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Ways with Words: Language, Life and Work in Communities and Classrooms… (udgave 1983)

af Shirley Brice Heath (Forfatter)

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Ways with Words, first published in 1983, is a classic study of children learning to use language at home and at school in two communities only a few miles apart in the south-eastern United States. 'Roadville' is a white working-class community of families steeped for generations in the life of textile mills; 'Trackton' is an African-American working-class community whose older generations grew up farming the land, but whose existent members work in the mills. In tracing the children's language development the author shows the deep cultural differences between the two communities, whose ways with words differ as strikingly from each other as either does from the pattern of the townspeople, the 'mainstream' blacks and whites who hold power in the schools and workplaces of the region. Employing the combined skills of ethnographer, social historian, and teacher, the author raises fundamental questions about the nature of language development, the effects of literacy on oral language habits, and the sources of communication problems in schools and workplaces.… (mere)
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Titel:Ways with Words: Language, Life and Work in Communities and Classrooms (Cambridge Paperback Library)
Forfattere:Shirley Brice Heath (Forfatter)
Info:Cambridge University Press (1983), Edition: Reprint, 426 pages
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Read it long ago as part of my Rhetoric and Tech Com degree. Left a big impression and I continue to recall its lessons about the connection between literacy to both homelife and schooling whenever in a discussion of literacy. These lessons also extend to other home influences and do much to explain why some succeed and others don't. It has a lot to do with the fact that the institution of schooling favors certain dominant elements of society and presents obstacles to minorities. ( )
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Ways with Words, first published in 1983, is a classic study of children learning to use language at home and at school in two communities only a few miles apart in the south-eastern United States. 'Roadville' is a white working-class community of families steeped for generations in the life of textile mills; 'Trackton' is an African-American working-class community whose older generations grew up farming the land, but whose existent members work in the mills. In tracing the children's language development the author shows the deep cultural differences between the two communities, whose ways with words differ as strikingly from each other as either does from the pattern of the townspeople, the 'mainstream' blacks and whites who hold power in the schools and workplaces of the region. Employing the combined skills of ethnographer, social historian, and teacher, the author raises fundamental questions about the nature of language development, the effects of literacy on oral language habits, and the sources of communication problems in schools and workplaces.

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