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Translingual Disciplinary Literacies: Equitable Language Environments to Support Literacy Engagement
The burgeoning work of translanguaging and bilingualism has much to offer adolescent learning spaces in order to provide bi/multilingual students more equitable opportunities to engage in disciplinary literacy at the high ...
Study Abroad for Critical Multilingual Language Awareness Development in Teacher Candidates
This article describes the ways in which study abroad experiences in international settings may help language teachers develop linguistic and cultural consciousness that ideally influence pedagogical practices in their ...
Co-learning, translanguaging and English language acquisition
(Research Outreach, 2020)
The US has the largest number of English-speakers in the world, but it is also multilingual: according to 2018 census data, 23% of children aged 5 to 17 speak another language at home. English language acquisition for those ...