Vernacular Languages in South Pacific Education: Report on a Workshop Held at the Pacific Languages Unit of the University of the South Pacific, Port Vila, Vanuatu on October 24-28, 1988
National Languages Institute of Australia, 1990 - Education, Bilingual - 64 pages
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An overview of the workshop Joseph Lo Bianco
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acquisition activities areas Australia bilingual class bilingual education bilingual methodology bilingual mode bilingual programmes Bislama conference Department of Education dialects discussion education system English language established groups Horoi implementation important input involved Kiribati Kiribati Language Kohanga Reo movement Koories language and culture language issues language of instruction language planning language policy learning linguistic literacy Maori and English Maori language Maori speaking Maoridom medium of instruction Melanesian Pijin Ministry of Education national language non-Koories North Solomons Province Officer OMERP Oro Province Pacific Languages Unit Papua New Guinea Plenary Session PORT VILA VANUATU primary schools problems produce promoting pupils resource Samoan schooling system second language secondary schools skills social society Solomon Islands status story target language teacher training Term Priorities Tok Pisin Tokelau Tongan language Tongan Studies Programme Tuvalu Tuvaluan language UNESCO vernacular education vernacular languages vernacular programme Vincent Manukayasi Western Samoa workshop Zealand