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LINGUIST List 18.3604

Mon Dec 03 2007

Qs: Proficiency Testing Indigenous Languages - Writing

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        1.    Katarina Edmonds`, Proficiency Testing Indigenous Languages - Writing


Message 1: Proficiency Testing Indigenous Languages - Writing
Date: 27-Nov-2007
From: Katarina Edmonds` <kedmondshawaii.rr.com>
Subject: Proficiency Testing Indigenous Languages - Writing
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I have been involved in test development for the Maori language of New
Zealand. I am currently working on my Ph.D. and am looking for proficiency
tests for testing indigenous languages. The tests are for primary school
children, specifically 8-13 year olds in listening, speaking and writing.
My PhD is focused on writing.

Kia ora

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics



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