The LP Pickled Onion- Academic Writing
figureposted on 13.08.2021, 04:15 authored by Ana María Benton ZavalaAna María Benton Zavala
This visualisation illustrates the language tensions that some EAL students experience in higher education through English medium instruction in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is based on The Language Planning (LP) onion proposed by Ricento and Hornberger (1996) and further explored by Hornberger and Cassels Johnson (2007). This LP Pickled Onion takes into consideration the historical dimension for the visualisation of the different layers and agents; it is an adaptation of the model I proposed in my PhD thesis.
Benton Zavala, A. (2018). ‘Shifting the Landscape’, Indigenous Immersion and Bilingual Education in Mexico : Tosepan Kalnemachtiloyan. Language Planning, Buen Vivir, and Representations of Indigenous Identity in the Sierra De Puebla, Mexico. (PhD, University of Auckland) http://hdl.handle.net/2292/45777
PublisherUniversity of Auckland
Academic writingAcademic writing practicesLP Pickled Onionintercultural skillsLanguage policy and planningLanguage ecologyAcademic Literacy DevelopmentComparative Language StudiesEnglish LanguageEnglish as a Second LanguageGlobalisation and CultureLanguage in Culture and Society (Sociolinguistics)Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies