Attitudes Towards African American Vernacular English In African American Preschool Teachers

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Attitudes towards African American Vernacular English in African American preschool teachers





5.2Purpose of the chapter3

5.3Relevance to the overall manuscript5

5.4Summary of the Results5

5.5Explain the study's significance7

5.6Recap of Literature Review8

5.7Recap of the methodology10

5.8Power Analysis11

5.9Discussion of the Results11

5.10Results from the CMI13

5.11Results from the AAETAS13

5.12The limitations of the study14

5.13Design Flaws14

5.14Discussion of the Conclusion15

5.15Comparison to previous literature17


5.17Recommendations for Further Research or Intervention19





English is considered as a universal language all around the world and in most parts of the world it is the only language spoken by the people. Although there are still some parts of the globe where English language is unknown and unspoken, it is considered as the primary language in most parts of the world. One of the primary reasons why this language is accepted universally as the primary language is because of the fact that it is a mixture of several native languages and encompasses keywords from several languages.

Since English is a language spoken universally, it has developed several dialects and accents, depending on the part of the world where it is spoken. The accent and dialect of English spoken in every country and every continent is different from each other. The difference fluctuates, in some cases heavily and in some cases it is just a minor fluctuation from the standard language. Universally, British English and US English are considered as the universal standards.

In this paper, we consider the vernacular English spoken by African Americans in the United States and how this impacts their performance in educational institutes. Additionally, this paper also studied the impact of vernacular English of African Americans on the attitude of teachers towards such students and other factors such as cultural mistrust, age and biasness. This paper was a qualitative study that analysed the education's impact on African American preschool teachers' attitudes toward AAVE in their students developing speech.

Purpose of the chapter

This is the fifth chapter of this study and it focuses on the analysis of the research findings and discussions related to the topic. In the previous chapter, the results of the research were discussed in detail. For any given research, it is important for the researcher to draw valid conclusions that may be useful in compiling a valid and credible research conclusion. In the previous chapter, the researcher analysed the results and represented them graphically and theoretically. In this part of the research, those results shall be discussed in detail and compared to literature applicable to the topic. The main purpose of this chapter is to shed light on every aspect of the previous chapters and to provide a solid ground for the concluding chapter that follows.

African American Vernacular English (AAVE) integrates those segments of the society that speak English in a very similar accent and dialect and is different from the English spoken by people belonging to other races and cultures. The Ebonics, Black Vernacular and Black English are some labels that are usually applied to such segments with such ...
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