Truth is a Linguistic Question: Part 2

October 14, 2021 - 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Thursday, October 14th 
5:30-6:30 pm 
Social Sciences 139 and on Zoom

Order of presentations: 10 minutes each

Linguistic Considerations: Phonology in Early Literacy Teaching

Kellee D. Watkins, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Reading and Literacy, MAT Elementary Education Coordinator 
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

Gerrelyn C. Patterson, Ph.D. 
Chair, Department of Educator Preparation 
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

Preparing educators for linguistically diverse classrooms

Cheresa Simpson, Ph.D. 
Program Coordinator, Teacher Leadership in Curriculum & Instruction 
Gardner-Webb University

How does linguistics play a role in racial and social justice in the elementary classroom?

Turquoise Parker 
North Carolina Association of Educators, NEA Director, and teacher at Lakewood Elementary School

Critical Race Theory: Advocacy and Opposition 
Zoila Airall, Ph.D. 
Adjunct Associate Professor of Education, Duke University

Contact name

c.lewis@duke.edu

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  • Center for Slavic Eurasian and East European Studies