|Title||Why and how to integrate non-standard linguistic varieties into education: Cypriot Greek in Cyprus and the UK|
|Authors||Ioannidou, E., Karatsareas, P., Lytra, V. and Tsiplakou, S.|
• Greek Cypriot education remains largely oriented towards promoting standard language ideologies and only accepts Standard Greek as the language of teaching and learning.
• Cypriot Greek, the students’ home variety, is still seen as an obstacle to academic achievement by teachers and educational authorities.
• Cypriot Greek needs to be integrated into policies and practices of teaching and learning both in Cyprus and in the UK’s Greek Cypriot community.
• This will:
• Teachers and learning activities should promote and cultivate:
•This approach will ultimately change the way we view language and literacy learning.
|Journal||Languages, Society and Policy|
|Publisher||Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS)|
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
|Web address (URL)||http://www.meits.org/policy-papers/paper/Why-and-how-to-integrate-non-standard-linguistic-varieties-into-education-Cypriot-Greek-in-Cyprus-and-the-UK|
|Published||11 May 2020|