Constructing research pathways from multilingual challenges to pluriliteracies practices

Do Coyle*

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Abstract

Global, social, and cultural movements intertwined with educational challenges have fostered a new research agenda in terms of language and subject literacy development. Considering the trajectory of CLIL research, the author claims for a more holistic and connected research paradigm. Thus, this chapter presents a conceptual framework for a multiperspectival, participatory, and 'close-to-practice' research. It is also highlighted the importance of Research Partnerships if the potential of language and subject literacy is to be promoted.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTeachers' Perspectives, Practices and Challenges in Multilingual Education
EditorsNagore Ipiña Larrañaga, Ainara Imaz Agirre, Begoña Pedrosa, Eneritz Garro
PublisherVerlag Peter Lang AG
Chapter9
Pages197-211
Number of pages15
ISBN (Electronic)9783631825570, 9783631825587, 9783631825594
ISBN (Print)9783631819791
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sep 2020

Keywords

  • multilingualism
  • pluriliteracies
  • research agenda

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