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The Aboriginal Language Standardisation (ALS) Project's task is to develop quality literacy materials in order to help preserve aboriginal languages of Canada. The Canadian Assembly of First Nations, a group of tribal leaders, recently called for the establishment of standards for written and oral languages by approving terminology, developing dictionaries, and approving standard orthographies. This report explains why this task of language preservation through standardization was undertaken, previous examples and precedents in this field, and why it is important that this task be undertaken. Thirty-eight of 45 pages are devoted to 11 appendices with the following titles: "Aboriginal Language Standardisation Co-Sponsorship Agreements"; "Aboriginal Language Standardisation Tasks";"Aboriginal Language Standardisation Project Task Timeline"; "The Algonkian Language Family"; "The Iroquoian Language Family"; "Aboriginal Languages and First Nations of Ontario"; "First Nations and Languages of Origin"; "Aboriginal Language Training Provided in Native LBS Agencies, 2000"; "Centres for the Study of Aboriginal Languages, 2000"; "Lists of Schools in Ontario Offering Aboriginal Languages as a Regular Subject, 1998"; "Ontario School Boards with Native Languages as a Second Language (Elementary and Secondary), 1998"; and "Aboriginal Languages Taught in Schools on First Nations Territories in Ontario, 2000." (KFT)

Descriptors: Bilingual Education Programs, Canada Natives, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Language Maintenance, Language Minorities, Language Standardization, Lexicography, Native Speakers, Oral Language, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Spelling, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Written Language

Autor: Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Toronto. Literacy and Basic Skills Section.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8189&id=ED444371

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