Language and Culture

María  Fuentes
Mind Map by María Fuentes, updated more than 1 year ago
María  Fuentes
Created by María Fuentes over 6 years ago
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With this mind map I pretend to show the relation between language and culture and why should they be related when learning a language.

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Language and Culture
  1. Continents
    1. Contries
      1. Culture
        1. CULTURE IS A VERB. Street (1993b: 25, emphasis in the original)
          1. Value Systems and Habits
            1. Organizations
              1. Family
                1. Religion
                  1. Social Levels
                    1. Among others
                    2. Conflict
                      1. Interpersonal
                        1. Intrapersonal
                        2. Ecology and technology
                          1. Individuals
                            1. Intra-personal variation
                            2. Cross-cultural knowledge
                          2. Langauge
                            1. When learning a Language
                              1. The goal of learning is to decentre learners from their own culture-based assumptions and to develop an intercultural identity as a result of an engagement with an additional culture. Here the borders between self and other are explored, problematised and redrawn.
                            2. Society
                              1. Culture
                                1. Every society orchestrates the ways in which children participate in particular situations, and this, in turn, affects the form, the function and the content of children’s utterances; caregivers’ primary concern is not with grammatical input, but with the 5. transmission of sociocultural knowledge; 6. the native learner, in addition to language, acquires also the 7. paralinguistic patterns and the kinesics of his or her culture.
                                  1. Creates Utterances. Local specific linguistic resources
                                    1. Single voiced Uterances
                                      1. Expressions which are too strong to be changed
                                      2. Double voiced Utterances.
                                        1. Passive
                                          1. Speakes uses the word's conventional meaning
                                          2. Active
                                            1. Speaker gives meaning
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