Code‐Switching Pedagogies and African American Student Voices: Acceptance and Resistance

@inproceedings{Hill2009CodeSwitchingPA,
  title={Code‐Switching Pedagogies and African American Student Voices: Acceptance and Resistance},
  author={Kimberly D Hill},
  year={2009}
}
This study examines a Detroit suburb experiencing an unexpected influx of working class African American students. Dilemmas engendered a cultural mismatch between teachers and students. In a controversial climate where students cross the boundary line in search for educational parity, this study examines a seventh-grade English teacher who enacts code-switching pedagogies. This study also examines the perspective of two African American focal students from Detroit, as they negotiated their… CONTINUE READING

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