Teaching Creole-Speaking Children
Issues, concerns and resolutions for the classroom
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 36:3] 2013. 131 pp.
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Table of Contents
EditorialGillian Wigglesworth | pp. 231–233
Teaching creole-speaking children: Issues, concerns and resolutions for the classroomGillian Wigglesworth and Rosey Billington | pp. 234–249
Everywhere and nowhere: Invisibility of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contact languages in education and Indigenous language contextsJuanita Sellwood and Denise Angelo | pp. 250–266
Aboriginal English: Some grammatical features and their implicationsIan G. Malcolm | pp. 267–284
Writing Aboriginal English & Creoles: Five case studies in Australian education contextsSamantha Disbray and Deborah Loakes | pp. 285–301
Educational failure or success: Aboriginal children’s non-standard English utterancesSally Dixon | pp. 302–315
Conducting communication assessments with school aged aboriginal children in the Kimberley region of AustraliaClaire Salter | pp. 316–334
Number and two languages in the early years: Report on a project with paraprofessional indigenous teachers in two NT Northeast Arnhem Yolŋu schoolsMelanie Wilkinson and John Bradbury | pp. 335–354
Review of Nagatomo, D.H. (2012) Exploring Japanese University English Teachers’ Professional IdentityReviewed by Roslyn Appleby | pp. 355–357
Review of Barnard, R. & A. Burns, eds (2012) Researching Language Teacher Cognition and Practice: International Case StudiesReviewed by Diego Navarro | pp. 358–361
Translation & Interpreting Studies
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General