“The World in the Classroom”. A Study on Plurilingualism and Inclusion in the Schools at all Educational Stages of Udine
Keywords:plurilingualism, linguistic education, heritge languages, school, inclusion
For several years we have been carrying out research on the inclusion of minors with a migratory background in the schools of Friuli Venezia Giulia. In line with the findings of other surveys, even in the Region the linguistic repertoires of the various communities have undergone a partial restructuring with the entry of the Italian language alongside, or sometimes in replacement of, that of the country of origin. Over the years, however, the changes have regarded not only the languages present in the repertoires, but also, and above all, the speakers’ uses. The aim was to understand the attitudes that minors have towards their heritage languages and to relate them to actual uses. Our hope is that the data collected will contribute to the dissemination of good practices for the promotion of plurilingualism at school and for the development of inclusive approaches that enhance the skills of all pupils in the class.
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