A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Gap Fill- Answers
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This Declaration considers that persons who move to and settle in the territory of
another language community have the right and the duty to maintain an attitude of
integration towards this community. This term is understood to mean an additional
socialization of such persons in such a way that they may preserve their original cultural
characteristics while sharing with the society in which they have settled sufficient
references, values and forms of behaviour to enable them to function socially without
greater difficulties than those experienced by members of the host community..
Taken From: The Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights
I have just been reading the Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights a document
backed by UNESCO, many NGOs and numerous universities, etc. An interesting
document, looking at the problems thrown up by the move towards a globalised world,
with greater movements of people, it tries to establish objective principles towards the
recognition and status of languages within a territory.