Constructive Utility of Language: An Evolutionary Linguistic Perspective at Higher Pedagogical Level

Constructive Utility of Language: An Evolutionary Linguistic Perspective at Higher Pedagogical Level

ABSTRACT

Language is a cognitive system. It is integral part of a man‟s mental or cognitive structure. As man is societal, his structured language is bound to have influence from the culture around him. If his acquired culture is multi-lingual, then his language shall certainly have different dialects or varieties. This is true in all historical contexts. A multi-lingual nation-state should essentially cater to and proportionately integrate its divergent cultural and lingual components in framing curriculum at all levels of pedagogy to make curriculum unbiased. If this insightful task is attained, and the consequent inside and outside classroom delivery of curricular aspects is ascertained, then the students under such teaching-learning-evaluation process in all probability shall grow cognitively harmonious. The process put-up through this research paper has following components derived through Post-Modernist Structuralism.

  • Language of Curriculum: Matter – Manner Coordination
  • Principles of Language Acquisition and Learning
  • Pertinent Structure and Morphology Across Languages
  • Syntactic Variations and Logical Forms of Language
  • Unbiased-Simple Language of Curriculum at Higher Level
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