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Workplace ESL at Levi Strauss: Dropouts speak out
(TESL Canada, 1993)
This paper investigates why over 50 workers who qualified for ESL training did not participate in the EWP programs offered on-site at two garment factories in Canada. Findings are drawn from a research project commissioned ...
Native Language for Every Subject: The Cree Language of Instruction Project
(Northern University of Arizona Press, 1999)
Community Based ESL: An Assessment of a federal Pilot Initiative
(TESL Canada, 1988)
This article provides an overview of an assessment that TESL Canada undertook of Employment and Immigration Canada's pilot programme, the Settlement Language Training Program (1986/7). Ten projects in the programme in ...
Personal Thoughts on Indigenous Language Stabilization
(Northern Arizona University Press;, 1997)
This paper presents personal reflections on factors in the preservation and stabilization of North America indigenous languages. All indigenous languages in North America are in danger of being lost. Linguistic and ...
Writing systems and orthographies
(Kluwer - Dordrecht, 1998)
Réflexions en marge du développement de l'écrit en langue autochtone
(Recherches amérindiennes au Québec; http://www.recherches-amerindiennes.qc.ca/revueaccueil.html, 1984)
Aboriginal Language Maintenance, Development, and Enhancement
(Northern Arizona University Press;, 1996)
This paper offers a general review of literature relating to the maintenance, development and enhancement of Aboriginal languages in North America, espercially Canada. Following current Canadian practice, the term 'Aboriginal ...
Cree Decision Making Concerning Language: A Case Study
(Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 2001)
In 1993, nine Cree communities on the east coast of James Bay (Quebec, Canada) and inland began work on a pilot project to use Cree as the language of instruction(CLIP) in two communities, and have continued to extend this ...
Adult literacy issues in Canada
(Cambridge University Press -Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press Http://journals.canbridge.org, 1992)