Crossing Borders Making Connections

Crossing Borders  Making Connections

This book explores the scope of interdisciplinary linguistics, including voices from scholars in the social sciences, humanities and different subdisciplines within linguistics.

Author: Allison Burkette

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 1501520709

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Page: 300

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This edited volume explores the scope of interdisciplinary linguistics and includes voices from scholars in different disciplines within the social sciences and humanities, as well as different sub-disciplines within linguistics. Chapters within this volume offer a range of perspectives on interdisciplinary studies, represent a connection between different disciplines, or demonstrate an application of interdisciplinarity within linguistics. The volume is divided into three sections: perspectives, connections, and applications. Perspectives The goal of this section is to address more generally the definition(s) of and value of multi-, trans-, and inter-disciplinary work. In what areas and for what purposes is there a need for work that crosses discipline boundaries? What are the challenges of undertaking such work? What opportunities are available? Connections This section features paired chapters written by scholars in different disciplines that discuss the same concept/idea/issue. For example, a discussion of how assemblage works in archaeology is paired with a discussion of how assemblage can be used to talk about 'style' in linguistics. Applications This section can be framed as sample answers to the question: What does interdisciplinarity look like?
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Crossing Borders Making Connections

Crossing Borders  Making Connections

The connections we make between our own research and that being undertaken in other disciplines – whether they be sister disciplines, disciplinary cousins, or fields completely unrelated to our own – can offer support and validation for ...

Author: Allison Burkette

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9781501514395

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 309

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This edited volume explores the scope of interdisciplinary linguistics and includes voices from scholars in different disciplines within the social sciences and humanities, as well as different sub-disciplines within linguistics. Chapters within this volume offer a range of perspectives on interdisciplinary studies, represent a connection between different disciplines, or demonstrate an application of interdisciplinarity within linguistics. The volume is divided into three sections: perspectives, connections, and applications. Perspectives The goal of this section is to address more generally the definition(s) of and value of multi-, trans-, and inter-disciplinary work. In what areas and for what purposes is there a need for work that crosses discipline boundaries? What are the challenges of undertaking such work? What opportunities are available? Connections This section features paired chapters written by scholars in different disciplines that discuss the same concept/idea/issue. For example, a discussion of how "assemblage" works in archaeology is paired with a discussion of how "assemblage" can be used to talk about ‘style’ in linguistics. Applications This section can be framed as sample answers to the question: What does interdisciplinarity look like?
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Educating Across Borders

Educating Across Borders

Recontextualizing these meant crossing national, homeschool, and disciplinary borders. The theme of “making connections” was salient throughout Ms. O's interviews, as it was during our observations of her teaching, as an essential tool ...

Author: Maria Teresa de la Piedra

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ISBN: 9780816538478

Category: Education

Page: 233

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This is the first book to address the learning experience of transfronterizxs, border-crossing students, in a dual language program. Educating Across Borders explains how transfronterizx language, literacy practices, and knowledge are used in the educational system.
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Making Connections Level 1 Teacher s Manual

Making Connections Level 1 Teacher s Manual

Resources 3. straight 7. airspace 4. control 8. permission Synonyms Page 10 l. checked 5. cross 2. area 6. freely 3. shore 7. borders 4. requested 8. tax Reading 2 Walls as Borders Connecting to the Topic Page 12 Answers will vary.

Author: Jessica Williams

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107610231

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 73

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This teacher's manual to Makng Connections 1 includes teaching suggestions for each activity type, unit quizzes fro student assessment, and answer keys for the activities in the Student's Books and the unit quizzes.
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Making Connections Level 1 Student s Book

Making Connections Level 1 Student s Book

—————I Beyond the Reading I Critical Thinking In Reading 3, the writer says that in the future, there will be powerful technology at borders, borders will become 0 Work with a partner and decide if there is enough information to support ...

