Heritage languages

Donald Z. Osborn dzo at BISHARAT.NET
Sun Nov 7 00:44:10 UTC 2004

Phil, Glad you found the link useful.

BTW, there are a couple of open archived lists you and others might find
informative if you don't check them already (a few of the items you may
recognize as reposts from ILAT):
1. AfricanLanguages http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AfricanLanguages/
- Kenyan author Mwangi wa Mutahi started this in 1999, but over the last couple
of years I've been the one doing post of the posting.

2. A12n-forum http://lists.kabissa.org/lists/archives/public/a12n-forum/
- This is dedicated to African languages and ICT. Its sister list,
A12n-collaboration has had a much narrower focus on characters (orthography)
and keyboards. ("A12n" stands for "Africanization" in a tech & lang sense.)


Don Osborn

Quoting phil cash cash <pasxapu at DAKOTACOM.NET>:

> the article "Classroom Based Dialect Awareness in Heritage Language
> Instruction" is very, very interesting.  thanks Don,
> phil
> UofA, ILAT
> On Nov 6, 2004, at 10:22 AM, Donald Z. Osborn wrote:
> > Heritage Language Journal
> > http://www.international.ucla.edu/lrc/hlj/index.asp
> >

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