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languages:saterfrisian_in_germany [2021/05/19 16:54]
ydwine [History of language education:]
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ydwine [Legislation on Local Level]
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 === Lower Saxony School Act === === Lower Saxony School Act ===
  
-In 1998, Lower Saxony adopted the //Lower Saxony School Act// (Niedersächsisches Schulgesetz ​) There, it is stated that pupils should be able to develop their possibilities to understand, perceive and express, including the relevant regional form of Low German or Frisian.((Niedersächsisches Schulgesetz,​ NSchG (1998). [[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=SchulG+ND&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true&​aiz=true#​jlr-SchulGNDpP2]].)) ​+In 1998, Lower Saxony adopted the //Niedersächsisches Schulgesetz//​ (Eng: Lower Saxony School Act) There, it is stated that pupils should be able to develop their possibilities to understand, perceive and express, including the relevant regional form of Low German or Frisian.((Niedersächsisches Schulgesetz,​ NSchG (1998). [[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=SchulG+ND&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true&​aiz=true#​jlr-SchulGNDpP2]].)) ​
  
 === The Region and its Languages in Education === === The Region and its Languages in Education ===
  
-In 2011, Lower Saxony adopted the //The Region and its Languages in Education// (Die  Region ​ und  ihre  Sprachen ​ im Unterricht). This decree states that schools take into account regional references and promote regional awareness. It promotes the inclusion and education of both Low German and Sater Frisian, and provides that a primary school can teach regional or minority languages ​​in selected subjects from the compulsory lesson plan.((Die ​ Region ​ und  ihre  Sprachen ​ im Unterricht, Erl. d. MK v.2011 – 21-82101/​3-2 (2011).))+In 2011, Lower Saxony adopted the //Die  Region ​ und  ihre  Sprachen ​ im Unterricht// (Eng: The Region and its Languages in Education). This decree states that schools take into account regional references and promote regional awareness. It promotes the inclusion and education of both Low German and Sater Frisian, and provides that a primary school can teach regional or minority languages ​​in selected subjects from the compulsory lesson plan.((Die ​ Region ​ und  ihre  Sprachen ​ im Unterricht, Erl. d. MK v.2011 – 21-82101/​3-2 (2011).))
  
 ===The Region and the Languages Low German and Sater Frisian in Education=== ===The Region and the Languages Low German and Sater Frisian in Education===
  
-In 2019, Lower Saxony adopted the //​[[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=VVND-224100-MK-20190601-SF&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true|The Region and the Languages Low German and Sater Frisian in Education]]// (Die Region und die Sprachen Niederdeutsch und Saterfriesisch im Unterricht). Based upon the previous 2011 act, this act provides the opportunity for primar schools to teach Sater Frisian in selected subjects on the compulsory curriculum, with the exception of German and the foreign language. The lessons are offered in two languages or by immersion. This learning path can be continued in secondary school, where the acts also provides the opportunity to use Sater Frisian in elective courses, compulsory elective courses or in compulsory elective subjects (with the exception of foreign languages). ​+In 2019, Lower Saxony adopted the //​[[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=VVND-224100-MK-20190601-SF&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true|Die Region und die Sprachen Niederdeutsch und Saterfriesisch im Unterricht]]//​ (Eng: The Region and the Languages Low German and Sater Frisian in Education). Based upon the previous 2011 act, this act provides the opportunity for primar schools to teach Sater Frisian in selected subjects on the compulsory curriculum, with the exception of German and the foreign language. The lessons are offered in two languages or by immersion. This learning path can be continued in secondary school, where the acts also provides the opportunity to use Sater Frisian in elective courses, compulsory elective courses or in compulsory elective subjects (with the exception of foreign languages). ​
  
 For students to enroll classes in Sater Frisian, permission is needed from their legal guardian. The Lower Saxony State School Authority supports the schools with advice.((Die Region und die Sprachen Niederdeutsch und Saterfriesisch im Unterricht, SVBl. 2019 Nr. 6, S. 288 (2019). [[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=VVND-224100-MK-20190601-SF&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true]].)) For students to enroll classes in Sater Frisian, permission is needed from their legal guardian. The Lower Saxony State School Authority supports the schools with advice.((Die Region und die Sprachen Niederdeutsch und Saterfriesisch im Unterricht, SVBl. 2019 Nr. 6, S. 288 (2019). [[http://​www.nds-voris.de/​jportal/?​quelle=jlink&​query=VVND-224100-MK-20190601-SF&​psml=bsvorisprod.psml&​max=true]].))
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