Designed to provide a fundamental overview of theory and policy related to race and language, and how it shapes and impacts English acquisition for English learners in U.S. schools.
Open to both CDE and Degree students
This graduate online course is designed to provide a fundamental overview of theory, research, and policy related to race and language, mostly exploring the experiences of learners who come to school with orientations to language and literacy that are different from the school norms. We will explore foundations of language and literacy especially as it relates to the socio-cultural contexts that inform literacy learning for English learners and learners of non-dominant communities in the U.S. A final mini-project will include different ways to explore relationships between language and society in education.
This course is remote with synchronous lessons on Wednesdays at 4:05.
Evaluation will include participation during synchronous classes and Yellowdig discussions to examine readings, group presentations, and a final mini-project that employs different analytical moves to explore relationships between language and society in education.
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