Author: Jessica Williams

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107683808

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 289

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This title introduces first-time readers of academic text to basic reading strategies such as finding paragraph topics, finding supporting details and learning to read quickly.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Low wage Workers in the New Economy

Low wage Workers in the New Economy

Making Connections : Community Colleges ' Best Practices in Connecting the Urban Poor to Education and Employment . ... First Year Student Experiences in Community Colleges : Crossing Borders , Making Connections and Developing ...

Author: Richard Kazis

Publisher: The Urban Insitute

ISBN: 0877667055

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 404

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This book describes the challenges facing the country's working poor, drawing lessons from practice and policy to recommend approaches for helping low-wage workers advance to better-paying jobs. Part I overviews the low-wage workforce and the employers who hire them, and Part II summarizes the evidence on strategies to improve workers' skills, supplement their wages, and provide greater support. Part III focuses on challenges encountered by groups such as women and immigrants, and Part IV assesses the potential contributions of community colleges, employers, and unions. Much of this material originated at a May 2000 conference held in Washington, DC. The editors are affiliated with Jobs for the Future. c. Book News Inc.
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Building Communities and Making Connections

Building Communities and Making Connections

All serve as a reminder that people matter, language matters, and our identities are often found in connection to one another within our ... Crossing borders/forging identities: Echoes of symbiosis between classroom and community.

Author: Susana Rivera-Mills

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443820226

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 260

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Building Communities and Making Connections explores areas of academic and community engagement, through various studies that include community service learning, and the development and implementation of university programs that contain a community dimension. Academic endeavors have long been seen as separate from the realities of local and regional communities. This book closes the gap by looking at ways in which both academia and the communities its serves can collaborate to create authentic and applied learning environments.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Resources in Education

Resources in Education

ED 383 758 First - Year Student Experiences in Community Colleges : Crossing Borders , Making Connections and Developing Perceptions about Learning . ED 383 367 How I Feel Can Make a Difference in How I See You Teach .

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ISBN: MINN:30000005557057

Category: Education

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The Sociolinguistics of Global Asias

The Sociolinguistics of Global Asias

Multilingual Matters. Kroskrity, P. (2021). Language ideological assemblages within linguistic anthropology. In A. Burkette and T. Warhol (Eds), Crossing borders, making connections: Interdisciplinarity in linguistics (pp. 129–142).

Author: Jerry Won Lee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000586350

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 224

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The volume explores the social, cultural, and historical forms of “language” that have come to be associated with “Asia” as a global phenomenon and their implications for better understanding the contemporary linguistic and political landscape in Asias. The book examines the flows of migration, people, cultures, and language resources within, across, through, to, and from Asias in tandem with social, political, and ideological factors, drawing on case studies of global iterations of a wide range of Asian national and cultural imaginaries. In so doing, the volume builds on the growing body of scholarship on the sociolinguistics of globalization in its critical inquiries into the linguistic and cultural practices that have come to be constitutive of national or supranational localities toward unpacking the forces of globalization more broadly. This book will be of particular interest to students and scholars interested in sociolinguistics, multilingualism, linguistic anthropology, Asian Studies, and Asian American studies.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Doing History

Doing History

... but we know that humans are a curious, inventive species, perpetually crossing borders and connecting in a variety of ways with others of their kind. ... Making connections across broad reaches of time and space can be challenging.

Author: Linda S. Levstik

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136852947

Category: Education

Page: 238

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Now in its fourth edition, this popular text offers a unique perspective on teaching and learning history in the elementary and middle grades. Through case studies of teachers and students in diverse classrooms and from diverse backgrounds, it shows children engaging in authentic historical investigations, often in the context of an integrated social studies curriculum. The central assumption is that children can engage in valid forms of historical inquiry-collecting and data analysis, examining the perspectives of people in the past, considering multiple interpretations, and creating evidence-based historical accounts. In each chapter, the authors explain how the teaching demonstrated in the vignettes reflects basic principles of contemporary learning theory, thus providing specific examples of successful activities and placing them in a theoretical context that allows teachers to adapt and apply them in a wide variety of settings. New in the Fourth Edition Expanded coverage of world history in two new chapters Integration of new technologies to support history instruction Updated classroom examples, bibliographies, and references
Categories: Education