23.1652, Books: Mehrsprachige Lebenswelten: Keim

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Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2012 21:25:42
From: Elke M. Milbli [milbli at narr.de]
Subject: Mehrsprachige Lebenswelten: Keim

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Title: Mehrsprachige Lebenswelten 
Subtitle: Sprechen und Schreiben der türkischstämmigen Kinder und Jugendlichen 
Publication Year: 2012 
Publisher: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + Co. KG
	   http://www.narr.de/
	

Book URL: http://www.narr-shop.de/index.php/mehrsprachige-lebenswelten.html 


Author: Inken Keim

Paperback: ISBN:  9783823367079 Pages: 264 Price: Europe EURO 34.99


Abstract:

In vielen Großstädten Deutschlands haben sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten 
Migrantenwohngebiete entwickelt, in denen ethnische Gemeinschaften in 
engen Netzwerken leben. Die Kinder wachsen in mehrkulturellen 
Lebenswelten auf und bilden im Alltag, in den Familien und Peergroups 
mehrsprachige Kommunikationspraktiken aus. In den deutschen 
Bildungsinstitutionen treffen sie auf deutschsprachige Anforderungen, auf die 
sie schlecht vorbereitet sind mit der Konsequenz, dass viele bisher schulisch 
gescheitert sind. Das Buch, das auf ethnografisch-soziolinguistischen 
Untersuchungen basiert, liefert Einblicke in die Lebenswelt türkischstämmiger 
MigrantInnen und in die Vielfalt der sprachlich-kommunikativen Praktiken, die 
in mehrsprachigen Lebenswelten entstehen. Es stellt das ungesteuert 
erworbene Deutsch der Elterngeneration vor und zeigt auf der Basis von 
authentischen Gesprächsbeispielen diekommunikativen Praktiken der Kinder 
und Jugendlichen und ihre Virtuosität im Umgang mit sprachlichen 
Ressourcen, die in der Schule nicht berücksichtigt werden. Vor allem aber 
macht das Buch deutlich, dass die Kinder und Jugendlichen durchaus über 
mündliche und schriftsprachliche Deutschkompetenzen verfügen, und es 
zeigt, in welchen Bereichen sie Unterstützung brauchen, damit sie Erfolg in 
Schule und Beruf haben. 



Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                     Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): German (deu)


Written In: German  (deu)
	
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