Types of Language

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Types of Language 12:08 Toxic (limits language) Language can be used to control, limit, put-down, and close-up students To change such uses, it is important to be conscious of how they occur, what is behind  them, and what their alternatives might be “retard” “idiot”  Toxic language in action Language that “others” “If you are one of Mrs. Josten’s Kids, you can leave now…”   pointing out kids with  services, excluding them from the community, demarcate  “Now, I know you celebrate Hanukkah…”   assume everyone else celebrates  Christmas “Quiet! Even if he could answer, I couldn’t hear him.” (Kliewer, p. 112)   assumes child  is not capable of communicating Language that exclude “I need you to get sticks.”   implying they can’ t be part of regular class, they don’ t  have an option to stay “Make sure you include…” 
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course EDU EDU203 taught by Professor Christineashby during the Fall '11 term at Syracuse.

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