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languages:aragonese_in_spain [2020/03/10 08:06]
ydwine [Language standardization:]
languages:aragonese_in_spain [2021/05/06 01:10]
juanpabl [Language vitality according to:] add complete URL
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 ==== Language vitality according to: ==== ==== Language vitality according to: ====
-^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[https://​www.ethnologue.com/​language/​arg/​|Ethnologue]] ^ [[http://​www.endangeredlanguages.com/​lang/​949|Endangered Languages]] ^ +^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[https://​www.ethnologue.com/​language/​arg/​|Ethnologue]] ^ [[http://​www.endangeredlanguages.com/​lang/​949|Endangered Languages]] ^ [[https://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​arag1245| Glottolog]] ^ 
-| {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink |}} | {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink |}} | {{ :​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink |endangered}} |+| {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink | definitely endangered}} | {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink |in trouble}} | {{ :​endangerment:​red.png?​nolink |endangered}} |{{ :​endangerment:​orange.png?​nolink |shifting}} | 
  
  
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 Aragonese is covered under [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​Part III of the European Charter for Regional and Minority languages|Part III]] of the Charter. Aragonese is covered under [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​Part III of the European Charter for Regional and Minority languages|Part III]] of the Charter.
  
-Download the latest [[https://​search.coe.int/​cm/​Pages/​result_details.aspx?​ObjectId=09000016805c2b0b|Council of Europe report ​2016]] about Spain.+Download the latest [[https://​search.coe.int/​cm/​Pages/​result_details.aspx?​ObjectId=090000168096fa01|Council of Europe report ​2019]] about Spain.
  
 ==== National legislation ==== ==== National legislation ====
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 In the current curriculum for secondary education, established in 2007, it is possible to use Aragonese as a language of instruction for multiple courses, but this has not yet been done. The curriculum does not detail the content and pedagogical aspects of the Aragonese subject. These aspects were developed in a new ESO-level curriculum. ​ However, at the time of writing, this curriculum is not yet in use, as the new Aragonese government elected in May 2015 suspended the application of all the LOMCE curricula in compulsory and non-compulsory secondary education. In the current curriculum for secondary education, established in 2007, it is possible to use Aragonese as a language of instruction for multiple courses, but this has not yet been done. The curriculum does not detail the content and pedagogical aspects of the Aragonese subject. These aspects were developed in a new ESO-level curriculum. ​ However, at the time of writing, this curriculum is not yet in use, as the new Aragonese government elected in May 2015 suspended the application of all the LOMCE curricula in compulsory and non-compulsory secondary education.
  
-Aragonese is a voluntary subject in secondary education but has been insufficiently deployed. In recent years, Aragonese has been taught as a non-curricular subject outside school time in three high schools: IES Sobrarbe in Aínsa, IES Pirineos in Jaca and IES San Alberto Magno in Sabiñánigo. In the school year 2013/2014, for the first tim,a specialist teacher in secondary education was incorporated (including the baccalaureate),​ with students registered in Aragonese receiving two hours per week of language lessons. Previously, this class was taught by a primary school teacher. In the school year 2014/2015, Aragonese has been introduced for the first time in CRA Alto Ara, which includes the first two years of secondary education. ​+Aragonese is a voluntary subject in secondary education but has been insufficiently deployed. In recent years, Aragonese has been taught as a non-curricular subject outside school time in three high schools: IES Sobrarbe in Aínsa, IES Pirineos in Jaca and IES San Alberto Magno in Sabiñánigo. In the school year 2013/2014, for the first time, a specialist teacher in secondary education was incorporated (including the baccalaureate),​ with students registered in Aragonese receiving two hours per week of language lessons. Previously, this class was taught by a primary school teacher. In the school year 2014/2015, Aragonese has been introduced for the first time in CRA Alto Ara, which includes the first two years of secondary education. ​
  
 ==== Adult education ==== ==== Adult education ====
languages/aragonese_in_spain.txt · Last modified: 2021/12/01 13:06 by juanpabl

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