Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.The following are your required readings for this module: I have attached for your usageWill we stop speaking and just text? (BBC)PART 1. DISCUSSIONAfter reviewing this module week’s readings and resources, discuss one example from your own personal experience which shows the relationship between language and culture. This experience can be direct–from travel, watching films, conversations, etc. Or it can be indirect–something you’ve been told about by a friend, family member, or a coworker.Your example does not have to be about a foreign language. It does, however, need to show the connection between language, culture, and identity. Your experience might include examples of words used in some part of the country where you live, but not in others. It might be an example of emojis you use when you text some audiences that might not be understood by other audiences. Bring in at least one concept from our Module 4 Readings and Resources by explaining that concept in your own words and relating that concept to your example.PART 2.Assignment – Country Presentation: Descriptive Annotated Bibliography and OutlineThis assignment consists of two parts and you are required to prepare and submit two (2) separate documents as part of this activity. You will prepare and submit an annotated bibliography of three sources from the research you will gather for your country presentation. You will also prepare and submit a draft of your country presentation outline. First, refer to any instructor provided feedback from your Module 3 Country Presentation Selection to ensure that your country has been approved. Should you need to select another country to avoid duplication, be sure to do so by the second day of this module week!Next, search the Hunt Library databases (Links to an external site.) and locate three (3) sources on your country. These sources will come from books, book chapters, peer-reviewed scholarly journals, reports, and other scholarly sources. Wikipedia and other similar sources without named authors are prohibited. Create a Descriptive Annotated Bibliography in current APA format listing each of your three sources.To learn more about how to create a Descriptive Annotated Bibliography, please navigate to the Annotated Bibliography page (Links to an external site.) found in the Hunt Library. (Links to an external site.)Finally, use this Country Presentation Outline Template (DOCX) Download Country Presentation Outline Template (DOCX)to create your initial draft. Important Note: Instructors will provide feedback on your draft outline. Use the instructor provided feedback to prepare the final draft of your presentation which is due in Module 5.BELOW IS MY DISCUSSION FROM MODULE 3 OR YOUR REFERENCE. IT SERVES AS WORKSHEET FOR WHAT I INTEND TO DO ON THIS ASSIGNMENT.I KNOW YOU WILL HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE.DISCUSSIO MODULE 3Hello class,I decided to go with Ghana for this research:I am selecting this country because of so many awesome cultural experiences I have heard about them. I have also heard that they have the best Jollof rice. I have never been there because, interestingly, among those, my country of birth is on the same continent. Currently, my next destination of assignment is Sweden, but most of my African friends over there in Sweden are already recommending some Ghana restaurants and to try when I arrive. Ghana has an interesting culture, and a high safety standard in the region. It was also said that Ghana is the gateway for most slavery that left Africa, but today, most Africans, love to visit Ghana for its beauty and charming culturesI find some awesome facts about Ghana, that intrigues my excitementSecond Largest Cocoa Producer.
The Seat Of The Ashanti Empire.
Incredible Ethnic Diversity.
Ghana Is One Of Africa’s Most Peaceful Nations.
West Africa’s Largest Open-Air Market.
The World’s Largest Artificial Reservoir.
Exotic Waterfalls.
Rich In Gold And Diamonds.
– I will be drawing the well of my research from my Ghanian friends and battle buddy- Also, the internet has a rich source of information on Ghana- Finally, there are reputable publishers, speakers, and interesting YouTubers that have said a great lot of exciting facts about GhanaReference:Erik, C. K. (2019). Cape Coast (Cabo Corso). The fishing port is the capital of Ghana’s Central Region. https://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/ghana.htm#google_vignette