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Multivarietal language teaching

Black, Paul and Goebel, Zane (2004). Multivarietal language teaching. Jimmon Shakai Kagaku Kenkyuu / Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Waseda University, Tokyo),(44):93-102.

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Title Multivarietal language teaching
Author Black, Paul
Goebel, Zane
Journal Name Jimmon Shakai Kagaku Kenkyuu / Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Waseda University, Tokyo)
Publication Date 2004
Issue Number 44
ISSN 0288-2779   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 93
End Page 102
Total Pages 10
Language English
Field of Research 130207 - LOTE, ESL and TESOL Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. Māori)
Abstract Dialectal variation has often been ignored in the literature on language teaching, under the presumption that only the standard variety (of some particular country) need be taught. The present paper begins by reviewing a small but growing body of literature that stresses the importance of familiarizing language learners with the sorts of dialectal variation that they are likely to encounter as they come to use the language, just as first-language speakers do. It then goes on to describe research in Indonesia that suggests that it is important for learners to appreciate not merely dialectal variation, but even choices between distinct languages in that situation. The paper then considers how familiarizing students with such variety — we’ll call it “multivarietal teaching” — might actually be implemented by individual teachers who are typically fluent in only a single dialect, whether or not additional languages.
Keywords language variety
multiliteracies
language teaching
Indonesian language


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