Series | SAIL
Volume 17 | Edited book | Inclusive Linguistic Education

Inclusive Linguistic Education

Reflections, Research and Experiences
open access
    edited by
  • Michele Daloiso - Università degli Studi di Parma, Italia - email
  • Marco Mezzadri - Università degli Studi di Parma, Italia - email

Aims & Scope

Il volume raccoglie i contributi di numerosi studiosi di varie discipline, prevalentemente linguisti educativi, ma anche linguisti generali e neuroscienziati, che hanno accolto la proposta di riflettere su un possibile minimo comune denominatore di alcuni filoni delle proprie ricerche, riassumibile nel concetto di inclusività. Ne è nato un volume variegato ma coeso da cui si evince la volontà della Linguistica Educativa in Italia di proporre riflessioni scientifiche aggiornate ma al contempo fedeli ai paradigmi della disciplina, che vedono due degli assi portanti nella prospettiva interdisciplinare e nella ricerca di risposte alle molteplici sfide dell’educazione linguistica oggi.

Keywords Awareness Programme Soft skills Sign Languages Special Educational Needs The narrative creation of self Pluri/intercultural activities Language teaching Diversity Teaching an unstandardized language Interlanguage Mobile learning Plurilingual activities Educational Linguistics Contemporary mobility Teacher cognition Sinti and Caminanti children Visual supports Talent Action Dyslexia Language skills assessment Rome Sociolinguistics Pasigraphy Italian Sign Language (LIS) Migration Communicative competence Enneagram Bilingualism Educational linguistics Approach in teaching sign language Communication National project Language education European Language Portfolio Deafhood Creative writing Primary school Experimental phonetics Language Teacher Cognition Plurilingual task Interdisciplinary approach Plurilingualism Inclusive language education Inclusiveness Pragmatics Primary school education Inclusion Teacher training ICT Inclusive language teaching Textbook design ELT Multilingualism Evaluation Language Education Syntax Channel Language Semantics Story-retelling Multilingual educational system Phono-articulation Pragmatic competence Language inclusion Language learning Mirror neurons Gifted students Learning disorders Story-telling Inclusive Education Modern languages Learning without a written system Writing Intercultural learning Neural reuse Embodied simulation Linguistic mediation Phonology Tertiary education Differentiation Italian L2 Child Language Brokering CLIL Assessment Pluralistic approaches Hearing learners of a signed language Mediation Plurilingual education Behavioural habits Intercomprehension Language autobiography Disadvantaged contexts

Permalink http://doi.org/10.30687/978-88-6969-477-6 | e-ISSN 978-88-6969-477-6 | Published Feb. 23, 2021 | Submitted May 27, 2020 | Language it

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