Sacred Languages of the World

  • Publication Year: 2019
  • ISBN: 9781773614625
  • Price: $160
  • Publisher: Society Publishing
  • Binding Type: Hardcover

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Sacred Languages of the World examines various dimensions of sacred language that are spoken in the world with the history of these languages and its origin. It includes the definition of sacred languages, impact of politics, and the relationship between sacred language and worship in different parts of the world. Provide the reader with the insights into the development of the millennial generation and the importance and virtues of sacred languages.

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Rowela Salazar Basa is a graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education with specialization in English and Master of Arts in Education in the same field at the University of the Assumption, Philippines. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate at the Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas under the program of Doctor of Philosophy major in English Language Studies. Her teaching career began at the Don Bosco Academy Pampanga as a Junior High School faculty. After three years of service, she continued teaching in the Public School. She is now in her fifth year as Senior High School Master Teacher II at the Information and Communication Technology High School.

An advocate of lifelong learning, the author is passionate in language education and in the total formation of her every student. She believes that every teacher is not only a consumer of information but more so, as creator of knowledge through research. Her research interest is focused on Sociolinguistics, World Englishes, and Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE).