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Standaardtaal of tussentaal op school? De paradoxale dubbele kloof tussen taalbeleid en taalgebruik

Steven Delarue (UGent)
(2011) STUDIES VAN DE BKL. 6. p.1-20
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In this paper, I discuss the polemic regarding the use of standard language and tussentaal ('intermediate language') in Flanders from an educational perspective: what language variety (or which varieties) can be used by teachers in primary and secondary schools in Flanders? The language policy of the government demands the use of the standard in all school situations, but the linguistic practice of both teachers and pupils shows a mixed use of standard language, tussentaal and dialect. In addition to that gap between language policy and linguistic practice, there are also internal contradictions to be found in the governmental language policy, where the final attainment levels of the Department of Education of the Flemish government seem more permissive than the demand for standard in the policy documents, as well as in the linguistic practice, where teachers seem to consider themselves as role models who always speak standard language when teaching – which is not the case in reality. In this paper I set out this intricate web of contradictions, to sketch the paradoxical double gap between policy and practice.

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Delarue, Steven. “Standaardtaal of Tussentaal Op School? De Paradoxale Dubbele Kloof Tussen Taalbeleid En Taalgebruik.” STUDIES VAN DE BKL 6 (2011): 1–20. Print.
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Delarue, S. (2011). Standaardtaal of tussentaal op school? De paradoxale dubbele kloof tussen taalbeleid en taalgebruik. STUDIES VAN DE BKL, 6, 1–20.
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Delarue, Steven. 2011. “Standaardtaal of Tussentaal Op School? De Paradoxale Dubbele Kloof Tussen Taalbeleid En Taalgebruik.” Studies Van De Bkl 6: 1–20.
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Delarue, Steven. 2011. “Standaardtaal of Tussentaal Op School? De Paradoxale Dubbele Kloof Tussen Taalbeleid En Taalgebruik.” Studies Van De Bkl 6: 1–20.
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Delarue S. Standaardtaal of tussentaal op school? De paradoxale dubbele kloof tussen taalbeleid en taalgebruik. STUDIES VAN DE BKL. 2011;6:1–20.
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S. Delarue, “Standaardtaal of tussentaal op school? De paradoxale dubbele kloof tussen taalbeleid en taalgebruik,” STUDIES VAN DE BKL, vol. 6, pp. 1–20, 2011.
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