Teaching Spanish Conversation Through The Uaps: A Pedagogy Of Jesuit Values And Mission, 2022 Canisius College
Teaching Spanish Conversation Through The Uaps: A Pedagogy Of Jesuit Values And Mission, Richard D. Reitsma
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal
This praxis piece explores the development of a Jesuit focused pedagogy within the context of a Spanish language conversation course. The author begins by defining the origins of the pedagogy employed in this course and how it came to be centered around the Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus (UAPs) which consist of the following goals: 1) Showing the way to God/goodness/hope through discernment; 2) Walking with the excluded, the poor, the outcasts of the world, those whose dignity has been violated, in a mission of reconciliation and justice; 3) Journeying with Youth, to accompany young ...
Proyecto De Traducción: Compartiendo Cultura A Través De Historias De Latinoamérica, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Proyecto De Traducción: Compartiendo Cultura A Través De Historias De Latinoamérica, Diana P. Beas
World Languages and Cultures
This project attempts to cultivate awareness of ethical and professional perspectives that reflect linguistic and cultural heritage. In other words, creatively share the culture and history of Latin American countries. To achieve this, this project consists of two short stories I have translated. The stories were originally written in Spanish and I have translated them to English. Furthermore, each story is from a different Latin American country (one is from Argentina and the other is from Guatemala). To carry out this project, I began by researching simple background information of each country to which the stories belong to. Afterwards, I ...
Temas Tempranos Del Feminismo En La Literatura Española De Principios Del Siglo Xx: Emilia Pardo Bazán Al Franquismo, 2022 Georgia College & State University
Temas Tempranos Del Feminismo En La Literatura Española De Principios Del Siglo Xx: Emilia Pardo Bazán Al Franquismo, Savannah Courter
World Languages and Cultures Senior Capstones
This presentation investigates Spanish feminist themes and how two authors—Emilia Pardo Bazán and Dolores Ibárruri—affected the role of women in their society during Franco’s regime. This presentation will discuss the main themes contributed by these two authors and how they fought against Francoism, Franco’s society, and the chauvinistic ideas and rules created for women during the regime.
Consecuencias Sociales En El Cine Latinoamericano: Alta Visibilidad De Lo Queer, 2022 Georgia College & State University
Consecuencias Sociales En El Cine Latinoamericano: Alta Visibilidad De Lo Queer, Tucker Wayne Skipper
World Languages and Cultures Senior Capstones
This presentation explores hegemonic societies in the Caribbean and the Southern Cone of Latin America as framed by the cultural phenomenon of high queer visibility in four films: Fresa y chocolate (1995) by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío, Antes que anochezca (2000) by Julian Schnabel, El beso de la mujer araña (1985) by Héctor Babenco, and Hoy quiero volver solo (2014) by Daniel Ribeiro. It examines the social consequences that each of the main characters must pay to their hegemonic societies because of this visibility. This research also makes a case for compulsive heterosexuality and how the heterosexist ...
Turismo En Nicaragua: Los Éxitos Y Fracasos De La Última Esperanza De Un Gobierno, 2022 Georgia College & State University
Turismo En Nicaragua: Los Éxitos Y Fracasos De La Última Esperanza De Un Gobierno, Julia Devane
World Languages and Cultures Senior Capstones
After decades of political instability left the people of Nicaragua to suffer with homelessness and poverty, the government turned to the tourism industry as a last effort to generate much-needed revenue, which had initially promised economic results. This essay will argue that the tourism industry was developed unsustainably for local populations and explain how the government's push for a tourism industry focused only on the needs of the tourists visiting their country rather than the needs of the locals participating in the tourism industry.
Abordando La Brecha De Desigualdad En Chile: Inquietud Civil Y Política, 2022 Georgia College & State University
Abordando La Brecha De Desigualdad En Chile: Inquietud Civil Y Política, Savannah Taylor
World Languages and Cultures Senior Capstones
This essay analyzes the underlying causes of the socioeconomic and income inequalities from which Chile still suffers. Moving through a brief historical analysis, it discusses such inequalities from the perspective of the 2019 protests. Finally, the essay identifies three primary potential causes of the unrest and inequality. The unequal education system, unstable political institutions, and disagreement of the management of valuable natural resources all exist as a barrier to achieving a satisfactory level of equality among the people of Chile.
Checking In: Learner Perceptions Of The Value Of Language Study In College, 2022 Sewanee: The University of the South
Checking In: Learner Perceptions Of The Value Of Language Study In College, Julian Ledford, Tijá Odoms
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence
An understanding of the products that Generation Z students value the most from their college-level language study is essential for instructors who must effectively unpack second language theories within the context of their classroom instruction. This preliminary study examines the value system regarding language study as revealed in the language-learning perceptions of a group of current language learners (n = 53) and recent college graduates (n = 49) at a small, private, liberal arts college in the southeast. Through qualitative analysis of student responses, the following emerged as language-learning products that students valued ...
