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Creativity in language learning and teaching: Translingual practices and transcultural identities

Creativity in language learning and teaching: Translingual practices and transcultural identities AbstractThis introduction explores the four main themes of the papers in this special issue: 1) ‘language, languaging and translanguaging’ 2) ‘mobility and space’ 3) ‘transcultural identities’ and 4) ‘institutional and individual constraints on creativity’, and discusses how engagement with these themes helps the authors to move beyond traditional notions of linguistic creativity and creative pedagogy to formulate new ways of imagining creativity in language learning based on encouraging learners to make use of the full range of their semiotic resources and social experiences when communicating. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Linguistics Review de Gruyter

Creativity in language learning and teaching: Translingual practices and transcultural identities

Applied Linguistics Review , Volume 11 (4): 16 – Nov 26, 2020

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de Gruyter
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© 2020 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston
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1868-6303
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1868-6311
DOI
10.1515/applirev-2018-0114
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Abstract

AbstractThis introduction explores the four main themes of the papers in this special issue: 1) ‘language, languaging and translanguaging’ 2) ‘mobility and space’ 3) ‘transcultural identities’ and 4) ‘institutional and individual constraints on creativity’, and discusses how engagement with these themes helps the authors to move beyond traditional notions of linguistic creativity and creative pedagogy to formulate new ways of imagining creativity in language learning based on encouraging learners to make use of the full range of their semiotic resources and social experiences when communicating.

Journal

Applied Linguistics Reviewde Gruyter

Published: Nov 26, 2020

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