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Some Basics of Indigenous Language Revitalization

Maintaining & Renewing Native Languages

Rationale & Needs for Keeping Languages Alive

Status of Indigenous Languages

Teaching Methods

Selected Resources

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Newspaper & Journal Articles & Related Materials

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Maori language revival plans failing Paul Moon 1/16/18

Can the Internet Revitalize Local Languages? Stanford Innovation Review 1/12/18

Carrying On His Great Grandfather's Work, A Kansas Professor Helps Keep Their Language Alive 10/13/2017

Bringing Native Languages Back From The Vanishing Point 10/12/2017

Anishinaabe language keeper continues to inspire 10/12/2017 Young Navajos Study to Save Their Language Voice of American, 10/10/15

International Expert Group Meeting on Indigenous Languages 1/16

Rising Voices Trailer Clips from film on Lakota language revitalization

Benefits of Indigenous Language Learning NILI University of Oregon 10/14

Teaching the Whole Child: Language Immersion and Student Achievement Teresa L. Mccarty, Indian Country Today, 9/1/14

Indigenous Educators Learn from Hawaiian Language Renewal 1/21/2014

Teaching the Lakota Language 12/1/2013

Protection of minority languages is a human rights obligation, UN expert says 3/12/2013

International Mother Language Day 2/21/2013

Hopi Teens Worry About Loss of Culture National Public Radio 12/29/2009

Endangered Languages, Endangered Thought UNESCO Courier, 2009, #2

Back from the (Nearly) Dead: Reviving Indigenous Languages Bruce E. Johansen, AIQ 2004

UN's Mother Language Day Focuses On Conserving World's Linguistic Heritage

Special Issue of Language Learning & Technology on Technology and Indigenous Languages May, 2002

Tribal immersion schools rescue language and culture Christian Science Monitor 6/11/02

Keeping Cultures & Communities Strong on Hopi 11/29/00 Article

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