Language in Social Life is a major series which highlights the importance of language to an understanding of issues of social and professional concern. It will be of practical relevance to all those wanting to understand how the ways we communicate both influence and are influenced by the structures and forces of contemporary social institutions. Language and Power was first published in 1989 and quickly established itself as a ground-breaking book. Its popularity continues as an accessible introductory text to the field of Discourse Analysis, focusing on: how language functions in maintaining and changing power relations in modern society the ways of analysing language which can reveal thes...
Readings in the language arts in the elementary school
(back cover) Books in this series introduce students to the assessment exams given by the New York State Board of Regents in schools throughout the state. These manuals offer comprehensive subject reviews to familiarize students with the actual test and prepare them to do their best on exam day. NEW YORK STATE GRADE 3 ELEMENTARY-LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEST Two full-length practice exams with answers How to answer reading comprehension questions Word lists, guiding charts, punctuation rules, and more.
This book provides detailed instruction on teaching writing within total language arts programs in K–8 classrooms. The text presents in-depth methodologies for learning to write, including the interactions of reading, spelling, vocabulary instruction, and other language arts.
Globalization is calling for new conceptualizations of belonging within culturally diverse communities. Quebec, driven by the pressures of maintaining Francophone identity and accommodating migrant groups, provides a fascinating case study of how to foster a sense of belonging.