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Language planning and language shift
Lanuage
Language is an asset and
primary instrument of
human communication. It
gives a sense of identity to
an individual ...
Language policy
Frame Work for the Language Policy
there was no
agreed frame
work for the
language policy .
Baldauf (2005)
drew a framewor...
Baldauf Frame Work for
Language Policy (2005)
Status
Planning
Corpus
Planning
Language-
in-
Education
Planning
Prestige
Pl...
Why language policy
Language authorities(language societies or language council)
Govt agencies
Political agencies
Popular societiesInfluenced ...
The purpose of Authorities is to
Responsibilities of language authorities
Status planning
The political position a language
will be assigned to.
It includes the allocation of a
language or the var...
valid components of Status planning
available resources for status planning
The social and political
position assigned to
language
available resources that
in...
What is language shift
How and why does language shift occur?
Colonization
Involuntary
Change in community
value and attitude
towards a language
...
When the
Government
forcefully abandon
all those activities
which is the main
source of language
maintenance.
Maoris in Ne...
When the
authorities abuse
local (sub-state)
languages and
identities every
where, which
push many
languages to the
virtua...
The special language-shift role of education
The Pro-English “Conspiracy”
Planned vs unplanned shift
Conclusion
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Language planning and language shift

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Language planning and language shift

  1. 1. Language planning and language shift
  2. 2. Lanuage Language is an asset and primary instrument of human communication. It gives a sense of identity to an individual as well as a social group. However, language can also become a problem and a barrier to communication, which necessitates language policy and planning.
  3. 3. Language policy
  4. 4. Frame Work for the Language Policy there was no agreed frame work for the language policy . Baldauf (2005) drew a framework of four activity types.
  5. 5. Baldauf Frame Work for Language Policy (2005) Status Planning Corpus Planning Language- in- Education Planning Prestige Planning
  6. 6. Why language policy
  7. 7. Language authorities(language societies or language council) Govt agencies Political agencies Popular societiesInfluenced body Education body(academies)
  8. 8. The purpose of Authorities is to
  9. 9. Responsibilities of language authorities
  10. 10. Status planning The political position a language will be assigned to. It includes the allocation of a language or the varieties of languages to given functions ,such as medium of instruction, official language ,a vehicle of mass communication, language of international communication , etc.
  11. 11. valid components of Status planning
  12. 12. available resources for status planning The social and political position assigned to language available resources that include: Œ.human resources Œ. cultural resources Œ.documentation resources
  13. 13. What is language shift
  14. 14. How and why does language shift occur? Colonization Involuntary Change in community value and attitude towards a language Dialect differences No other language homeland Language shift is usually planned and may be unplanned sometime.
  15. 15. When the Government forcefully abandon all those activities which is the main source of language maintenance. Maoris in New Zealand.
  16. 16. When the authorities abuse local (sub-state) languages and identities every where, which push many languages to the virtual extinction. Ex…Arabization of North Africa (replacing frence by Arabic language).
  17. 17. The special language-shift role of education
  18. 18. The Pro-English “Conspiracy”
  19. 19. Planned vs unplanned shift
  20. 20. Conclusion

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