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Language policies in education

critical issues

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Published by Erlbaum in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and education,
  • Language policy,
  • Language planning

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by James W. Tollefson.
    ContributionsTollefson, James W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP40.8 .L369 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 350 p. ;
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3942945M
    ISBN 100805836004, 0805836012
    LC Control Number2001023197

    The comparison of national language education policies, of education management systems, ways of teaching and standards for language education, can inspire governments to adjust to the growingly diverse populations and the new needs for mobility in the 21st century. Language policies in Puerto Rican higher education: conflicting assumptions of bilingualism 4. Language policy and planning: challenges for Latin American universities 5. Language planning at a cross-border university in Swaziland: the case of teaching and learning, research and institutional administration 6.

    This book explicitly makes these connections and links these to the wider challenges of educational leadership in a contemporary context. Education Policy: Process, Themes and Impacts is divided into three sections and explores and links three key aspects of policy: ‘Policy and Education’ focuses on the development of policy at the levelFile Size: KB. Published online: 17 Feb See all volumes and issues. Vol Vol

    The Language in Education Policy specifically recognises diversity beyond language: it refers to the support of languages used for religious purposes and languages used for international trade and communication as well as South African Sign Language and alternative and augmentative communication (that is communication, other than oral speech, that is used to express ideas, File Size: 1MB. Educational language policy in the country is largely the result of widely held beliefs and values about immigrants and patriotism. Language policies, implicit or explicit, are used to influence and control social behavior, and the U.S. is no different.


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This new edition of Language Policies in Education takes a fresh look at these enduring questions at the heart of fundamental debates about the role of schools in society, the links between education and employment, and conflicts between linguistic minorities and "mainstream" populations.

Reflecting developments in language policy since the publication of the first edition inall chapters are original and substantial contributions to the study of language policy 5/5(3).

The contributions in this volume acknowledge the centrality of the politics of language, highlighting the importance of the social and political contexts of language policy and language education. This is one of ten volumes of the Encyclopedia of Language and : Paperback.

This chapter provides an overview of the historical and contemporary contexts for educational language rights in the United States. It focuses on two fundamental rights: (1) the right to access an education that allows for social, economic, and political participation, which typically requires education in the dominant language; and (2) the right to an education mediated in one’s Cited by: This volume is intended for scholars and other specialists in language policy, education, applied linguistics, critical linguistics, and language teaching.

It Language policies in education book designed for use as a textbook in. This new edition of Language Policies in Education takes a fresh look at these enduring questions at the heart of fundamental debates about the role of. The Book Series began in and contains edited volumes with theoretical, practical, and empirical chapters for teachers, policymakers, and anyone interested in the role of language and education policy from a standpoint of linguistic human rights.

Creating a Multilingual/multicultural Space in Japanese EFL: A Critical Analysis of Discursive Practices within a New Language Education Policy The book is primarily addressed to those who teach and research in the areas of Foreign Language Education, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Language Policy, Critical Pedagogy, and Textual Cultures.

The volume explores the issue of language policy from the perspectives of sociopolitical, economic, and linguistic shifts, providing a guide to the realities of English-language policies in Asia.

this book will serve as an excellent reference for students, teachers, and researchers in English-language education policy in Asia.” (Xiaoqin.

With contributions from leading scholars all around the world, this volume underlines the ever-pressing need for new language in education policies to include all learners’ voices in the multilingual classroom and to empower teachers to develop. policies are announced herewith, namely, the LANGUAGE IN EDUCATION POLICY IN TERMS OF SECTION 3(4)(m) OF THE NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY ACT, (ACT 27 OF ), and the NORMS AND STANDARDS REGARDING LANGUAGE POLICY PUBLISHED IN TERMS OF SECTION 6(1) OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS ACT, The Department of Basic Education's Language Policy has been formulated in line with section 4.

(1) of the Use of Official Languages Act, This act stipulates that every national department, national public entity and national public enterprise must adopt a language policy on its use of official Size: KB. Review: This book seeks to fill a gap in the study of higher education language policies.

It is a well-researched, well-documented, and thoughtful comparative consideration of the challenge of internationalisation for ‘linguae academicae’ other than English. So it can be argued that given the complex, multi-faceted language education contexts, more practical, flexible, and multi-purpose language education policies should be developed in order to equalize all students', especially minorities', opportunities for jobs and higher education.

Language Policy in Education and the Role of English in India: From Library Language to Language of Empowerment. Meganathan, Ramanujam.

Online Submission. Background: This is a chapter in the book titled, Dreams and Realities: Developing Countries and the English Language. Purpose: To study the role of language in development. Setting: National Cited by: Abstract. This sketch of Canadian language legislation and policies touches on background information, French and English as official languages, official and minority language policies for immigrants, and policies on Aboriginal languages (also see reviews by Heller in Volume 3; by Christian & Rhodes in Volume 4; and by McCarty and by Faltis in Volume 5).Cited by: Language Policy contributes to the growth of the field by publishing high-quality studies that help build a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area.

It presents papers that deal with the widest range of cases, situations and regions. This journal covers both language policy and educational policy. DLK12 is a publishing venture specializing in bilingual education, ESL, language policy, school reform, civil rights, constructivist pedagogy, and related issues.

Our books are used widely by teacher educators, researchers, and policymakers. This site will highlight those titles, as well as other works by James Crawford and Sharon Adelman Reyes.

Furthermore, LPP researchers often take up the “what” of language policy as it plays out in education, focusing on policy and planning around language teaching and learning or language in learning and teaching. This, in turn, constitutes the fields which could be investigated, for example, policies on language learning and instructional Author: Prashneel Ravisan Goundar.

language of instruction for all children even in schools where many of die children come from Castilian speaking families. Catalonian contemporary language education policy has ancient roots and modern causes and while its implementation has been peaceful it still leaves questions of contested identity which have a broad significance.

In this introduction, Bernard Spolsky explores many debates at the forefront of language policy: ideas of correctness and bad language; bilingualism and multilingualism; language death and efforts to preserve endangered languages; language choice as a human and civil right; and language education policy.

Creating a Multilingual/multicultural Space in Japanese EFL: A Critical Analysis of Discursive Practices within a New Language Education Policy The book is primarily addressed to those who teach and research in the areas of Foreign Language Education, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Language Policy, Critical Pedagogy, and Textual by: Culture and Sport began reviewing the language policy for schools.

In order to develop a national policy, discussions were held in all regions of the country and a draft policy was developed.

After lengthy discussions the agreed policy was issued in the document Education and Culture in Na-mibia: The Way Forward to in File Size: KB.Supporters of monolingual education policies are convinced that it is best to submerse non-native children in the majority language as soon and as often as possible.

Within this perspective the home language of these children has no place in the classroom or elsewhere in school, and is not included in the curriculum.