TESL Canada Special Issue: Plurilingualism & Translanguaging

The 2021 Special Issue of the TESL Canada Journal will focus on Plurilingualism and Translanguaging pedagogies, two areas of increasing interest among language education scholars and practitioners in Canada and internationally. Dr. Caroline Payant of UQAM and Dr. Angelica Galante of McGill University, the guest editors, are inviting papers reporting on work conducted in Canada or internationally in the areas below:

a) Plurilingualism and translanguaging pedagogical practices with Indigenous, official, and heritage languages
b) Plurilingual/translingual writing pedagogy
c) Student and teacher identities through plurilingual/translingual approaches
d) Literacy development through plurilingual/translingual approaches
e) Plurilingualism and translanguaging practices across pedagogical settings (e.g., immersion classrooms, tertiary classrooms, pre-K classrooms, K-12, community languages programs)
f) Plurilingual and pluricultural competence development
g) Pre-service and in-service teachers’ beliefs and reported practices
h) Plurilingual/translingual learning strategies and assessment
i) Plurilingual/translingual curriculum development and evaluation

This Special Issue will publish articles in four categories: Full-length Research Articles, In the Classroom, Perspectives, and Book Reviews. Please refer to the author guidelines for
more information.

Interested authors are invited to submit a 400-word abstract (including references) to teslcanadajournal [at] tesl.ca by January 10, 2021. Notice of acceptance will be emailed in January. Full manuscripts are due May 15th 2021 and will be subject to a review process.

See full call below:

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