Between Language Learning and Translanguaging
This volume explores holistic trends in multilingualism, analysing the processes of both 'becoming multilingual' and 'being multilingual'.
Multilingualism has increased in recent years due to globalisation, transnational mobility and the spread of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). This volume explores some of the trends in the study of multilingual education by putting together research studies that analyse the processes of both 'becoming multilingual' and 'being multilingual' in educational contexts.
- Discusses developments in the field of multilingualism studies, with particular reference to language education.
- Presents research and a new way of approaching language teaching.
- Includes research-based discussions on language learning and translanguaging in educational contexts.
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