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Resources for Educators

This page provides a comprehensive list of online and multimedia resources for educators interested in learning more about language variation.  

  • Scroll down for general resources for educators at all grade levels and across content areas!

We also have resources for educators that are specific to different content areas:

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About Language Variation

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About American English and Other Languages in the U.S.

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Language and Culture in the South and Appalachia

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Language and Culture in African American Communities

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On Culture, Ethnicity, and Multicultural Education

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Our Wikis

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This page provides a comprehensive list of online and multimedia resources for educators interested in learning more about language variation.  We also have content-area specific pages:

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 6, 2011 12:56 pm

    Our latest book”Between the Rhetoric and Reality” Lauriat Press; Simpkins & Simpkins,2009; covers in detail the history of the only scientifically proven dialect reading program”Bridge:A Cross-Cultural Reading Program..The program was field tested by Houghton Mifflin Publishers in 1977, and was found to raise the reading scores of functionally illiterate, Black inner-city students by 6.2 months for 4months of instruction..

    • May 6, 2011 1:17 pm

      Thanks for sending your reference along and for continuing to address issues of language variation through direct intervention and impact.

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