Briefly summarize what Lysicott says about the three varieties of English she speaks, who she uses them with, why, and how this relates to perceptions of ‘articulateness’ (or lack thereof).

Briefly summarize what Lysicott says about the three varieties of English she speaks, who she uses them with, why, and how this relates to perceptions of ‘articulateness’ (or lack thereof).

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Choose one of the following three questions

  1. 3 Ways of Speaking English (Lysicott, 2014)

https://youtu.be/k9fmJ5xQ_mc

Briefly summarize what Lysicott says about the three varieties of English she speaks, who she uses them with, why, and how this relates to perceptions of ‘articulateness’ (or lack thereof).

  1. Blackcent — Obama’s English – Alim & Smitherman (2012)

What are some of the features of AAVE the article says Obama uses? Who does he use them with and why?
What is the authors’ point of view on Obama’s use of AAVE? What do his detractors says?
In addition to ‘Blackcent”, what are other ways the authors say Obama uses language to his benefit?

  1. Delpit, L. D. (1988). The silenced dialogue: Power and pedagogy in educating other people’s children. Harvard Education Review 58, 3, 280-298.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/syug249ia95d12q/Delpit%201988%20The%20Silenced%20Dialogue.pdf?dl=0

Below are five assertions that Delpit makes about issues of power in the classroom, especially as relates to students who –by virtue of their race, ethnicity, culture, language, and/or socioeconomic status—are not from the dominant social group. Briefly explain whether you agree or disagree with these statements and why. Include examples to back up your points. Be sure to pedagogical as well as social implications, including ‘ways of doing school’ where you are from.

  • · Issues of power are enacted in classrooms.
  • · There are codes or rules for participating in power; that is, there is a ‘culture ofpower.’
  • · The rules of the culture of power are a reflection of the rules of the culture ofthose who have power.
  • · If you are not already a participant in the culture of power, being told explicitly therules of that culture makes acquiring power easier.
  • · Those with power are frequently least aware of –or least willing to acknowledge—itsexistence. Those with less power are often most aware of its existence.
    (Delpit, 1988, p. 282)
  • B. Everyone writes on this question
  1. Language Change

Have you noticed any any changes in the languages you speak, including but not limited to vocabulary related to the pandemic, online communication, changing conceptions around gender roles, new political realities, etc.? Where have you seen these terms used? Who uses them? And with whom? Any other thoughts on this issue?

You can include language you have heard and/or read from any source and in any of the language3 that you know. For help researching and organizing your discussion, see the Gender & Language Change, Part 2 handout, pages 4-15 — paying special attention to table organization and categories on page 6. (Depending on the depth of your discussion, one to three words is probably enough).

Requirements: 1000

 

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