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Pluralism in foreign language education
|Statement||edited by Dale L. Lange ; in conjunction with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.|
|Series||ACTFL review of foreign language education -- v. 3|
|Contributions||Lange, Dale L., American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||355 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||355|
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Pluralism in foreign language education (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. The ACTFL review of foreign language education) Unknown Binding – by Dale L Lange (Author).
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Lange, in conjunction with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. : Cultural Pluralism in Education: A Mandate for Change.
(): Conference on Education and Teacher Education for Cultural Pluralism: Books. She is Associate Professor of English at Hostos Community College, The City University of New York, in the ethnically diverse borough of the Bronx.
Her articles on language pluralism appear in The Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingüe, The Educational Forum, The Journal of Cited by: Pluralism is the first book in which Connolly explains the relationship between pluralism and the experience of time, and he offers readings of several films that address how time is understood, including Time Code, Far from Heaven, Waking Life, and The Maltese Falcon.
In this necessary book Connolly brings a compelling, accessible philosophical critique together with his personal commitment to an inclusive political agenda to suggest how we might—and why we must—cultivate pluralism 3/5(3).
Drawing on both sociolinguistics and political theory, the chapter argues that recognizing and expanding the rights of minority language speakers allow for the rethinking of nation-states in more culturally and linguistically diverse ways.
This better reflects the interests of. Pluralism in foreign language education book in education refers to: 1) the action of different subjects (single or collective agents), 2) the possibility of combining different cognition frames (interpretative keys, languages), 3 Author: Maddalena Colombo.
Language education, pluralism, and citizenship It examines why the nation-state system has privileged national languages at the expense of minority languages and why it continues to be preoccupied with the establishment and reinforcement of public monolingualism.
Books & Reports  Share. Search ResearchSpace. Search ResearchSpace Cited by: 8. At this level, teachers add multicultural diversity to their curriculum. Approach concepts, concepts, themes and perspectives are added to the curriculum without changing its basic structure.
An example is, studying about Thanksgiving from the Native American perspective. This is. Pluralism and Education: Its Meaning and Method. ERIC Digest. The philosophy and ideology of pluralism is not new but one whose time has come for actualization.
Education is providing experience for students, teachers, counselors and the community to nurture and practice pluralistic thought. Abstract. This chapter explores the issue of language rights for ethnolinguistic minorities in modern nation-states. It examines why the nation-state system has privileged national languages at the expense of minority languages and why it continues to be preoccupied with the establishment and reinforcement of public monolingualism.
Pluralism can be defined as a society in which members of diverse ethnic, racial, religious, and social groups maintain participation in and development of their traditions and special interests while cooperatively working toward the interdependence needed for a nation's unity.
Pluralism is being practiced, taught, and expanded in community, Author: Joan T. England. American Cultural Pluralism and Education As a society, America has come to en shrine education with the idealism, hope, and missionary qualities 'that characterize other American systems and the value system as a whole (Curti, ).
Equally, and typically, there is a growing recognition that the pro. Educational pluralism is not only more honest about the formational nature of education and the deep differences between pedagogical approaches, but the political philosophy that supports it and the institutions it generates are more democratic than our present system.
Linguistic Minorities, Policies and Pluralism examines the position of some linguistic minority groups, including policies that affect them. This book provides a useful perspective on group relations, emphasizing the aims, purposes, and values held by the societies in.
In this thought-provoking book, Kumaravadivelu explores the impact of cultural globalization on second- and foreign-language education. Kumaravadivelu examines in detail how the cultural component of second- and foreign-language education has been informed by the Western notions of cultural assimilation, cultural pluralism, and cultural hybridity.
The Meaning of Pluralism. last major book James published during his life time. Manchester College had been founded in the English city of Manchester in for the education of non. Books shelved as pluralism: The Gospel in a Pluralist Society by Lesslie Newbigin, Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear by Matt.
This analysis of cultural pluralism in the United States focuses on the central concerns of balancing inequities and cultivating pluralistic values and attitudes. The first chapter reviews the historical background of cultural pluralism and its implications for educators.
In Chapter 2, the theory of cultural pluralism is explored, concentrating on the necessary conditions of a society for the Cited by: Teaching Pluralism in Economics seeks to contribute to this conversation by exploring ‘‘the implications of pluralism and interdisciplinarity for teaching economics at the undergraduat e and.
The definition of cultural pluralism set forth in this book emphasizes the existence of distinct cultures that have, as groups, distinct religious, ethical systems, authority systems, usages in rearing children, languages, gestural systems and ways of giving accounts of, and valuing satisfactory or unsatisfactory human by: 2.Religious Education and the Challenge of Pluralism Edited by Adam B.
Seligman. Offers a comparative study of religious education in Muslim, Jewish, Orthodox Christian and secular educational systems; Draws on a wealth of previously unpublished data, including cases never yet. In this thought-provoking book, Kumaravadivelu explores the impact of cultural globalization on second- and foreign-language education.
Kumaravadivelu examines in detail how the cultural component of second- and foreign-language education has been informed by the Western notions of cultural assimilation, cultural pluralism, and cultural hybridity.