Language is not just a neutral tool for communication. It reflects ways of knowing, interpreting, surviving, and being in the world, which makes writing a dynamic site of identity and ideological negotiation. Grounded in research from sociology, education, and linguistics, Linguistic Justice challenges ideas of Standard American English and how we teach writing. This workshop explores equity-centered pedagogies like Linguistic Justice as an inclusive approach to teaching, writing, and publishing. We will discuss attention to grammar along with strategies for responding to student writing.
Wednesday, October 11 at 2:30pm to 3:30pmVirtual Event