Use Your Words Discussing Articulation
To get the complete Idioms for Inclusivity experience, this book can be purchased alongside four others as a set, Idioms for Inclusivity: Fostering Belonging with Language, 978-1-032-28635-8.
Informed by sociolinguistic research, yet written accessibly, Use Your Words challenges readers to investigate the concept of articulation as it relates to both language-use and inclusivity.
This engaging and delightfully illustrated book invites students to engage with concepts such as:
- the cultural meaning of the idiom "use your words"
- Linguistic Relativity, a framework linguists use to research and understand how thought and language influence one another
- why being told to "use your words" can make someone feel excluded
- and how understanding the way language works can help us learn to be more inclusive
Featuring practical inclusivity tips related to integrating learning into daily conversations, this enriching curriculum supplement can be used in a Language Arts setting to learn about figurative language; in a Social Studies setting to discuss diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging; or as an introduction to linguistics for students ages 7-14.
1. About This Book 2. How To Use This Book in Your Teaching Practice 3. Glossary 4. The Idiom 5. The Linguistic Theory 6. The Inclusive Solution 7. Practical Language Tips 8. Bibliography 9. Meet the Author and Illustrator