6th International Conference on Language and Literacy Education

Страна: Южно-Африканская Республика

Город: Johannesburg

Тезисы до: 30.06.2019

Даты: 23.08.19 — 25.08.19

Область наук: Филологические;

Е-мейл Оргкомитета: info AT humel.org.za

Организаторы: ICCLE Committee

 

In this 6th International Conference, we are inviting scholars, researchers, students and policy makers to dialogue on theories, ideas, and practices that address the disruptive nature of multilingualism and propose innovative pedagogies. Teachers and practitioners from a range of languages that include Sign Language, are especially encouraged to attend and present their best practices.

Call for Papers:

There is little debate around the fact that the nations of the world have always been multilingual in nature. Not everyone has, however, come to accept this sociolinguistic reality. Instead, monolingual ideologies continue to construe multilingualism as a social ill that has to be controlled to preserve the pristine models of monolingualism. The advent of increased mobility in the early part of the 21st Century has created disruptive schooling environments where monolingual classroom practices are exponentially becoming unsustainable. In this 6th International Conference, we are inviting scholars, researchers, students and policy makers to dialogue on theories, ideas, and practices that address the disruptive nature of multilingualism and propose innovative pedagogies. Teachers and practitioners from a range of languages that include Sign Language, are especially encouraged to attend and present their best practices.

We call for papers and posters falling in any of the following subthemes:

- Translanguaging/multilanguaging
- Language Methodologies
- Multilingual Literacies
- Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
- Global South Literacy Epistemologies
- Language in Education Policy
- Minority Languages and Human Rights Issues
- African Literacy Paradigms
- Multilingual Sign Language pedagogies

Веб-сайт конференции: https://linguistlist.org/issues/30/30-777.html