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Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition
Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition
Autore Aronin Larissa
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cham : , : Springer International Publishing AG, , 2021
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (244 pages)
Altri autori (Persone) VetterEva
Collana Educational Linguistics Ser.
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 3-030-70769-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Acknowledgment -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- Literacy Learning and Language Education: Dominant Language Constellations and Contemporary Multilingualism -- 1 A Flatter, More Multilingual World -- 2 Language Consequences -- 3 National Monolingualism and Globalized Multilingualism -- 4 Language and Nationalism, and Incipient Language Rights -- 5 Enter the DLC -- 6 Literacy and DLC -- 7 About this Volume -- 8 A World of Contours -- References -- Part I: Dominant Language Constellations in Language Education Policy and School Practices -- Dominant Language Constellations in Education: Patterns and Visualisations -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dominant Language Constellation as a Pattern -- 2.1 Patterns in Research -- 2.2 DLCs as Patterns of Language Use, Acquisition, and Educational Practices -- How Do Dominant Language Constellations Manifest their Patterned Nature? -- Commensurability of DLC Patterns -- 3 DLC Perspective for Education: Aims, Scope, and Studies -- 3.1 Current Research on DLC -- 3.2 Research via Selected Criteria of DLC Constituents -- 3.3 Aims and Priorities of Patterns-Oriented Research in Education -- 4 Modelling and Visualising DLC Patterns for Multilingual Education -- 4.1 What Are Visualisations and How Are they Useful (a) for Research and (b) for Language Learners and Users? -- 4.2 Pattern-Oriented Visualisations of Multilingualism: DLC Maps and DLC 3D Models -- 5 Summary -- References -- Language Education Policy Through a DLC Lens: The Case of Urban Multilingualism -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Context: Language Education Policy and Urban Multilingualism -- 2.1 Multilingual Vienna -- 2.2 European Language Education Policy -- 3 Schools in Vienna: Three Snapshots from a DLC Perspective -- 3.1 School Websites Between Mono- and Bilingualism -- 3.2 The Principals' Perspective -- 3.3 Practice -- 4 Conclusion.
References -- Promoting Plurilingual Competences in Primary Schools in Barcelona: A Dominant Language Constellation Approach to Teaching and Learning Languages -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Languages in Barcelona: Language Teaching and Language Use -- 3 Plurilingual Connections: A Dominant Language Constellation Approach to Teaching and Learning Languages -- 4 The Pedagogical Approach: The Integrated Plurilingual Approach -- 4.1 Translanguaging as a Pedagogical Strategy for Highlighting Pupils' Own Languages: Translation for Other Learning Contexts (TOLC) and Language Identity Texts (LITs) -- 4.2 Using TOLC and LITs in the Additional Language Classroom -- 5 The Study -- 5.1 The Methodology -- 5.2 The Context and Participants -- 5.3 The Storybook Project -- Session 1 -- Session 2 -- Session 3 -- Session 4 & -- 5 -- Session 6 -- Session 7 -- Session 8 -- Session 9 -- Session 10 -- 6 Results and Discussion -- 6.1 A DLCA Through IPA Affects Motivation and Attitudes Towards Languages and Language Learning -- 6.2 A DLCA Through IPA Affects Academic Performance in Catalan, English and Spanish -- 6.3 Adopting a DLCA to Language Teaching Affects the Teacher's Attitudes Towards Teaching and Learning Languages -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Family Language Policy and Dominant Language Constellations: A Canadian Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Context -- 2.1 The Dominant Language Constellation -- 2.2 Family Language Policy -- 2.3 Linguistic and Educational Landscape in Ontario -- 3 The Study -- 3.1 Methodology and Research Questions -- 3.2 Results: Questionnaire -- 3.3 Results: Follow-Up Interviews -- 4 General Discussion -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Educational and Career Opportunities for Refugee-Background Adults in Norway: A DLC Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Background -- 2.1 Language and the Process of Integration.
