Due Wednesday 03/20/13

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250 words. Chicago style citing.

 

What point is Penetito trying to make?

How does he support his argument?

What are the strengths or weaknesses of his argument?

What are the implications of the argument?

What are the ramifications if languages are lost?

Is Penetito’s proposition valid for all endangered languages? Why, or why not?

 

 

Readings

 

(Before you answer, take a look at the UNESCO Endangered Languages site: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/endangered-languages/)

 

Jandt, Fred E. (editor) Intercultural Communication: A Global Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2004

 

“Research and Context for a Theory of Maori Schooling,” Penetito, Jandt pages 173-188

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