ANALYSIS OF LOCAL LANGUAGE KINSHIP AND ITS BENEFITS TO CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
This study aims to describe kinship level, separation period of two local languages of Suwawa language and Bulango language, and their benefits to the curriculum design for non-native students. Developed on the Swadesh word list, comprising 200 vocabularies, there were 198 words provided as the reliable data. Out of the 198 words, this paper obtained 138 relative words (69.70%). The findings suggested that the two languages are classified as “languages of a family”. Based on the separation period, the two languages were a single language in 0.72 to 0.92 years ago. These imply that numerous potential vocabularies could provide a basis for curriculum design for non-native students.
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Asna Ntelu, Dakia. N. Djou, Ellyana Hinta. (2020). ANALYSIS OF LOCAL LANGUAGE KINSHIP AND ITS BENEFITS TO CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 332 - 350. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/3461