2.2 Social, Political and Educational Aspects of the Refugee Situation in Norway -- 2.3 The Roles and Status of English in Norway -- 2.4 Dominant Language Constellation as a Research Paradigm -- 3 Methods -- 3.1 Research Question -- 3.2 Sources of Data -- 4 Results -- 4.1 Majority Communal DLC in Norway -- Websites Serving Refugees -- Languages in Education -- Languages Needed for Employment -- Summary -- 4.2 Actual and Imagined DLCs of Refugees to Norway -- 5 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Dominant Language Constellations in Teacher Training -- Embracing Multilingualism in Teaching Practicum in Finland? DLC as a Tool for Uncovering Individual and Institutional Multilingualism -- 1 Introduction to the DLC Concept and Context -- 2 Contextual Levels for the Study of DLCs -- 3 Contextual Levels from an Affordances Perspective -- 4 Aim, Material and Method -- 5 Results -- 5.1 Swedish-Medium Bilingual Teacher Training School -- Individual Patterns -- Swedish-Medium School Pattern -- 5.2 Finnish-Medium Bilingual Teaching Practice School -- Individual Patterns -- Finnish-Medium School Pattern -- 6 Discussion -- Appendix 1 -- Individual -- Institutional -- References -- The Dominant Language Constellations of Immigrant Teacher Trainees in Israel: Russian, Hebrew and English -- 1 Introduction: The DLCs of Immigrant Teacher Trainees -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 The Constitution and Configuration of Immigrant DLCs -- 2.2 Background Information About Immigrants from the FSU to Israel -- 3 Methods and Procedures -- 4 Findings -- 4.1 Evolving DLCs -- 4.2 Changes Within DLCs, Cultural Adjustment -- 4.3 DLCs and Patterns of Socialization -- 4.4 Cognitive Changes in Immigrants' DLCs -- 4.5 Individuals' Changing DLCs and Their Sense of Identity -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusion -- Appendix -- Questionnaire -- References.
Part III: Dominant Language Constellations and Identity Through Narratives and Visualizations -- Exploring Identities and Life Stories of Multilingual Transnational Couples Through the Lens of Multilinguality and Dominant Language Constellations -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Background -- 2.1 Multilingual Families -- 2.2 Multilingualism, Transnationality, and Identity -- 2.3 Multilinguality and Dominant Language Constellations -- 2.4 Research Objectives -- 3 Methodology -- 3.1 Autobiographic Narratives -- 3.2 Data Sources -- 3.3 Participants -- 3.4 Data Analysis -- 4 Findings -- 4.1 Complexity and Variation Within Individual and Family DLCs -- Zonja and Barke -- Gabriela and Matias -- Hermione and Ole -- Laura and Jean-Paul -- Johanna and Robert -- 4.2 Fluctuation and Self-Balance -- Zonja and Barke -- Gabriela and Matias -- Hermione and Ole -- Laura and Jean-Paul -- Johanna and Robert -- 4.3 Identity Construction -- Zonja and Barke -- Gabriela and Matias -- Hermione and Ole -- Laura and Jean-Paul -- Johanna and Robert -- 5 Discussion and Conclusion -- Appendices -- Appendix A: DLC Chart Provided to Participants -- Appendix B: Autobiography Guide -- References -- Understanding Dominant Language Constellations Through Analysis of Visual Linguistic Autobiographies by Foreign Language Student Teachers in Germany -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Multilingual Repertoires and Dominant Language Constellations as Complex and Dynamic Systems: A Theoretical Lens to Analyse Multilingual Biographies -- 3 The Empirical Study -- 3.1 Data Collection: Context and Participants -- 3.2 Visual Linguistic Biographies as Data: Methodology of Data Analysis -- 4 Analysis of Visual Linguistic Autobiographies -- 4.1 Languages Included in the (Potential) Dominant Language Constellation of Spanish Student Teachers.
