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Ungspråk project Phase II - Researching multilingualism through data visualisations.
1. In Phase II of the Ungspråk project, we used data visualizations to raise lower-secondary school students’ awareness of what it means to be multilingual. The visuals were based on the students’ own answers taken from our online questionnaire (Phase I).
- One visualization explores students’ answers to the prompt “Å være flerspråklig betyr…” (“To be multilingual means…”) . It was designed as a multi-level activity to promote discussions on multilingualism based on data generated by the pupils themselves.
- A second set of visuals were created to explore pupils’ answers to the question “Er du flerspråklig?” (“Are you multilingual?”).
- The visuals were used in interactive sessions in one of the participant schools.
- The ethical, epistemological and pedagogical implications of the interactive sessions are discussed in the following article: https://doi.org/10.1080/14790718.2022.2082441
- Link to visuals: https://org.uib.no/multilingual/Betyr/Betyr.html
2. In addition, we have developed the Ungspråk Practice-Based Models of Multilingualism (UPMM), protoype visual models which address a current research gap by introducing the contexts of practice and attitudes to the languages in the repertoire of lower secondary pupils in Norway. The data used in the models come from the Ungspråk questionnaire and their development will be discussed in an upcoming paper, currently under review. The visual models can be found in the links below:
A. Models representing the language practices of the whole group of participants
B. Models representing the language practices of individual participants: