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Language policy and L2 teaching(Juanjuan Zhao/18CI776-applying tech in the classroom for effective teaching)

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  • 1. Language Policy and L2 Teaching Juanjuan Zhao
  • 2. “ Do you want two languages and one nation or one language and two nations? Dr Colvin R. de Silva speaking after the Sinhala Only Act was passed in 1956, making Sinhala the national language of Sri Lanka.'
  • 3.
    • Language Purification
    • Language Reform
    • Language revitalization
    • Language Spread
    • Lexical Modernization
    • Language Maintenance
      • Language loss
      • Minority language education
      • Heritage language education
    • Terminology Unification
    • Stylistic Simplification
    • Language Standardization
    • Interlingual Communication
    • Auxiliary-Code Standardization
  • 4. refers to deliberate efforts to direct, change, or preserve the acquisition, structure, or functional allocation of language codes within a given society(Gottlieb&Chen,2001,p.4). Language Policy refers to systematic formulation of such efforts by authoritative agencies (Gottlieb&Chen,2001,p.4) .
    • Language Planning
    1 2
  • 5.
    • Governmental Planning
      • the government may use their power to determine the standard language of a society as a means of expanding its power.
    • Language Strategists
      • teachers or linguistics work to solve communication problems, but they are also working under the government.
    • Language Planning Bodies
      • For example:
      • Official language policy committees for Japan and China
      • Chinese committees on Script Reform set up in 1957
  • 6.
    • Corpus Planning
      • involves creating new terms, modifying old terms, and selecting other forms of a language code; this kind of planning changes the body of a language.
    • Status Planning
      • involves choosing or restricting
      • languages used in various contexts
    • Language Acquisition Planning
      • involves the teaching and use of language and attempts to increase the number of people who speak that language.
  • 7. Language Policies
    • Implicit Policies
      • unofficial language policies.
    • Explicit Policies
      • official language policies.
    • Hegemony
      • the “ability of the dominant groups
      • (to make their language superior)
    • through coercion or by the manufacture
    • of consent” (p. 113).
  • 8.
  • 9.
      • When English is used globally,this is what happens . What do you say?
    And Consider this…