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johanneke [Education in practice]
manual:example_page [2020/10/13 15:24]
ydwine [Linguistic aspects:]
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 ==== Language vitality according to: ==== ==== Language vitality according to: ====
-^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[https://www.ethnologue.com/​language/​fry/|Ethnologue]] ^ [[http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/​lang/10425|Endangered Languages]] ^ + 
-| //​Unesco'​s vitality score// | //EGIDS' language status//  ​//Languages ​Endangerment ​Index// |+^ [[http://​www.unesco.org/​languages-atlas/​|UNESCO]] ^ [[http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/|Endangered Languages]] ^ [[https://glottolog.org/| Glottolog]] ^ 
 +| //​Unesco'​s vitality score// | //Languages Endangerment Index//  //Agglomerated ​Endangerment ​Status (AES)//  |
 ==== Linguistic aspects: ===== ==== Linguistic aspects: =====
-  * Classification:​ //language family// → //language group//. For more information,​ see //​language ​resource at Glottolog// at [[http://​glottolog.org/​|Glottolog]]+  * Classification:​ //language family// → //language group//. For more information,​ see //​language//​ at [[http://​glottolog.org/​|Glottolog]]
   * Script: //script used to write the language//   * Script: //script used to write the language//
  
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   * Does the law state that teaching the language or using it as medium of instruction is compulsory?   * Does the law state that teaching the language or using it as medium of instruction is compulsory?
  
-===== Institutional support ​for education of the language: =====+Feel free to add points, or to structure your information using chapter headings, e.g.: 
 +==== European legislation on minority language education ​==== 
 +==== National legislation on minority language education ==== 
 +==== Local legislation on minority language education ==== 
 +==== Bodies controlling enforcement on education on the language ==== 
 + 
 +===== Support structure ​for education of the language: =====
  
 If information is available, please discuss whether: If information is available, please discuss whether:
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   * there is training available for language teachers,   * there is training available for language teachers,
-  * there are sufficient teachers and if they are competent,+  * there are sufficient teachers and they are competent,
   * there is a teacher'​s union, or an institution where teachers can get advice or additional training,   * there is a teacher'​s union, or an institution where teachers can get advice or additional training,
   * teacher training is subsidized by the regional or national government,   * teacher training is subsidized by the regional or national government,
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   * the quality of language education is inspected and stimulated.   * the quality of language education is inspected and stimulated.
  
-Feel free to add additional ​points, ​not included in the list above.+Feel free to add points, ​or to structure your information using chapter headings, e.g.
 + 
 +==== Language learning materials: ==== 
 ===== Education presence ===== ===== Education presence =====
-Describe how education of the language ​works out in practice:+To what extent is language ​education available ​in the area under scrutiny:
   * Is the language being taught in- or outside of school?   * Is the language being taught in- or outside of school?
   * If the language is taught during school hours, ​   * If the language is taught during school hours, ​
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   * Is the language used as medium of instruction in school?   * Is the language used as medium of instruction in school?
   * What school systems with respect to multilingualism are there (bilingual, trilingual)?​   * What school systems with respect to multilingualism are there (bilingual, trilingual)?​
 +  * Are there courses available for adults?
 +  * Is the language taught or studied at university level?
  
 Can you say anything about to what extent education of the language helps to preserve it: Can you say anything about to what extent education of the language helps to preserve it:
-  * Do students use the language outside ​of school?+  * Does learning ​the language ​at school stimulate the its use outside school, or perhaps quite the opposite?
   * Does the fact that the language is being taught in school add to its prestige, and the speakers'​ self esteem?   * Does the fact that the language is being taught in school add to its prestige, and the speakers'​ self esteem?
  
-Feel free to structure your information using chapter ​headings, e.g.:+Feel free to add points, and to structure your information using chapter ​heading, e.g.: 
 + 
 +==== preschool education==== 
 +==== primary education==== 
 +==== secundary education==== 
 +====vocational education ==== 
 +==== adult education ==== 
 + 
 +---- 
  
-==== Multilingual school systems: ​==== +===== Online learning ​resources =====
-===== Learning ​resources ​and educational institutions ​=====+
  
-Please ​mention, point-by-point,​ institutions that provide language education, teacher training, or that develop learning materials. You can also include broadcasting services or publishing houses.  +Please provide links to online learning resources.
-In addition you can provide links to online learning resources.+
  
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