By Mario E. López-Gopar
This publication tells the tale of a undertaking in Mexico which aimed to decolonize basic English educating by means of construction on examine that means Indigenous scholars are suffering in academic platforms and are discriminated opposed to via the mainstream. Led through their teacher, a gaggle of pupil lecturers aspired to problem the plain international phenomenon that affiliates English with “progress” and make English paintings in prefer of Indigenous and othered children’s methods of being. The e-book makes use of tales in addition to multimodality within the type of photographs and movies to illustrate how the English language can be utilized to open a discussion with young children approximately language ideologies. The procedure is helping to help minoritized and Indigenous languages and the advance of admire for linguistic human rights worldwide.
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