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DOCUMENTATION, REVITALIZATION, AND BENEFITS FOR YOUNG LEARNERS AND THEIR COMMUNITIES (NSF-SPONSORED WORKSHOP RESULTS)
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|Title:||DOCUMENTATION, REVITALIZATION, AND BENEFITS FOR YOUNG LEARNERS AND THEIR COMMUNITIES (NSF-SPONSORED WORKSHOP RESULTS)|
|Contributors:||Rouvier, Ruth (speaker)|
Knapp-Philo, Joanne (speaker)
Hirata-Edds, Tracy (speaker)
|Date Issued:||02 Mar 2017|
|Description:||Documentation provides critical linguistic resources for e orts to support endangered language (re)learning, but there is little research on exactly how documentation benefits these efforts. In addition, there is almost no research on the long-term linguistic and extra-linguistic benefits to child learners of endangered languages. With support from NSF’s Documenting Endangered Languages Program, a diverse group of researchers and practitioners from linguistics, public health, child development, psychology, and education is addressing the following questions: What documentary resources and reclamation practices lead to positive outcomes?
What research is needed to better understand the benefits and promising practices of language reclamation and documentation? In this workshop, we will share our preliminary findings and recommendations for future study, and discuss implementation of these recommendations with workshop participants.|
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5th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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