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|Name:||Bahar Otcu-Grillman (IPA: bahar)|
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|Specialty:||Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis, Bilingualism, Language Policies|
|Selected Publications:||Co-edited Book: Bilingual community education and multilingualism: Beyond heritage languages in a global city. (2013)
Book chapter: Turkishness in New York: Languages, ideologies and identities in a community-based school. (2013)
Book Chapter: Bilingual community education: Beyond heritage language education and bilingual education in New York. (forthcoming)
Book Chapter: Developmental patterns in internal modification use in requests: A quantitative study on Turkish learners of English. (forthcoming)
Book review: A review of The Essence and the Margin: National Identities and Collective Memories in Contemporary European Culture. (forthcoming)
Book: Language maintenance and cultural identity construction: A linguistic ethnography of Discourses in a complementary school in the US. (2010)
Article: Heritage language maintenance and cultural identity formation: The case of a Turkish Saturday school in NYC.
Book Chapter: Development of requests: A study on Turkish learners of English.
Book Chapter: What requests require: Requisites of oral production.
Article: “Speak Turkish!” or not? Language choices, identities and relationship building within New York’s Turkish community.
Article: Turkish in the US: Sense of belonging and identities among Turkish immigrants.
Article: The Portuguese language in the United Nations: Framing policy design.
Article: Story time for TESOL teacher candidates: Digital storytelling in field experience research and assessment.
Book review: A Review of How Language Comes to Children: From Birth to Two Years.
Book review: A review of Educational linguistics in practice: Applying the local globally and the global locally.
Book review: A review of Language attrition.
Book review: A review of Derrida/Searle: Deconstruction and ordinary language (forthcoming).
|Announced on LINGUIST :||
Bilingual Community Education and Multilingualism
|Courses Taught:||Policies and Practices in Bilingual Education
Language and Linguistic Foundations in Education
Cultural Perspectives in Teaching and Learning
Theories and Methods of Teaching ESL in Content Areas, K-12
Language Minority Students and Urban Schooling in the US
Psycho- and Sociolinguistic Foundations of Bilingual Education
Psychology of Language Learning and Teaching
Curriculum and TESOL Pedagogy
Teaching ESOL to Adults
Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
New York City Teaching Fellows Seminar
Bilingual Childhood Education
Bilingual Childhood Education Seminar
Supervision for Student Teaching in TESOL
Supervision for Secondary Student Teaching in TESOL
Readings in English I & II
English Composition I & II
English Grammar I & II
Spoken English I & II
(LL Issue 24.460)
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