By Rasmus Rask
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G. policy-planning goals normally need cultivation-planning support. g. the widespread introduction of a strong foreign language (like English) may potentially conflict in the school curriculum with goals related to local or regional language maintenance. Nor are goals normally implemented in isolation, but as part of a broader (even if covert or unstated) set of objectives. Thus, while it can be argued that LPP by can be implemented by progressively moving through the framework, in practice goals are often tackled independently.
One concerning the interaction of social actors and their environment’. While his suggestion that this discontinuity may be a blessing for minority languages whose activities may be too micro to be affected by macro policies, it also raises the question of whether the macro-micro continuum is conceptually valid. The issue of the macro and micro in an ecological context has also been seen increasingly through the lens of globalisation and the positions of power that are assumed by macro bodies such as law firms, industrial and services-based corporations and educational bodies where powerful languages, particularly English, have come to dominate.
Indb 21 Productive Goals 3. Language-in-Education Policy Development Planning Access Policy (about learning) Personnel Policy Curriculum Policy Methods & Materials Policy Resourcing Policy Community Policy Evaluation Policy • Graphisation • Grammatication • Lexication Auxiliary Code • Graphisation • Grammatication • Lexication Standardisation Corpus 2. Corpus Planning (about language) Puriﬁcation Reform Stylistic simpliﬁcation Terminological uniﬁcation Acquisition Planning Reacquisition Maintenance Foreign/Second Language Shift Internationalisation • • • • Corpus Elaboration Lexical Modernisation Stylistic Modernisation Renovation Spread • International • Intra-national Maintenance Interlingual Communication • Restoration • Revitalisation • Reversal Status Planning Revival Goals Goals Status Standardisation Officialisation Nationalisation Proscription 2.
A grammar of the Danish language for the Englishmen by Rasmus Rask