Table of contents for Language learning and teacher education : a sociocultural approach / edited by Margaret R. Hawkins.

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Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Sociocultural Perspectives on Language and Learning
Chapter 1. Learning Language as a Matter of Learning Social Languages Within 
James Paul Gee. University of Wisconsin-Madison. USA.
Section 3. Sociocultural Approaches to Language Teacher Education
Chapter 2. Re-Sourcing Resources: Pedagogy, History, and Loss in a Johannesburg 
 Pippa Stein. University of the Witwatersrand. Johannesburg, South Africa.
Chapter 3. Transforming the Discourse of Teaching and Learning: Rippling Waters and 
Shifting Sands. 
Jerri Willett & Sarah Miller. University of Massachusetts-Amherst. USA.
Chapter 4. Social Apprenticeships through Mediated Learning in Language Teacher 
Margaret R. Hawkins. University of Wisconsin-Madison. USA.
Section 4. The Uptake of Sociocultural Perspectives in Language Education
Chapter 5. Social Languages and Schooling: The Uptake of Sociocultural Perspectives in 
Jenny Miller. Milpera Newcomers' Centre. Queensland, Australia.
Chapter 6. Tinker, Tailor, Teacher, Text... Using a Multiliteracies Approach to 
Remediate Reading. 
Alison Beynon. Johannesburg, South Africa.
Section 5. Implications of Sociocultural Perspectives for Language Teacher 
Chapter 7. Language, Socio-cultural Theory, and Second Language Teacher Education: 
Examining the Technology of Subject Matter and the Architecture of Instruction. 
Donald Freeman. School for International Training. Brattleboro, VT. USA.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Language and languages Study and teaching Social aspects, Language teachers Training of