Routledge Handbook of Plurilingual Language Education

Routledge Handbook of Plurilingual Language Education

Germain-Rutherford, Aline; Lawrence, Geoff; Piccardo, Enrica

Taylor & Francis Ltd

09/2021

512

Dura

Inglês

9781138545625

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The Routledge Handbook of Plurilingual Language Education Table of Contents An Introduction to Plurilingualism and this Handbook Enrica Piccardo, Aline Germain-Rutherford and Geoff Lawrence Summaries of Chapters in the Handbook Section 1: Historical Perspectives on Plurilingualism Chapter 1: Promoting Plurilingualism and Plurilingual Education: A European Perspective Georges Ludi Chapter 2: Plurilingualism and the Tangled Web of Lingualisms Steve Marshall Chapter 3: The Mediated Nature of Plurilingualism Enrica Piccardo Chapter 4: Cosmopolitanism and Plurilingual Traditions: Learning from South Asian and Southern African Practices of Intercultural Communication Shakil Rabbi and Suresh Canagarajah Critical Friend Response Daniele Moore Section 2: Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives Chapter 5: Language, Languaging, Plurilanguaging: Considerations on the Nature of Language and Language Education Waldemar Martyniuk Chapter 6: Evaluating Theoretical Constructs Underlying Plurilingual Pedagogies: The Role of Teachers as Knowledge-Generators and Agents of Language Policy Jim Cummins Chapter 7: Latin American Postcolonial Approaches to Plurilingualism: The Mexican Experience Colette Despagne Chapter 8: Linguistic Hybridity and Global Mobility Stephen Bahry Critical Friend Response Bonny Norton Section 3: The Plurilingual Individual: Cognition and Socialization Chapter9: Neuroscience and Plurilingual Education: Trends for a Research Agenda Claudia Maria Riehl Chapter 10: The Cognitive and Psychological Dimensions of Plurilingualism Thomas Bak and Dina Mehmedbegovic-Smith Chapter 11: A Sociocognitive Theory for Plurilingualism: Complex Dynamic Systems Theory Diane Larsen-Freeman and Elka Todeva Chapter 12: Plurilingual Creativity: A New Framework for Research in Plurilingual and Creative Practices Anatoliy Kharkhurin Critical Friend Response Isabel Capron Puozzo Section 4: Negotiating Boundaries: Plurilingual Expression Chapter 13: Questioning Human and Material Boundaries in Plurilingual Identity Construction Diane Dagenais, Genevieve Brisson, Magali Forte, and Gwenaelle Andre Chapter 14: Social Sciences' Last Hope: Giving Plurilingualism a Chance? Jean-Claude Barbier Chapter 15: Online Plurilingual interaction: Identity Construction and Development of Plurilingual Competence in Students and Teachers. A Focus on Intercomprehension Maria Helena Araujo e Sa and Silvia Melo-Pfeifer Chapter 16: What can Theatre Contribute to Plurilingual Education? Joelle Aden Critical Friend Response Jonas Erin Section 5: Plurilingualism, Pluriculturalism and Practices in Language Education Chapter 17: Plurilingual Mediation in the Classroom: Examples from Practice Brian North Chapter 18: Intercomprehension: Strengths and Opportunities of a Pluralistic Approach Maddalena de Carlo and Sandra Garbarino Chapter 19: Language Assessment in the Context of Plurilingualism Nick Saville and Graham Seed Chapter 20 - A multi-perspective tour of best practices Perspective 1 (Plurilingual Education in Europe: Contexts, Initiatives and Ongoing Challenges): Emilee Moore and Merce Bernaus Perspective 2 (Challenges to Implementing Best Practices in Complex Plurilingual Environments: The Case of South Asia): Shelley Taylor and Ajit Mohanty Perspective 3 (Plurilingualism in Southern Africa): Medadi Ssentanda and Bonny Norton Perspective 4 (Plurilingual Possibilities in the US: Beyond Translanguaging with Minoritized Bilinguals to Critical Multilingual Language Awareness for All Learners): Gail Prasad Perspective 5 (Plurilingual Teachers in a Monolingual Disguise: Linguistic Landscapes and Language Pedagogy in Two Brazilian Language Programmes): Angelica Galante Perspective 6 (Plurilingual Practices: A Canadian Perspective): Marie-Paule Lory Perspective 7 (Plurilingual Perspectives in Australian Education): Sue Ollerhead and Julie Choi Critical Friend Response Angel M.Y. Lin Section 6: The Potential Future of Plurilingualism Chapter 21: Language Revitalization as a Plurilingual Endeavour Robert Elliott Chapter 22: Plurilingualism in Digital Spaces Jeremie Seror Chapter 23: Examining the Nature and Potential of Plurilingual Language Education: Toward a Seven-step Plurilingual Language Education Framework Nathalie Auger Chapter 24: The Ongoing Role of the CEFR in Our Plurilingual Landscape Bernd Ruschoff Critical Friend Response Michele Gazzola
Language and identity; Multilingualism; Plurilingual; Plurilingualism; psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics; Translanguage