Language Learning and Teacher Education: A Sociocultural Approach

Margaret R. Hawkins
Multilingual Matters, 2004 - 204 Seiten

This book explores sociocultural theories as they relate to language and literacy teaching and learning, and to professional preparation and development for language teachers. Language teachers and language teacher educators weave research, theory and practice together as they articulate and explore theoretical perspectives through detailed descriptions and analyses of practices.

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Margaret R. Hawkins is a faculty member and Director of the ESL and bilingual teacher education and graduate programs in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her scholarship and teaching are in the areas of sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, qualitative research methodology, literacy, and critical applied linguistics. Research interests include language teacher education, language and literacy development for young English language learners in schools, and cross-cultural perspectives on home/school relations.

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