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Participant-centered orthography workshops: two models
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|Title:||Participant-centered orthography workshops: two models|
|Contributors:||Cahill, Michael (speaker)|
|Date Issued:||03 Mar 2019|
|Description:||We contrast two models of participant-centered workshops for orthography development. In the “Alphabet Design Workshop”/“Midwife” model, speakers write a spontaneous text and collaboratively examine it for problematic issues. In the “Participatory Method” model, native speakers collect 1000 words and sort into piles which contrast in whatever feature is being examined. (session 2.2.3)|
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6th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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