The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis in its strongest form is not supported, but the fact remains that our first language or languages exert a powerful influence on how we think about the world and how we communicate with others about our thoughts. Considering what you have learned about language acquisition and about communication in at least one other area of communication studies (e.g., performance, communication and technology, interpersonal, group communication, organizational communication, rhetoric), write an essay in response to the following question:
How does the acquisition of a first language or languages facilitate or limit our perception of and communication with others?
Essays should be 600-1200 words, typed, double-spaced, 12 pt Times New Roman or Cambria. Essays are due by 7 pm, Monday, April 13, 2015. If you cite Fromkin, et al., please cite with the page number only. All other courses must be cited in APA and a references list must be included. Reference lists are not included in the word count.
Please make it in APA and the relevant content is in chapter 7