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圖書名稱:Negotiating Language Policies in Schools


Twenty-six international academics, researchers, and policy makers contribute 16 chapters examining the ways government-created language education policies are interpreted, negotiated, resisted, and (re)created by local school administrators and teachers, students, parents, and community members, when put into actual practice. Designed for educators, the 13 chapter-length case studies from diverse countries--the US, UK, France, Peru, South Africa, China, New Zealand, Lebanon, Israel, Ethiopia, India, Chile--describe situations where educators are either guided by their personal experiences or identity (individual forces) or are influenced by context/community/situation (social forces) in determining how to implement the language education policy. Each chapter outlines the specific language education policy, explains how educators enact the policy, and provides discussion questions and/or action research project suggestions for readers. Two concluding chapters analyze the contributions of the text to the field and offer educators a set of principles to guide their work as policymakers. Annotation 穢2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (


  • ISBN:9780415802086
  • 規格:平裝 / 15.2 x 22.2 x 1.9 cm / 普通級
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