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6322 Literature and Language Diversity
In a pluralistic society teachers have the task of not only teaching students to become better readers and writers, they are also tasked with expanding the ways in which students interact in the world. Participants in this course will explore how language and literature shape reader identities.  This course will focus on how  written and oral languages work rather than prescribe how people should speak or write. Participants will learn practical ways to support students who speak and write in African American Language (AAL) through the lens of critical literacy and language pedagogies. The intended audience for this course is English language arts teachers, instructional specialists, interventionists, and those interested in learning more about the interconnectedness of home language and school culture.  
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