Bilingual Behaviors: Learning Context In Second Language Acquisition, 2022 University of South Dakota
Bilingual Behaviors: Learning Context In Second Language Acquisition, Sydney M. Fulton
Language separates human beings from other species in the animal kingdom. Not only does language provide humans with a means to communicate, but it represents one’s family, cultural identity, and personality. There are over six thousand spoken languages in the world today, and around half of the earth’s inhabitants speak more than one language. First language acquisition is a natural process for all humans that begins before birth. The human brain can acquire multiple languages during infancy, but many people acquire a second language after the brain has fully developed. Knowledge of more than one language allows one ...
Hipersexualización E Infrarrepresentación: La Representación De Las Latinas En Jane The Virgin Y Modern Family, 2022 Murray State University
Hipersexualización E Infrarrepresentación: La Representación De Las Latinas En Jane The Virgin Y Modern Family, Laura Zarate
Honors College Theses
The Latinx community is one of the fastest growing groups in the United States and accounted for half of the total population growth from 2010-2019. Despite the increasing numbers, the statistics for Latinx representation in the media continue to be low. Numbers for Latinx writers, producers, and actors are significantly lower than their non-Latinx counterparts and Latinas, in specific, are one of the most underrepresented groups on television and often being portrayed as hypersexual in comparison to other groups of the same gender. While this underrepresentation has been researched in relation to women, there is limited discussion regarding the lack ...
Infrastructures Of Trust And Care In Latin American Migrant Communities, 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Infrastructures Of Trust And Care In Latin American Migrant Communities, Lily Hardwig
Chancellor’s Honors Program Projects
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Student Centered Language Teaching: A Focus On Student Identity, 2022 Utah State University
Student Centered Language Teaching: A Focus On Student Identity, Rachel Mano
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
This portfolio is a compilation of essays that describe what the writer has come to see as essential topics in second language acquisition. It begins with a professional environment piece, and then a teaching philosophy statement focused on student identity and interaction in the classroom. This is followed by an essay on observations of teaching. The next two sections focus on pragmatic resistance among advanced learners and the importance of preparing learners for peer interaction. The portfolio concludes with an annotated bibliography outlining the main concepts associated with Communicative Language Teaching, a method that is commonly employed in second language ...
La Diversidad Lingüística Durante Y Después Del Franquismo En España, 2022 St. John Fisher College
La Diversidad Lingüística Durante Y Después Del Franquismo En España, Molly L. Taylor
The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research
La historia lingüística de España es rica y diversa, pero ha sido sofocada por varios gobernantes españoles para promover el uso del castellano, o la lengua de "prestigio". Quizás las políticas lingüísticas más opresivas se promulgaron bajo el dictador Francisco Franco a lo largo del siglo XX. Estas políticas lingüísticas que trabajaron para promover el uso exclusivo del castellano se pueden ver en la educación, las leyes regionales, los paisajes lingüísticos e incluso las actitudes con respecto al idioma. Mientras existen esfuerzos para promover las lenguas y dialectos minoritarios que fueron silenciados durante el franquismo, los efectos de las políticas ...
Resurrecting Gaelic: Modernity And Heritage Language Revival In Scotland In A Comparative Perspective, 2022 University of Mary Washington
Resurrecting Gaelic: Modernity And Heritage Language Revival In Scotland In A Comparative Perspective, Sean Coady
Student Research Submissions
Many people from across the world have little or no connection to their heritage languages. Whether this loss is caused by conquest, colonialization, or simply lack of parent-child transmission, many believe that they are missing an integral part of their cultural identity and want to reclaim the languages of their forebearers. There is wide debate about how, why, and if this linguistic reclamation and revitalization should happen because, in the face of modernity and language evolution, the best solutions are not always clear. What constitutes successful language revitalization in the modern world, and why does it happen? Gaelic in Scotland ...
Mephistopheles' Atopy, Allotry, Lottery. On Textual Proliferations In Goethe's Faust I And Ii, Pasqual Solass
Vernacular: New Connections in Language, Literature, & Culture
Combining a careful reading of selected passages from Goethe’s Faust I and II and of marginal but nevertheless revealing lines on maybe the actual protagonist of the “Tragödie”, Mephistopheles, this paper aims to present aspects of what one could call Goethe’s vision of a modern devil. Taking departure from etymological considerations on the root of “diabolus”, i.e. diabállein, meaning to cast apart, to scatter, but also to accuse, as well as from different beliefs of German “Aberglaube” (superstition), it will become clear that one if not the major feature of Goethe’s Mephistopheles-figure is movement, not just ...
