29 minutes | May 20, 2021

Language Learning Ideologies

Emma Trentman shares some Ideologies regarding language learning on episode 362 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode When you take  language out of its social context and it is decontextualized, then you lose sight of how that language is connected to its social context. -Emma Trentman Rather than focusing on what language we are using, try focusing on how we are using language in particular social contexts. -Emma Trentman Resources Duolingo Language Ideologies in the Wild: Duolingo, by Emma Trentman Emma’s blog Clarifying Translanguaging and Deconstructing Names Languages: A Perspective from Linguistics, by Richard Otheguy, Ofelia García, and Wallis Reid Language Learning in Study Abroad: The Multilingual Turn, Edited by: Wenhao Diao, Emma Trentman Ideologies of Study Abroad Language Immersion What is Language? The Nation State Ideology Language Ideologies in the Wild: Science of Learning Twitter thread on Language Ideologies Note: Emma sent over a corrected pronunciation for Mike Mena’s name and we were unable to get it into the main episode audio. We hope people will check out his YouTube channel for both an accurate pronunciation, along with some excellent content from a linguistic anthropologist. EPISODE SPONSORDistance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) ConferenceRECOMMENDATIONSLanguage Ideologies in the Wild: Duolingo, by Emma TrentmanRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakEmma’s blogRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakVocal Fries PodcastRECOMMENDED BY:Emma TrentmanUnstandardized English PodcastRECOMMENDED BY:Emma TrentmanThe Social Life of LanguageRECOMMENDED BY:Emma Trentman
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