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ydwine [Language vitality according to:]
languages:limburgish_in_the_netherlands [2020/10/21 14:05] (current)
ydwine [European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages]
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 | {{ :​endangerment:​green.png?​nolink |Vulnerable}} ​   | {{ :​endangerment:​purple.png?​nolink |2 out of 10 (10 means extinct)}} ​ |  x                                                                        | {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink |Threatened}} ​ | | {{ :​endangerment:​green.png?​nolink |Vulnerable}} ​   | {{ :​endangerment:​purple.png?​nolink |2 out of 10 (10 means extinct)}} ​ |  x                                                                        | {{ :​endangerment:​yellow.png?​nolink |Threatened}} ​ |
 ==== Linguistic aspects: ===== ==== Linguistic aspects: =====
-  * Classification:​ Indo-European → Germanic. For more information,​ see [[http://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​limb1263]] at [[http://​glottolog.org/​|Glottolog]]+  * Classification:​ Indo-European → Germanic. For more information,​ see //​limb1263//​ at [[http://​glottolog.org/​resource/​languoid/​id/​limb1263|Glottolog]]
   * Script: Latin   * Script: Latin
 ==== Language standardization ==== ==== Language standardization ====
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 ===== Legislation of language education ===== ===== Legislation of language education =====
-The listing ​of Limburgish under part II of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages facilitates its promotion across different layers of society such as education. ​Beside, there is a law, ‘De Wet op het Primair Onderwijs’, in which it is stated ​that Dutch is the medium of instruction, ​but, in places were the dialect or regional language is vivid, this language may be used as medium for instruction too ((Sjaak Kroon and Ton Vallen, ‘Dialect in Limburg’, Studie in Meertaligheid,​ 5 (2004), 11-32 (p. 32)).+ 
 +==== European legislation ==== 
 + 
 +=== European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages === 
 + 
 +The Netherlands [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​Signature ​of a treaty|signed]] and [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​Ratification ​of a treaty|ratified]] ​the [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​European Charter for Regional and Minority languages|European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages]], and listed Limburgish under [[general_information:​glossary_of_terms#​European Charter for Regional and Minority languages|part II]].  
 +This facilitates its promotion across different layers of society such as education. 
 + 
 +==== National legislation ====  
 + 
 +The law, ‘De Wet op het Primair Onderwijs’ ​states ​that Dutch is the medium of instruction, ​however, in places were the dialect or regional language is vivid, this language may be used as medium for instruction too ((Sjaak Kroon and Ton Vallen, ‘Dialect in Limburg’, Studie in Meertaligheid,​ 5 (2004), 11-32 (p. 32)).
  
 ===== Institutional support for education of the language: ===== ===== Institutional support for education of the language: =====
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