Webinar: “Translanguaging” by Russell Aldersson
September 16 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Free for members
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Translanguaging is “the dynamic process whereby multilingual language users mediate complex social and cognitive activities through strategic employment of multiple semiotic resources to act, to know, and to be” (Garcia & Li, 2014).
This webinar explores translanguaging and looks at its origins as a description of a language practice in a teaching and learning context, to its development as a broader theory of language. We shall examine the idea of
– a linguistic repertoire
– a translanguaging space
– a translanguaging instinct
– translanguaging stance
Finally, we can consider how we might explore our role as interpreters through the lens of translanguaging and how the trans prefix means not just the movement across and between languages but beyond (and what we might mean by that).
Learning outcomes: Following the webinar participants should be able to:
Understanding translanguaging in terms of its origins and definitions
Understand the concept of a linguistic repertoire
Describe how translanguaging might be applied to interpreting, particularly in community interpreting settings