[lg policy] A Malian blogger dies ; Terms in cross-language QDA ; Girls' ed & L1 ed

Don Osborn dzo at bisharat.net
Sat Oct 21 00:10:10 EDT 2017


And three more recent blog posts on Beyond Niamey that may be of interest to
some on this list:

 

1) Boukary Konaté, Malian blogger (a prominent voice on the web about Malian
culture and language fell has left us too soon) 19 September 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/09/boukary-konate-malian-blogger.html 

 

2) A terminological issue in cross-language qualitative methods (in
qualitative research, there are 2 ways to get from spoken source language to
written target language, the difference is significant, but we lack precise
terms for them) 28 September 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/09/a-terminological-issue-in-cross.html

 

3) One's campaign for girls' education & mother tongue-based teaching
(getting more girls in school and expanding mother tongue instruction could
be promoted in tandem) 11 October 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/10/ones-campaign-for-girls-education.html

 

Don Osborn

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