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Plain Language in Practice: A Pathway for Language Justice
Unclear, overly complex, or specialized language use can impede communication in a variety of societal contexts, and it can be intimidating and unwelcoming. Within the public school system specifically, difficult language can prevent parents and caregivers from understanding services they are entitled to and regulations affecting them or their children.

Communication should be clear and accessible, intelligible, relevant, and usable without requiring specialized knowledge or training.


***In this sense, plain language is a civil right.***

So, what does plain language look like as a practice? How do you incorporate this practice into an existing system? On November 2, join Dr. Katherine Moran and Anthony Tassi as they discuss plain language and its implementation during our live, 30-minute webinar hosted by the Center for Applied Linguistics.

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Limited to first 500 registrants. This webinar will be recorded and broadcast on CAL Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/CALLinguistics/live
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The Center for Applied Linguistics is providing this event as a public service; however, the views, thoughts, and opinions expressed belong solely to the person(s) expressing them, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Center for Applied Linguistics.

Nov 2, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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