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Lecture 20 Language Idealogy and Policy

Lecture 20 Language Idealogy and Policy - Housekeeping...

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Housekeeping Please, don’t forget to fill out the CAPE form this quarter!!! More comments about the Research Project due next week.
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Research Project Individual feedback for your project outline is available today. Grade breakdown for research project: a) Submitting interview results - 3% b) Report outline – 2% c) Final report – 20% Outline: points were deducted if you didn’t follow the instructions (we expected that you (1) identified two correlations from the class data; and 2) noteworthy results from your own interviews).
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Grading The outline was designed more as a tool for us to give you feedback, but the final report will be graded according to its quality . We will take the following into consideration for your grade: 1.Essay structure, grammar, and style. Introduction, body, conclusion. You should write a formal and coherent report. 2.Identification and discussion of noteworthy results from your own interviewee data. 3.Identification and discussion of at least two correlations in the overall class. 4.Reflection on what you learned from working on this research project, how you think it relates to the course reading and lecture material, and so on.
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Some general comments* To have a correlation, you must have two variables. This is NOT a correlation: “everyone disapproves of public funding of minority language programs”. A correlation would be: “population X is more strongly in favor than population Y of public funding” or “population X shows more approval of private funding that public funding.” State your correlations clearly in general terms before going into more details. You do need to include some of the more interesting numbers (but you can put these in parentheses). For example: “Population Z generally shows stronger support for public funding of minority languages that population X (average scores 5.65 and 4.5, respectively).” DO include numerical data from the Excel spreadsheets.
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