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Talk by Dr. Richard Kern (Berkeley Language Center)

When Mar 12, 2018
from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where Foster Auditorium
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Five Principles of a Relational Pedagogy: Building on the Social, Individual, and Material Foundations of Language Use


This talk outlines an approach to language teaching that brings attention to relationships among material, social, and individual dimensions of language use, with particular emphasis on literacy practices. This approach involves reflection on how technologies and mediums influence the design of communication and embody values and fundamental ideas about what communication is. A critical semiotic awareness of how meanings are made, framed, and transformed in particular contexts of language use is essential to twenty-first century learners because they face a singularly pervasive mediascape that is potentially as exploitative as it is emancipatory.