ENG512 VU Video Lectures YouTube Complete Playlist Download in Compress FileENG512 VU Video Lectures YouTube Complete Playlist Download in Compress File
Course CategoryEnglish
Course LevelUndergraduate
Credit Hours3
InstructorDr. Tayyaba Tamim
Ph.D in Education
University of Cambridge
Bilingualism: Introduction Definitions of Bilingualism Definitions of Bilingualism:Issues Guidelines to Language Behaviour:Functional Approach Similarities in the Nature of Language Behaviour Language in Literacy and Bilingualism Forms of Language and Change Language Change Self Regulation of Individual Behaviour Language Change in Society Developmental Aspects of Language Behaviour Collective Aspects of Language Behaviour Monolingual Situation Bilingual Situation Basic Principles of Language Behaviour: Assumptions Social and Psychological Realities Dimensions and Measurement of Bilingualism Relative Competence Cognitive Organization Age of Acquisition Exogeneity Social Status Cultural Identity Societal Bilingualism Dimensions of Societal Bilingualism Typical Cases of Societal Bilingualism Monolingual vs Bilingual Communities Measurement of Bilinguality Languages in Contact Reasons for Languages in Contact Who is a Bilingual? What’s in a Language? Problematizing the Language and Dialect Distinction Sociopolitics of Bilingualism: Introduction Multilingualism as Resource Language Planning in Multilingualism Contexts Languages in Multilingual Contexts Functioning as a Bilingual: Introduction Mental Representation of Languages Functioning in Both Languages: Code-Switching Changing Attitudes Towards Bilingualism Semilingualism Stigmatization and Language Rights Advantages and Disadvantages of Bilingualism: Introduction Communicative Advantage of Bilingualism Cultural Advantage of Bilingualism Cognitive Advantage of Bilingualism Disadvantages of Bilingualism Describing Bilingualism: Four Essential Questions Describing Bilingualism: Degree Describing Bilingualism: Functions Variation in Language Contact Internal Functions Alternation Interference Who Speaks to Whom Which Language? Habitual Language Choice Language Choice and Group Language Choice and Situation Language Choice and Topic Domains of Language Behaviour Domain and Contexts:Institutional Domain and Micro-social Dynamics of Contexts Domain and Contexts: Governmental Administration Domain and Role Relations Other Sources of Variance and Domain Configuration: Introduction Key Sources of Variance Domain Configuration Contribution of Domain Analysis Challenges in Domain Analysis Social Meaning in Linguistic Structure: Introduction Dialect and Group Membership Regularity in Social Meanings Contextual Constraints Time, Setting, Situation and Event Situational and Metaphorical Code-Switching Interactional Linguistics Code-Switching Dynamics: Introduction Code-Switching: Social Implications Indexicality and Sense of Script Speech Event Conventions in Exchanges and Language Choice Social Networks and Code-Switching Code Mixing and Early Bilingualism: Introduction Grammar of Code-Switching Linguistic Dimension of Code-Switching/Mixing Linguistic Dimension: Bilingual Mixing Bilingual Mixing Linguistic Variation and Age Explanations of Language Mixing: Introduction Unitary Language System Three Stage Model Other Explanations: Restricted Lexical Use and Structural Features Universal Operating Principles Acquisition Strategies and Language Mixing Researching Bilingualism: Introduction Researcher Identity Research Issues Examples Impact of Researcher Identity and Attitudes Bilingual Education: Introduction Bilingual Education: Scenarios Defining Bilingual Education Bilingual Education and Language Teaching Monoglossic Ideologies in Bilingual Education Reimagining Bilingualism: Introduction Bilingual Education: A New Angle Global Practices Bilingual Education Beneficiaries Bilingualism: Issues of Power Geopolitics and Language Orientation: Introduction Bilingualism: A problem? Bilingual Education: Addressing Educational Failure Bilingual Education:A Right Bilingualism as a Resource Bilingual Education: Emerging Significance Languaging and Education:A Scenarios Languaging and Language Education:Introduction Language and Political Control State and Language Globalization and Glocalization Languaging and Language:Introduction Language Fixed Codes? Dialects Pidgins and creoles Languaging of Creole Speakers Languages in Education:Introduction Standardization of Language and Literacy