Sociolinguistics and the cultural components of language teaching. Brenda M. Martinez Professor: Evelyn Lugo ENGG 604. Objectives:. At the end of the presentation the participants the will be able to:
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Sociolinguistics and the cultural components of language teaching
Brenda M. Martinez
Professor: Evelyn Lugo
At the end of the presentation the participants the will be able to:
Understand the concept of sociolinguistics and the effect of all aspects on society.
This presentation intend to inform about the influence that different cultures has on language. The interaction with other culture enrich the language with different variations. We need to understand the culture we teach in order to transmit the appropriate meaning according to the cultural relevance. Targeting a functional approach with a social connotation. Been open to the changes the language endure during the years. Encouraging the students to learn also about the culture of the language, rather than only the grammatical and structure of the language.
By acknowledging this facts we will be able to facilitate the process of language acquisition and the students will be able to asset a broad knowledge.
effect of all aspects on society, including
cultural norms, expectations, and
context, on the way language is used on
Example: Couch, sofa, futon, daybed ect….
I. Make up words= when you add a regular words to a popular suffixes to get a humorous word, or a word that best describe what you want to say – but is not validated, or doesn’t exist in the dictionary.
Make up word examples: