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Talkin black talk

language, education, and social change

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This edition was published in by Teachers College Press in New York.

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189 pages

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Talkin black talk: language, education, and social change
2007, Teachers College Press
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Cover of: Talkin Black Talk: Language, Education, and Social Change
Talkin Black Talk: Language, Education, and Social Change: Language, Education, and Social Change (Multicultural Education (Cloth))
December 1, 2006, Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
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Cover of: Talkin Black Talk: Language, Education, and Social Change
Talkin Black Talk: Language, Education, and Social Change: Language, Education, and Social Change (Multicultural Education (Paper))
December 1, 2006, Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
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Talkin black talk

language, education, and social change

This edition was published in by Teachers College Press in New York.


Table of Contents

"The Whig Party don't exist in my hood": knowledge, reality, and education in the hip hop nation / H. Samy Alim
The ebonics phenomenon, language planning, and the hegemony of standard English / Charles E. DeBose
Developing academic English for standard English learners / Noma LeMoine and Sharroky Hollie
The art and science of teaching narrative reading comprehension: an innovative approach / Angela Rickford
The power of the rap: the black idiom and the new black poetry / Geneva Smitherman
Sounds bouncin off paper: black language memories and meditations / Sonia Sanchez
African American communicative practices: improvisation, semantic license, and augmentation / Arthur K. Spears
Linguistic emancipation in global perspective / John Baugh and Geneva Smitherman
If our children are our future, why are we stuck in the past?: beyond the Anglicists and the Creolists, and toward social change / Sonja Lanehart
Mother-tongue education and the African renaissance, with special reference to South Africa / Neville Alexander.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-175) and index.

Series
Multicultural education series, Multicultural education series (New York, N.Y.)
Other Titles
Talking black talk.

Classifications

Library of Congress
PE3102.N42 T35 2007

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL15625822M
Internet Archive
isbn_9780807747469
ISBN 10
0807747467, 0807747475
ISBN 13
9780807747469, 9780807747476
LC Control Number
2006028928
OCLC/WorldCat
71322097
Library Thing
6250416
Goodreads
180040

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