Decolonizing foreign language education : the misteaching of English and other colonial languages / edited by Donaldo Macedo.  (Text) (Text)

Macedo, Donaldo P. (Donaldo Pereira), 1950-
Call no.: PE1073 .D436 2019Series: Series in critical narratives: Publication: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Description: xxxii, 287 p. : illISBN: 9781138320697; 1138320692Subject(s): English language -- GlobalizationEnglish language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakersSecond language acquisition -- Social aspectsImperialism and philologyLOC classification: PE1073 | .D436 2019
Contents:Rupturing the yoke of colonialism in foreign language education : an introduction / Donaldo Macedo -- Between globalization and decolonization : foreign languages in the cross-fire / Claire Kramsch -- Time for a paradigm shift in U.S. foreign language education? Revisiting rationales, evidence and outcomes / Timothy Reagan and Terry A. Osborn -- SLA for the 21st century : disciplinary progress, transdisciplinary relevance, and the bi/multilingual turn / Lourdes Ortega -- Towards decolonizing heritage language teacher education / Theresa Austin -- Decolonizing foreign, second, heritage, and first languages : implications for education / Ofelia García -- From translanguaging to translingual activism / Alastair Pennycook -- A multilingual perspective on translanguaging / Jeff Macswam -- English language learning in globalized third spaces : from monocultural standardization to hybridized translanguaging / David Hemphill and Erin Blakely -- Mapping the web of foreign language teaching and teacher education / Hatice Çelebi -- Decolonizing world language education : toward multilingualism / François Victor Tochon.
Summary: "Decolonizing Foreign Language Education interrogates current foreign language and second language education techniques that prioritize white, western thought. Edited by acclaimed critical theorist and linguist Donaldo Macedo, this volume includes cutting-edge work by a select group of scholars working to rigorously challenge the marginalization of foreign language education and the displacement of indigenous languages through the teaching of colonial languages. Each chapter confronts the hold of colonialism and imperialism that inform and shape the relationship between foreign language education and literary studies by asserting that applied linguistics is just as important a tool for ESL/EFL teachers as literature or linguistic theory"--
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Rupturing the yoke of colonialism in foreign language education : an introduction / Donaldo Macedo -- Between globalization and decolonization : foreign languages in the cross-fire / Claire Kramsch -- Time for a paradigm shift in U.S. foreign language education? Revisiting rationales, evidence and outcomes / Timothy Reagan and Terry A. Osborn -- SLA for the 21st century : disciplinary progress, transdisciplinary relevance, and the bi/multilingual turn / Lourdes Ortega -- Towards decolonizing heritage language teacher education / Theresa Austin -- Decolonizing foreign, second, heritage, and first languages : implications for education / Ofelia García -- From translanguaging to translingual activism / Alastair Pennycook -- A multilingual perspective on translanguaging / Jeff Macswam -- English language learning in globalized third spaces : from monocultural standardization to hybridized translanguaging / David Hemphill and Erin Blakely -- Mapping the web of foreign language teaching and teacher education / Hatice Çelebi -- Decolonizing world language education : toward multilingualism / François Victor Tochon.

"Decolonizing Foreign Language Education interrogates current foreign language and second language education techniques that prioritize white, western thought. Edited by acclaimed critical theorist and linguist Donaldo Macedo, this volume includes cutting-edge work by a select group of scholars working to rigorously challenge the marginalization of foreign language education and the displacement of indigenous languages through the teaching of colonial languages. Each chapter confronts the hold of colonialism and imperialism that inform and shape the relationship between foreign language education and literary studies by asserting that applied linguistics is just as important a tool for ESL/EFL teachers as literature or linguistic theory"--

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