the situation is different for Friulian, which is virtually absent from the educational domain and tends to be used in exchanges with older people. The status of majority language is especially true for Italian in FVG, which, in addition to being the main language in education, is predominantly used by future teachers in all domains of their daily life. As for English, our findings seem to indicate that its general position is becoming stronger, and this trend may be maintained in both contexts in the future.