RE: [xmca] FW: perezhivanie

From: Peter Smagorinsky <smago who-is-at>
Date: Thu Nov 29 2007 - 05:48:43 PST

Ana, Bilingual Ed is not my field, but I'm sure that many others on this
list can suggest titles and ideas. Best,Peter

Peter Smagorinsky
The University of Georgia
125 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Ana Paula B. R. Cortez
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 6:32 AM
To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
Subject: Re: [xmca] FW: perezhivanie

Dear Peter,
  Thanks for the attachment!
  I haven't read it yet, but the title has impressed me a lot: I've been
working with junior school students for a while and my master dissertation
was exactly about that: language as a powerful psychological tool in
bilingual environments. I intend to extend that in my doctoral studies,
although I'd like to focus on the transformation it causes. Do you have any
idea to suggest?
  Ana Paula

Peter Smagorinsky <> escreveu:
  And this time, with the attachment. p

Mike has asked for interpretations of perezhivanie--to Yordanka
specifically, but I'm assuming that anyone who pitches in would be welcome.
I'm trying to frame a study of a high school writer whose confidence appears
to be a powerful tool in her composition of an essay interpreting
Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing--a pretty difficult task, even for a
successful student. Here's what we've written so far; comments welcome. It's
a bit long, so I'll send it as an attachment. It's a work in progress so
please reference this email message rather than the text itself if you
borrow from it in your own writing; the reference to Connery, 2007 is from
her xmca post.


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