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Title Visualising multilingual lives : more than words / edited by Paula Kalaja and Silvia Melo-Pfeifer
Imprint Bristol, UK : Multilingual Matters, 2019
©2019
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (301 p.)
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Series Psychology of language learning and teaching
Psychology of language learning and teaching
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Visualising multilingual lives : more than words -- Contents -- Tables and Figures -- Abbreviations -- Contributors -- Foreword -- 1. Introduction -- Part 1. The Multilingual Self -- 2. Becoming and Being Multilingual in Australia -- 3. Children’s Multimodal Visual Narratives as Possible Sites of Identity Performance -- 4. Integration as Portrayed in Visual Narratives by Young Refugees in Germany -- 5. From the Migration Experience to its Visual Narration in International Mobility -- Part 2. The Multilingual Learner -- 6. Looking but Not Seeing: The Hazards of a Teacher-researcher Interpreting Self-portraits of Adolescent English Learners -- 7. Looking at Language Through a Camera Lens -- 8. Using Multimodal Analysis to Explore Language Learner Identity Construction -- 9. Multimodal Language Learning Histories: Images Telling Stories -- 10. Study Abroad in Pictures: Photographs as Data in Life-story Research -- Part 3. Multilingual Teacher Education -- 11. Imagining Second Language Teaching in Brazil: What Stories Do Student Teachers Draw? -- 12. Plurilingual Education and the Identity Development of Pre-service English Language Teachers: An Illustrative Example -- 13. Awareness of Plurilingual Competence in Teacher Education -- 14. ‘The Class of My Dreams’ as Envisioned by Student Teachers of English: What is There to Teach about the Language? -- 15. Conclusion: Lessons Learnt With and Through Visual Narratives of Multilingualism as Lived, and a Research Agenda -- Index
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This book brings together empirical studies from around the world to help readers gain a better understanding of multilinguals, ranging from small children to elderly people, and their lives. The chapters focus on the multilingual subjects’ identities and the ways in which they are discursively and/or visually constructed, and are split into sections looking specifically at the multilingual self, the multilingual learner and multilingual teacher education. The studies draw on rich visual data, which is analysed for content and/or form and often complemented with other types of data, to investigate how multilinguals make sense of their use and knowledge of more than one language in their specific context. The topic of multilingualism is addressed as subjectively experienced and the book unites the current multilingual, narrative and visual turns in Applied Language Studies. It will be of interest to students and researchers working in the areas of language learning and teaching, teacher education and bi/multilingualism, as well as to those interested in using visual methods and narratives as a means of academic research
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Subject Multilingualism -- Psychological aspects
Second language acquisition -- Psychological aspects
Electronic books
Alt Author Kalaja, Paula, editor
Melo-Pfeifer, Sílvia, editor
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