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Examples
Content
Definition
Experience in classes
Language
Advantages and disadvantages
Examples
Experience in classes
As a teacher you could let the students write down ''welcome'' in their foreign language and in English underneath.
Advantages Disadvantages
Linguistic Landscape
Definition
The language of public road signs, advertising billboards, street names, commercial shop signs, and public signs on government buildings combines to form the LL of a given territory, region, or urban agglomeration.
Language
Public language is ''authentic, contextualized input which is part of the social context''.
Backhaus, P. (2007).
Linguistic Landscapes
. A Comparative Study of Urban Multilingualism in Tokyo. Clevedon–Buffalo–Toronto: Multilingual
Matters Ltd. Pp. x, 158.
Learning more languages at the same time
Being visible may be as important for minority languages as being heard
The shift to the dominant language and possibly the death of some languages
Tessa
Pleun
Inge
Rowan
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