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The Multilingual Turn
Implications for SLA, TESOL, and Bilingual Education
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"This important contribution to educational linguistics... adds a much-needed social perspective to the theory of SLA, English language teaching, and bilingual education. It takes a useful and needed step in moving beyond the monolingual and psycholinguistic biases of researchers in SLA and TESOL." Bernard Spolsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel "Boundary-breaking, with wonderful width as well as originality, this book is at the cutting edge. The star-studded list of chapter authors are THE experts in their fields of study." Colin Baker, Bangor University, UK "The critical approach to SLA, TESOL, bi- and multilingual education raises much needed questions about the usefulness of subject-bounded approaches to second language teaching. The case for multidisciplinary frameworks is well-made." Naz Rassool, The University of Reading, UK
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Stephen May is Professor of Education in Te Puna Wananga, and Deputy Dean Research in the Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is editor of the interdisciplinary journal, Ethnicities and Associate Editor of the journal Language Policy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Introducing the "Multilingual Turn" Stephen May Ch. 1. Disciplinary Divides, Knowledge Construction, and the Multilingual Turn Stephen May Ch. 2. Ways Forward for a Bi/multilingual Turn in SLA Lourdes Ortega Ch. 3. Moving beyond "lingualism": Multilingual embodiment and multimodality in SLA David Block Ch. 4. Theorizing a Competence for Translingual Practice at the Contact Zone Suresh Canagarajah Ch. 5. Identity, Literacy and the Multilingual Classroom Bonny Norton Ch. 6. Communication and Participatory Involvement in Linguistically Diverse Classrooms Constant Leung Ch. 7. Multilingualism and Common Core State Standards in the US Ofelia Garcia and Nelson Flores Ch. 8. Who's teaching whom? Co-learning in multilingual classrooms Li Wei Ch. 9. Beyond Multilingualism: Heteroglossia in Practice Adrian Blackledge, Angela Creese, and Jaspreet Kaur Takhi Afterword Stephen May Contributors