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A highly readable collection of key articles and essays by a leading scholar on African American language and politics. Discussing the inter-relationship between African American language, culture and education, Talkin' that Talk is divided into sections, each introduced by the author, which include: * African American language and education * Language theory, research and A highly readable collection of key articles and essays by a leading scholar on African American language and politics. Discussing the inter-relationship between African American language, culture and education, Talkin' that Talk is divided into sections, each introduced by the author, which include: * African American language and education * Language theory, research and the Black intellectual tradition * Black language and culture * Black women's discourse * Language policy and global multilingualism.


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A highly readable collection of key articles and essays by a leading scholar on African American language and politics. Discussing the inter-relationship between African American language, culture and education, Talkin' that Talk is divided into sections, each introduced by the author, which include: * African American language and education * Language theory, research and A highly readable collection of key articles and essays by a leading scholar on African American language and politics. Discussing the inter-relationship between African American language, culture and education, Talkin' that Talk is divided into sections, each introduced by the author, which include: * African American language and education * Language theory, research and the Black intellectual tradition * Black language and culture * Black women's discourse * Language policy and global multilingualism.

48 review for Talkin That Talk: Language, Culture and Education in African America

  1. 5 out of 5

    adoring

    Read the intro, chapter 1, and chapter 9 for an English class but unsure about Smitherman's Creolist argument + language policy compared to McWhorter's (sympathetic) dissection of the bridging method and argument for Anglicist & standard variety immersion in schools. Will maybe go back and read fully later. Read the intro, chapter 1, and chapter 9 for an English class but unsure about Smitherman's Creolist argument + language policy compared to McWhorter's (sympathetic) dissection of the bridging method and argument for Anglicist & standard variety immersion in schools. Will maybe go back and read fully later.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Synthia Salomon, Ed.S.

    I read this book with a graduate level course for insight on Ebonics, language theory and research. I found the timeline of US Ebonics and the Black Experience (1557-1990s) to be helpful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Insightful and wise, Dr. G (as she has her students call her) gives us an inside look into her language and rhetoric. For anyone who's ever wanted to understand AAL. Insightful and wise, Dr. G (as she has her students call her) gives us an inside look into her language and rhetoric. For anyone who's ever wanted to understand AAL.

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    Zina

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