Exclusive Use of Standard Variety Characteristics of Academic Language Academic Language and Higher Order Skills Reasons for Impositions of Language:Introduction Linguicism Controlling Opportunities Regulation with Language Practicies Languaging in Schools Scenarios Bilingualism and Translanguaging:Introduction Balanced Bilingualism Translanguaging and Bilingualism Invisible Bilingualism Translanguaging Framework:Introduction Bilingual Language Use Bilingual Contact Language Borrowing Code-Switching Models of Bilingualism Subtractive Bilingualism Additive Bilingualism Recursive Bilingualism Dynamic Bilingualism Plurilingualism Questioning Assumptions Bilingualism: Semilingualism Language Dominance Mother Tongue Second Language Learners Heritage Language Second Language Learning Process Bilingual Abilities and Bilingual Development:Introduction Bilingualism and Language Functions Bilingual Development:Elective or Obligatory Bilingual Development in Children Bilingual Vs. Monolingual Children Adult Vs. Child Bilingualism:Introduction Adult Bilingual Development Child Bilingual Development Adult Vs. Child Bilingualism:Differences Bilingualism Language Maintenance and shift:Introduction Language Revitalization Language and Identity Postcoloniality and Hybrid Identity Language Ideologies Language Policy and Language Rights Language Policy Language Policy:Dimensions Goals of Language Policy Languages in Education Bilingualism and Human Rights Bilingualism in the Curriculum:Introduction Complexity Involved Flexibility Bilingual Allocation Bilingual Arrangement:Introduction Separation:Time Determined Separation:Teacher Determined Separation:Place Determined Separation:Subject Determined Bilingual Arrangements-Flexible Convergent:Introduction Flexible Convergent:Random Code-Switching Code-Switching Academic Concerns Code-Switching-A Pedagogical Tool Flexible Convergence:Monoliterate Bilingualism Flexible Multiplicity Bilingualism in the 21st Century Macro and Micro Alternation Flexible Bilingual Arrangements:Significance Five Flexible Multiple Bilingual Arrangements Using Responsible Code-Switching in Classrooms Monitoring Quantity and Quality of Code-Switching Code-Switching as a Pedagogical Tool Classroom Examples The Dynamics and Impact of Unequal Power Between Languages Other Bilingual Arrangments:Introduction Preview/View/Review Translanguaging Translanguaging:Advantages Flexibility of Translanguaging Translanguaging:Classroom Examples More Bilingual Arrangements for Classrooms Co-languaging Cross-linguistic Awareness Cross-linguistic Awareness:Importance Translanguaging-A Closer Look:Introduction Translanguaging in Classrooms Translanguaging Vs. Translation Translanguaging and Multilingual Adolescents Translanguaging:Considerations Reaction to Immersion Program Models of Bilingual Teaching:Introduction Convergent Teaching Immersion Multiple Bilingual Teaching Model Complexity of Decisions Bilingual Education Approach and Methods:Transmission Vs. Constructivism Bilingual Education Approach and Methods: Transmission Vs. Constructivism Bilingual Development and Language of Instruction Bilingualism and Grammar Approach Communicative Approach Cognitive Approach 21st Century Needs:Social Justice and Social Practices Bilingualism:Equity-Interactions and Involvement Bilingualism and Tolerance Expectations and Rigour Assessments and Relevance Language Policies and its Implications:Introduction Languages in Pakistan Urdu in the Language Policy English in the Language Policy Indigenous Languages in the Language Policy Linguistic Hierarchy Paradigm Shift in Localization Challenges:Localization and Technology Six Factors of David Crystal Discussion of Cases Concluding Discussion The Politics of Languages in Education Language and Social Power Language Policy of Pakistan Language and Inequality Capability Approach and Inequality Bourdieu Education and Language The Study:Introduction Methods and Sampling Differential Linguistic Capital Prevailing Language Ideologies Language-based Discrimination Private Schools and Languages Disempowering Impact Higher Education and Languages Silenced and Disenfranchised Relishing Success in Contrast Marginalization Preference for English Self Deselection from Careers Shame in Self Confidence from Knowing English Wider Participation and Vulnerability Wider Participation and Vulnerability-2 Insights for Education and Bilingualism

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