4.2 Languages Included in the (Potential) Dominant Language Constellation of French Student Teachers -- 4.3 Comparison of Dominant Language Constellations and Discussion of Results -- 5 Synthesis and Perspectives -- References -- Languages as Ways of Being: The Linguistic Biography of a Nordic Nomad -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Languages in My Homeland -- 2.1 Icelandic: The Language I Was Born to -- 2.2 English: The Language of Convenience -- 2.3 Danish: The Language I (Have to) Live with on a Daily Basis -- 2.4 German: The 'Foreign' Language for Me -- 3 The Languages Away from Home -- 3.1 Swedish: The Language of My Second Heart -- 3.2 Norwegian: One More Scandinavian Conquest -- 3.3 Faroese: The 'Sister' Language -- 3.4 Lithuanian: The Language of the Country that Likes Me Back -- 3.5 Greek: The Language of a People with a 'Heart of Hearts' -- 4 Summing Up on My Linguistic Treasure Chest -- Appendix -- Commentary on My Clay Chart.
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Multilingualism [[electronic resource] /] / Larissa Aronin, David Singleton
Multilingualism [[electronic resource] /] / Larissa Aronin, David Singleton
Autore Aronin Larissa
Pubbl/distr/stampa Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (240 p.)
Disciplina 404/.2
Altri autori (Persone) SingletonD. M (David Michael)
Collana Impact: studies in language and society
Soggetto topico Multilingualism
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-46932-4
9786613469328
90-272-7498-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Multilingualism; Editorial page; Title page; LCC Data; Dedication page; Table of contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Introduction; What this book is about; What is multilingualism? Terminology and definitions; The structure of the book; Chapter 2. Multilingualism: Some preliminary considerations; Human language, communication in other species and multilingualism; Language as a unique human possession; Use of the vocal-auditory channel; Arbitrariness; Semanticity; Cultural transmission; Duality (or double articulation); Displacement; Structure dependence
Creativity (or open-endedness or productivity)Language as a tool and language as ability; Societal awareness of language and languages; Chapter 3. Multilingualism as a new linguistic dispensation; The globalization phenomenon; Globalization and language use; Time, space and technology; Mobility and flux, borders and exclusions; Recognition of the ubiquity of contemporary multilingualism; The new linguistic dispensation; Scale and significance; Two trends; The properties and developmental directions of the new linguistic dispensation; Suffusiveness; Complexity; Liminality
Developments characterizing the new linguistic dispensationShifts in norms; New focal issues; Expansion of affordances; Ambience of awareness; Malleability; Concluding summary; Chapter 4. The Dominant Language Constellation (DLC); What is a Dominant Language Constellation?; Language repertoire versus DLC; How many languages constitute a DLC?; The characteristic features of a DLC; Theoretical and practical dimensions of deploying the construct of DLC; Possible DLC-based research directions; Co-terms; Concluding summary; Chapter 5. Multilinguality and personal development; Introductory
Individual multilingualism and societal factorsTerminology and concepts referring to individual aspects of multilingualism; Multilinguality; Characteristics of users of a multiplicity of languages; Models of multilingualism; Activation/inhibition; Language mode; Factors involved in multilingual acquisition; The dynamic model of multilingualism; An ecological perspective; Third language acquisition and tertiary didactics; Individual differences in multilinguals; Factors leading to individual differences; Complexity and diversity with reference to multilingual individuals
Dominant Language Constellations, individual repertoires and personal life trajectories: Emerging teConcluding summary; Chapter 6. Language development in multilingual conditions; Language development under bilingual and multilingual conditions; The contexts of multilingual language development; Simultaneous and sequential multilingual development and outcomes; The process of multilingual acquisition; Separation or integration?; The advantages/disadvantages of multilinguality; Concluding summary
Chapter 7. Classifications of multilinguals, multilingual contexts and languages in multilingual env
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Aronin Larissa  
Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2012
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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