Service Learning With Migrant Equity Southeast, 2022 Georgia Southern University
Service Learning With Migrant Equity Southeast, Rachel Klien-Hart
Eagle Showcase: Excellence in Service-Learning
Through the Spanish Department’s pilot program, Spanish for Community Engagement, I have had the opportunity to serve as a Community Apprentice for Savannah’s nonprofit, Migrant Equity Southeast (MESE). This experience has greatly developed my understanding of the Hispanic community while applying the tools and lessons I have learned in the classroom. Each week, I have gained more experience and awareness of the needs for local immigrant families. I have learned about immigrants’ rights relating to education, housing, interactions with law enforcement, and work. I have researched available resources for immigrants including food banks, legal assistance services, rent assistance ...
Las Voces Desde La Liminalidad Sino-Peruana: –Una Lectura Comparativa De Mongolia Y La Vida No Es Una Tómbola–, 2022 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Las Voces Desde La Liminalidad Sino-Peruana: –Una Lectura Comparativa De Mongolia Y La Vida No Es Una Tómbola–, Jing Tan
LSU Master's Theses
Chinese immigrants first arrived in Peru in the mid-19th Century. Since then, the Sino-Peruvian community has lived through myriad vicissitudes. Today, despite its indisputable influence in Peru’s history, it is still largely invisible in society, just as the concept of an Asian Latin American identity remains elusive in the national consciousness. In the literary and academic world, the scarcity of a voice highlighting Chinese legacies in Peruvian literature is echoed by the dearth of such a voice in the criticism regarding works by Sino-Peruvian writers about Sino-Peruvian experiences.
This comparative analysis engages with two novels that evince deep parallelism ...
Clic Newsletter - Spring 2022, 2022 Bentley University
Clic Newsletter - Spring 2022, Daniel Alegre, Michael Berman, Antonio Gonzalez D'Orazio, Penelope Soto, Qiaofei Yan, Kevin Zhou
PAGE 1: Interview with director of CLIC, Dr. Alessia Dalsant
PAGE 4: Event Throwback: International Trivia Night
PAGE 5: Restaurant Recommendations
PAGE 9: LP at Sea: Updates on Coti’s Study Abroad
PAGE 12: Event Throwback: UEFA Champions League @ CLIC
PAGE 13: Sports Across the World
PAGE 15: Recipes To Try From Our LPs’ Countries
PAGE 20: Interview with Students Who Studied Abroad
PAGE 24: Event Throwback: Foreign Language Karaoke Night
PAGE 25: Interview with Exchange Students at Bentley
PAGE 27: Cultural and Identity Student Organizations at Bentley University
PAGE 30: Interview with Mariana Varela – Fall LP of ...
Translation Studies And Public Policy, 2022 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Translation Studies And Public Policy, Gabriel Gonzalez Nunez
Writing and Language Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations
Chapter 9 discusses relationships between translation and public policy. When challenges of organizing public spaces involve the use of more than one language, translation is often employed, and, in such circumstances, translation may serve a variety of functions, including the deployment of language policies alongside other policy aims such as the promotion of human rights or multiculturalism. The chapter explores this link between public policy and translation, presenting a survey of insights that have been provided by scholars, and suggesting areas where scholarship can provide further understandings. These insights are important, given the continuing multilingualism and diversity of societies.
Tolkien, Cline, And The Quest For A Silmaril, 2022 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Tolkien, Cline, And The Quest For A Silmaril, Tom Ue, James Munday
Online Midwinter Seminar (OMS)
J. R. R. Tolkien has had a significant influence on American writer Ernest Cline. In Ready Player One (2011), the character Ogden Morrow invites Wade and his friends to his mansion, which is modelled after Rivendell from Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings films (2001- 03). Cline goes further in his sequel Ready Player Two (2021) by staging a part of Wade’s virtual quest on Arda I, the First Age of Middle Earth. In this paper, we focus on this episode and, in so doing, argue for Cline’s insights into how we approach fantasy. First, we ...
Who’S His Daddy? Approaches To Merlin’S Father In Children’S And Ya Media, 2022 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Who’S His Daddy? Approaches To Merlin’S Father In Children’S And Ya Media, Michael Torregrossa
Online Midwinter Seminar (OMS)
In the 1130s, Geoffrey of Monmouth originated the character of Merlin, setting him upon the world stage as a wonder-working youth fathered (in the tradition of Greek and Latin authors of the past) by a daemon. However, later writers of the Middle Ages, beginning with Robert de Boron, reconceived Merlin within a more Christianized world, altering his heritage and transforming his sire into a demon from Hell. This shift from benign daemon to malevolent demon has impacted the representation of the wizard of Camelot for centuries. Contemporary fiction for the page as well as for the screen has adopted and ...