Critical Language Awareness

Critical Language Awareness

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The proliferation of language awareness has now led to a need for a reassessment of the nature and functions of language awareness. This accessible collection of essays addresses that need in developing a more rigorous and critical theoretical underpinning for what language awareness is and should do. In particular, it argues that there needs to be a greater awareness of the social and political issues, and the context within which language awareness work is set.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 356 pages
  • 140 x 216mm | 658g
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113815010X
  • 9781138150102

Table of contents

List of contributors
Acknowledgements

1. Introduction, Norman Fairclough

Part I: Language Awareness: Critical and Non-critical Approaches
2. The appropriacy of `appropriateness', Norman Fairclough

Part II: Critical Language Awareness in Diverse Educational Contexts
3. Critical literacy awareness in the EFL classroom, Catherine Wallace
4. Making it work - communication skills training at a black housing association, Pete Sayers
5. Principles and practice of CLA in the classroom, Romy Clark
6. Who's who in academic writing?, Roz Ivanic and John Simpson
7. The construction of gender in a teenage magazine, Mary Talbot

Part III: Critical Language Awareness in Schools
8. English teaching, information technology and critical language awareness, Michael Stubbs
9. `What I've always known but never been told': euphemisms, school discourse and empowerment, Malcolm McKenzie
10. Initial steps towards critical practice in primary schools, Paul Clarke and Nick Smith
11. Critical approaches to language, learning and pedagogy: a case study, Lesley Lancaster and Rhiannan Taylor
12. Whose resource? Minority languages, bilingual learners and language awareness, Arvindh Bhatt and Marilyn Martin-Jones

Part IV: Critical language awareness and emancipatory discourse, Hilary Janks and Roz Ivanic

Index
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