Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Bonny Norton, Kelleen Toohey.|
|Series||Cambridge applied linguistics series|
|Contributions||Norton, Bonny, 1956-, Toohey, Kelleen, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||P53 .C7 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 362 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||362|
|ISBN 10||0521828023, 0521535220|
|LC Control Number||2003048557|
It is commonly believed that ESL (English as a second language), EFL (English as a foreign language), or other second language educators are naturally sensitive to cultural and linguistic diversity. In educational institutions, they are usually regarded as liberal advocates for multiculturalism and diversity, striving to model for their colleagues and by: Challenging old conceptions of culture and identity, Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies offers a dynamic view of what it means to teach and learn with courage, heart, intellect, and critique. All teachers committed to justice and equity in our schools and society will cherish this book."Cited by: pedagogy. We focus on a critical pedagogy in teaching education because of the goal of preparing citizens for participation in a democratic society. It is not always easy to distinguish critical pedagogy, active learning, and the learner-centered or learning-centered approaches. "Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning, is an important book that brings together a wide variety of critical perspectives on language teach and learning." The Canadian Modern Language Review "the concept of the book-the melding of language learning with aspects of social change-not only becomes fascinating but also offers new perspectives and recommendations for Brand: Bonny Norton.
Critical pedagogies and language learning: An introduction 3 learning are sensitive to cultural and linguistic diversity among their stu-dents, many have not adequately recognized the extent to which power operates to reinforce inequalities in both classrooms and communities. She contrasts notions of liberal multiculturalism, which she maintains is. Critical pedagogy in language teaching is a perspective in language curriculum theory and instructional practice that supports and advances teaching and the study of languages in ways that would Author: Graham Crookes. "Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning, is an important book that brings together a wide variety of critical perspectives on language teach and learning." The Canadian Modern Language Review "the concept of the book-the melding of language learning with aspects of social change-not only becomes fascinating but also offers new perspectives and recommendations for parents, educators, /5(7). Reports of language critical pedagogy tended to favor ESL settings, though an increasingly number of explorations are reported (e.g., Shin & Crookes, b) concerning the teaching of English in EFL contexts. The number of publications on language critical pedagogy continues to grow, reflecting (though perhaps exceeding) practice.