Ideologías de lenguaje en la instrucción e identidad del español de herencia

Ideologías de lenguaje en la instrucción e identidad del español de herencia

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Clara Burgo

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Las ideologías relacionadas con la identidad latinx son centrales en la instrucción de la lengua de herencia (LH) (Leeman et al., 2011). Sin embargo, la instrucción de herencia temprana estaba enfocada principalmente en adquirir la norma estándar (Leeman, 2012). ¿Cuáles son las ideologías actuales tanto en el aula de segunda lengua (SL) del español como en la de herencia? Este artículo intenta describir las ideologías lingüísticas en el aula, el valor del inglés, el uso del spanglish y cómo los educadores pueden potenciar actitudes positivas a través de la conciencia cultural y las ideologías de translenguaje para promocionar la justicia social luchando contra las ideologías hegemónicas.


 

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