Teaching Multicultured Students: Culturism and Anti-Culturism in School Classrooms

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Index
Page references in bold refer to figures.
a
‘academic’ language 48-9 , 57 , 63
Afro-Caribbean students 23 , 33
‘agency’ 183-4 , 185 n5
anti-culturism 4 , 5-7 , 36-7 , 176 , 180
Appel, R. 32 , 51
Apple, M. 5 , 11 , 12 , 34 , 70
arbitrariness 12
Art:
ability 93 ;
assessment 88-90 ;
cultural variation 20 , 86-7 , 90-1 , 93-5 ;
diagnostic issues 91-4 ;
figure drawing 88-91 , 92-3 , 94-5 , 96-7 ;
genre development 88-9 , 91 , 92-5 ;
Islamic 93 , 100 n4;
‘language’ and ‘speech’ of 97 ;
‘language light’ aspect 86 ;
observation 95-6 ;
realism 94-5 ;
School A 20 , 83-4 , 86 , 87-92 , 95-6 , 97 ;
skills transfer 83-4 , 88 ;
still-life 95
assessment 182-3 ;
Art 88-90 ;
cognitive development 53 ;
criteria 62 , 93 , 149-50 ;
criteria-sharing 153-69 , 173 , 174 n1, 174 n3;
cultural bias 3 , 37-8 , 87 , 143-4 , 154 , 158 ;
English 106 , 109 , 114 , 142-3 , 146-9 , 158-69 , 173 , 174 n7;
internal 149 ;
IQ 49-50 ;
see also standardized reading tests
Atkinson, D. 5 , 92-3 , 131
Atkinson, P. 111
Au, K.H. 14 n10
Australia 36 , 40

b
Bakhtin, M. 11 , 12 , 15 n11, 46 , 84 , 120 , 130
Ball, S. 11
Barthes, R. 12 , 152 n9, 165
Bartle-Jenkins, P. 94 , 100 n4
Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills (BICS) see BICS/CALP hypothesis
basics discourse 35
Baumann, A.S. 177
behaviour 124-5 n10
Ben-Zeev, S. 32
Bernstein, B.B. 11 , 12 , 14 n9, 54 , 69 , 176-7 , 179-80 , 182 , 185 n3
BICS (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills) see BICS/CALP hypothesis
BICS/CALP hypothesis 48-50 , 59 n6, 79 ;
cultural context 55-7 , 60 n10;
misunderstandings 57 , 59-60 n8, 60 n12, 63-4 , 66-7 , 80 n2
bidialectal students 2 , 10-11 , 122-3 , 126 ;
defining genre 158-69 ;
dialect use in examinations 33 ;
identity 173-4 ;
marginalization of 126-7 , 144 ;
sequential 151 n1;
simultaneous 126 , 151 n1;
see also assessment:
criteria sharing;
bidialectalism;
English:
discursive essays
bidialectalism:
advantages 131-2 ;
repertoire extension 32 , 172 , 174 n6;
see also bidialectal students
bilingual students 2 , 10 ;
‘catch-up’ time 3 , 106 ;
expectations of 32-3 ;
provision 3-4 ;
sequential 126 , 151 n1;
simultaneous 151 n1;
support teachers 62 ;
see also existing skills and experience
bilingualism:
additive model 32 , 44 , 110 ;
advantages of 32 , 43 , 44-5 ;
changing attitudes towards 30-3 , 82-3 ;
development 30 ;
proficiency 52 , 53 , 99 , 99

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Series Editor’s Preface xi
  • 1 - Themes and Perspectives 1
  • 2 - Marginalizing Bilingual Students 16
  • 3 - Bilingual Education Theory 43
  • Notes 59
  • 4 - Symbolic Exclusion 62
  • 5 - Partial Inclusion 82
  • 6 - Partial Inclusion 101
  • 7 - Working with Bidialectal Students 126
  • 8 - Exercises in Illumination 153
  • 9 - Afterword 175
  • References 186
  • Index 196
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