Shaping language policy in the United States
Source:Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, p.232 (2013)
Call Number:Cubb P119.32 .U6 W53 2013
Keywords:English language--Political aspects--United States, English language--Rhetoric--Study and teaching--United States, Language policy--United States, National security--United States
Contents: Introduction: Situating language policy within composition's past, present, and future -- The language curriculum research group: translating the students right to their own language resolution into pedagogical practice -- The CCCC national language policy: reframing the rhetoric of an English only United States -- The Defense Department's National Security Language policy: composing local responses to the United States' critical language needs --Conclusion: Redefining language policy's role in composition studies.