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Educ Cultural & Ling Diversity: D1:Lang Policy Issues,Race&Sch

ECLD 056 OL2 (CRN: 61868)

3 Credit Hours

About ECLD 056 OL2

Examines the connection between race and language particularly as it relates to immigration and English policies.

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Dates: May 22 - June 16, 2023; Asynchronous Online

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This course is open to all students and fulfills the UVM D1 requirement. If you have any trouble registering for the course, please email the instructor at arby.ghemari@uvm.edu ELC056 explores the theories, practices, and policies related to the intersection of race, language policy, and school. We will learn about how language is used to construct notions about race influence the teaching and learning of English learners (ELs) in multilingual and multicultural settings.

Section Expectation

In this course, we will explore the fascinating intersection of race, language policy, and education. Through reflections and group discussions on Blackboard, we will delve into the ways in which language is used to construct ideas about race and how these notions influence the teaching and learning of English learners in multicultural settings. We will learn how to unpack and examine our biases and assumptions and promote equity and social justice in education. We will also look at historical and cultural contexts that shape current policies for linguistically diverse students and how raciolinguistic ideologies impact language diversity in education. With a critical, equity-focused approach, We will examine educational and linguistic barriers that impact immigrants, refugees, and undocumented immigrants and develop competencies for recognizing and naming dynamics at individual, group, and system levels. By the end of the course, you'll emerge as a more culturally aware and competent learner with practical skills in analysis, evidence-based discussions, and policy implications.

Evaluation

Blackboard Participation 20% Journal/Case study reflection % 50 Final Project 30%

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