National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies
Culture, Individual Development and Identity, Global Connections, People + Places + Environments
language, culture, linguistics, linguistic diversity, language endangerment, language revitalization
- The science of linguistics
- The world's linguistic diversity
- Language as a window into culture and cognition
- Vulnerable and endangered languages
- Efforts to revitalize languages
National Curriculum Standards For Social Studies (NCSS)
The Recovering Languages teaching resources support students in meeting the following National Social Studies Standards:
- Human beings create, learn, share, and adapt to culture.
Individual Development and Identity
- Personal identity is shaped by an individual's culture, by groups, by institutional influences, and by lived experiences shared with people inside and outside the individual's own culture throughout her or his development.
- Global connections have intensified and accelerated the changes faced at the local, national and international levels.
People, Places, and Environments
- The study of people, places, and environments enables us to understand the relationship between human populations and the physical world.