Linguistic Policies and Language Issues in Teacher Training
Curatori: Francesco Avolio, Antonella Nuzzaci, Lucilla Spetia
Nr. Pagine: 366
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The translation into English of the book Linguistic Policies and Issues in Teachers’ Training, testimony of the International Conference with the same title held at the Department (of Excellence) of Human Sciences of the University of L’Aquila, on April 18-19, 2018, is motivated by the wide international debate concerning the didactic uses of the language, that today are raising the interest of scholars from various sectors. The conference started from reflections on the twenty year-long application of the European Charter of Regional and Minority Languages, opened for signature on November 5, 1992 and entered into force on March 1, 1998, with the aim of addressing linguistic issues in initial and continuous teachers’ training in a transdisciplinary perspective. It focused on the difficulties of conciliation, convergence and integration of the different knowledges of the linguistic area that, although adopting different approaches and perspectives related to the scientific context in which they operate, can positively meet on the field of training, as a space of interaction for the identification of possible shared solutions and of “cultural and scientific intersection actions”, in order to promote a high quality teacher training, which today is at the center of a profound process of change. The problem of language has been tackled on different levels (disciplinary, cultural, didactic, curricular, political) and in an interdisciplinary perspective, in the encounter among specific sectors of the linguistic and philological areas (Romance Philology, History of the Language, Linguistics and Dialectology) and pedagogical area (General Didactics and Disciplinary Didactics) – characterized by their epistemic statutes, specific languages and precise investigation methodologies -, to open an unprecedented space for comparison between sector and didactic research. This comparison aimed to support the relationship between the dominant language (standard?), minority languages and dialects, to recognize the linguistic peculiarities and contexts of use, to promote plurality in an inclusive school capable of welcoming and promoting the differences. Thus, starting from advanced theoretical, methodological and practical approaches, capable of exploring the dynamic and multilayered nature of theory-practice relationships in language teaching, topics such as linguistic literacy, linguistic policies, the promotion of minority languages and dialects, the development of language, parlance, the socialization in formal contexts, language didactics with its learning and teaching methods (socially responsible), the linguistic learnings assessment were examined, as well as integration and interrelation with other disciplines, creative applications related to linguistic and symbolic resources, including new technologies. The publication of these Acts coincides with another twentieth anniversary of great importance, namely that of the approval of the Law 15 December 1999, no. 482 “Rules for the protection of historical linguistic minorities”. It intends to be a working tool – continuously in progress – for all those who believe that language is an individual and collective heritage, bearer of values and symbols, of diversity and equality.
CURATORI - FRANCESCO AVOLIO, ANTONELLA NUZZACI, LUCILLA SPETIA
Francesco Avolio is an Associate Professor of History of the Italian Language at the Department of Human Studies of the University of L’Aquila. His research interests center around the dialectal varieties of central and southern Italy, the theory and methods of dialectological and geolinguistic research, the problems of linguistic reconstruction, the relationships between language and experience, the historical Slavic minorities. Member of several national and international scientific societies, he is author of numerous articles and essays, including the volume Lingue e dialetti d’Italia (Roma, 2009).
Antonella Nuzzaci is an Associate Professor of Experimental Pedagogy at the Department of Human Studies of the University of L’Aquila, where she was President of the Degree Course in Primary Teacher Education and a Member of the University “Quality Presidium”. She deals with problems of educational experimentalism in the field of: evaluation and selfevaluation processes of the higher education system; methodological, reflective and digital skills in teacher training; relationships between new alphabetic forms (multiliteracies) and profiles of school population in the direction of a possible strengthening of the latter through the use of tangible and intangible cultural assets. She is the author of numerous national and international publications including Competenze riflessive tra professionalità educative e insegnamento (Lecce-Brescia, 2011).
Lucilla Spetia is an Associate Professor of Romance Philology and Linguistics at the Department of Human Studies of the University of L’Aquila, where she was Vice President of the Course of Literature Area (CAD). He deals with medieval, French and Provençal literary texts (especially romance and lyric), in connection with the coeval Latin production, turning his attention above all to attributive philology. She is the author of numerous articles and essays, national and international, including the volume in 2017 La dialettica tra pastorella e canzone e l’identità di Carestia: l’anonima (?) ‘A une fontaine’ (RS 137).
COLLANA - UNIVERSITÀ & RICERCA
UNIVERSITÀ & RICERCA
Codice collana ISSN 2284-435X
Direttori: Luciano Galliani, Antonella Nuzzaci
Comitato scientifico: Ottavio Besomi (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich), Arnaldo Bruni (Università di Firenze), Stefano Carrai (Università di Siena), Marcel Crahay (Université de Genève), Ettore Felisatti (Università di Padova), Paolo Frignani (Università di Ferrara), José Luis Gaviria (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Stephen Gorard (University of Birmingham), E. Edwin Gordon (South Carolina University, USA), Lan Li (Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA), Umberto Margiotta (Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia), Alessandro Martini (Université de Fribourg), Maria de las Nieves Muñiz Muñiz (Universitat de Barcelona), Emilio Pasquini (Università di Bologna), Pier Cesare Rivoltella (Università Cattolica di Milano), David Stephens (University of Brighton), Alfredo Stussi (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa).
La Collana si propone di raccogliere Ricerche, Atti di Congressi, Convegni e Seminari relativi a tematiche della formazione di carattere generale e specifico ed è volta a stimolare e a facilitare la comunicazione accademica e professionale tra i diversi soggetti interessati, università e istituti di ricerca a livello locale, regionale, nazionale e internazionale. Essa, con un approccio multidisciplinare ai problemi della formazione, intende contribuire alla definizione di una cultura scientifica che, ponendo al centro della sua riflessione i problemi educativi emergenti, incoraggi, attraverso una serie di pubblicazioni, la ricerca educativa di carattere teorico, critico ed empirico, espressione del dibattito scientifico-pedagogico nazionale e internazionale più avanzato.
Si articola in 2 sezioni: 1. Progetti di ricerca; 2. Convegni e Seminari.