The Arts and Emergent Bilingual Youth offers a critical sociopolitical perspective on working with emerging bilingual youth at the intersection of the arts and language learning. Utilizing research from both arts and language education to explore the ways they work in tandem to contribute to emergent bilingual studentsa language and academic development, the book analyzes model arts projects to raise questions about abest practicesa for and with marginalized bilingual young people, in terms of relevance to their languages, cultures, and communities as they envision better worlds. A central assumption is that the arts can be especially valuable for contributing to English learning by enabling learners to experience ideas, patterns, and relationship (form) in ways that lead to new knowledge (content). Each chapter features vignettes showcasing current projects with ELL populations both in and out of school and visual art pieces and poems, to prompt reflection on key issues and relevant concepts and theories in the arts and language learning. Taking a stance about language and culture in English learnersa lives, this book shows the intimate connections among art, narrative, and resistance for addressing topics of social injustice.VIGNETTE SEVEN journey: Identity and Language Development through the Arts lessica Mele and Karena S almond, Performing Arts Workshop, San Francisco a San Francisco is sad, a a third grade student at Mission Education Center wrote in response to a ... In other words, by developing studentsa#39; physical and verbal vocabulary through inquiryabased problem solving in an art form, Performing Artsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Arts and Emergent Bilingual Youth|
|Author||:||Sharon Verner Chappell, Christian J. Faltis|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-04-17|