Theoretical and Applied Perspectives on Teaching Foreign Languages in Multilingual Settings - Anna Krulatz

Theoretical and Applied Perspectives on Teaching Foreign Languages in Multilingual Settings

Pedagogical Implications

Anna Krulatz (Redaktør) ; Georgios Neokleous (Redaktør) ; Anne Dahl (Redaktør)

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Forlag: Multilingual Matters
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 376
ISBN: 9781788926409
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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The main advantage of the volume is that it presents real-life examples reductionistically, by breaking down aspects of certain multilingual teaching practices by specific multilingual contexts and levels of education, and then drawing conclusions holistically [...] Overall, the volume succeeds in illustrating hands-on approaches to FL instruction, always respecting the complexities of multilingualism and inclusion.

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, Training, Language and Culture, Volume 6 Issue 3, 2022

«This innovative, timely volume bridges the gap between the exciting theoretical advancement of the multilingual turn and the classroom practices in foreign language teaching. It is genuinely inspiring for multilingually aware teachers, especially those who work in traditional foreign language settings and who wish to draw on learners' holistic linguistic repertoire and to enact pedagogical translanguaging in diverse language classrooms.»

Yongyan Zheng, Fudan University, China

«Multilingualism is the norm in most societies across the globe. In this ambitious and highly relevant book, the authors bring together fresh and significant insights on multilingualism from a variety of perspectives and educational contexts.»

Åsta Haukås, University of Bergen, Norway

«Driven by passion, the authors in this inspiring book contribute to the paradigm shift in foreign language teaching in multilingual classrooms. The researchers explore innovative ways to close the gap between theory and classroom practices in the interest of learners and teachers. The book represents an important contribution to this expanding field.»

Durk Gorter, University of the Basque Country; Ikerbasque, Basque Foundation for Science, Spain