Throughout our interview, Jen refers to Standard English
as proper English, she tells me, "I went to a private school .
No dialect enthusiast has ever suggested that we dispense with standard English
Relying on such verbal tactics as creolization and deterritorialization, Behan commits acts of linguistic sabotage sufficient to undermine the claims of British cultural and social superiority that so often accompany the use of Standard English
I recommend the now titled The New Fowler's Modern English Usage (first published in 1926, and now in its third edition) as an excellent and acknowledged guide to the standard English
While through Lemert's influence I integrate my life experience into my teaching and research, through Acker's metaphor of "getting the man out of [one's] head," I have been encouraged to get the power of Standard English
and whiteness out of my head to be able to reflect and write on the connections between Standard English
, colonialism, whiteness, and the ESL immigrant experience.
Mrs Walker, who was born in nearby Stockton and has been head at the urban primary for 12 years, stressed the aim was not to wipe out the Teesside accent but to teach children standard English
I can see what the school is doing and of course it's quite right to point out the value of standard English
grammar for writing and when speaking in any slightly more formal context," he said.
that students should switch into Standard English
at school and make any code switching decisions when out of school, an idea that Vershawn Ashanti Young confronts in his chapter, "Should Writers Use They Own English?
apartment, covering topics language learners don't get in standard English
Unless and until the curriculum is amended to accept s''s as part of standard English
, then its use remains incorrect.
Goyder added that her voice now reflects a standard English
Another possibility that could be added to the list is that students could be bi-dialectal in Standard English
and an Indigenous English.