All the World is Our Stage: primary pupils never lost in translanguaging
Posted on 2020-06-12 - 11:07 authored by Eneida Garcia Villanueva
This Creative Multilingualism project had the chief goal of giving visibility to heritage languages – traditionally not included in the curriculum – and raising awareness about multilingualism. Suggested activities adopt a translanguaging pedagogy inviting reflection on the theme 'language and identity'. Materials supporting the design and delivery of this multilingual performance can be used or adapted as required.
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Garcia Villanueva, Eneida (2019). All the World is Our Stage: primary pupils never lost in translanguaging. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.4520597.v3
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AHRC award reference AH/N004701/1
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- Applied linguistics and educational linguistics
- Linguistics not elsewhere classified
- Education systems not elsewhere classified
- Secondary education
- Sociology of education
- Comparative and cross-cultural education
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