The Resource Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education

Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education

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Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education
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Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education
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eng
Summary
Aboriginal languages threatened by speakers poor economic and social conditions; some may survive through support for community development, language maintenance, bilingual education and training of Aboriginal teachers and linguists, and nonAboriginal teachers of Aboriginal and Islander students
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Shopen, Timothy
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  • Reid, Nicholas J
  • Wilkins, David
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Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education
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A discussion paper written as input to a report to the federal government for a national language policy; Bibliography; p. 16-17; Typescript
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M0066198
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17 p.
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Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0000623
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Ensuring the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages into the 21st century / compiled by Tim Shopen, Nicholas Reid and David Wilkins for the Friends of Bilingual Education
Publication
Note
A discussion paper written as input to a report to the federal government for a national language policy; Bibliography; p. 16-17; Typescript
Control code
M0066198
Extent
17 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0000623

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