Project #3

project #3 Standards: English

Analyze plot structure and development, including how conflicts are resolved (e.g., how particular lines of dialogue and events propel the action or reveal character)

Analyze the development of the central idea over the course of an informational text and how details support or clarify it.

Topic: Latin America

Essential Question: What other native languages are there in Latin American countries other than Spanish, and how do they conserve their native language?

sources:

http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/american_languages.htm

  • Helps me analyze what type of different languages are there in Latin America.
  • Helps me analyze the central main idea of the website because it actually shows me good accurate information about other languages in Latin America.

*Analyze the development of the central idea over the course of an informational text and how details support or clarify it.

http://dept.sfcollege.edu/hfl/hum2461/lecturenotes/latinamlangs.htm

  • Gives me a long list and a variety of different languages in latin America.
  • Responds to my essential question.

Analyze plot structure and development, including how conflicts are resolved (e.g., how particular lines of dialogue and events propel the action or reveal character)

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140410-mexico-languages-speaking-cultures-world-zapotec/

  • Answers my question, as in how many languages in Mexico that are indigenous can be conserved and how

https://www.yachana.org/research/oxford_langs.html

  • Shows me reliable information about how many native Latin American language are there.
  • Shows Information on how people conserve their languages.
  • Shows how there can be so many changes over time, and my reading standards help me view all this in a better way.

 

Product: My product is a table, and it has list of friends that I personally know who know someone or have some family member that speaks a native indigenous language from Latin America. It shows the name of that person, the relation to that person, the language that that person speaks and also the reason of how they conserve the language.

Personal Reflection: Honestly, this project #3 brought me so many pride in my roots, because it made me realize how many people out there from my ethnic background don’t just speak Spanish. I realized that there is many people like this, and I couldn’t realize that even my own family has some related language that they speak. I thought that many of these languages were just purely extinct, but now I see that they aren’t, this still keeps going, it’s not that many people, but it’s still a large community of people who speak in these languages.

Notes of feedback: Everyone I talked to actually told me this was pretty, good but they told that they respected this since I did it based on Latin American culture, but they said that I could have done on this to the international level.

 

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