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Translanguaging: Language, Bilingualism and Education
Introduction Part I. Language and Translanguaging 1. Language, Languaging and Bilingualism 2. The Translanguaging Turn and its Impact Part II. Education and Translanguaging 3. Language, BilingualismExpand
Pedagogies and Practices in Multilingual Classrooms: Singularities in Pluralities
Bilingual classrooms most often have strict language arrangements about when and who should speak what language to whom. This practice responds to diglossic arrangements and models of bilingualismExpand
Clarifying translanguaging and deconstructing named languages: A perspective from linguistics
The concept of translanguaging is clarified, establishing it as a particular conception of the mental grammars and linguistic practices of bilinguals and of special relevance to schools interested in the linguistic and intellectual growth of bilingual students as well as to minoritized communities involved in language maintenance and revitalization efforts. Expand
Translanguaging and the Writing of Bilingual Learners
This article makes the case for using translanguaging in developing the academic writing of bilinguals. It reviews the emerging literature on learning and teaching theories of translanguaging andExpand
Negotiating Language Policies in Schools : Educators as Policymakers
Foreword, Nancy H. Hornberger 1. Introduction, Kate Menken & Ofelia Garcia Part I: Negotiation of Language Education Policies Guided by Educators' Experiences or Identity (Individual) 2.Expand
Theorizing and Enacting Translanguaging for Social Justice
This chapter theorizes translanguaging, while describing how it is carried out in one “English” classroom in a school for Latino adolescents who have arrived recently in the USA. The theories ofExpand