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Revitalizing Endangered Languages

Edited by Justyna Olko & Julia Sallabank

Revitalizing Endangered Languages "This guidebook provides ideas and strategies, as well as some background, to help with the effective revitalization of endangered languages. It covers a broad scope of themes including effective planning, benefits, wellbeing, economic aspects, attitudes and ideologies."


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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   28 / 1
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: English in the Canaries: past and present
by Isabel González Cruz
pp 20-28

Non-native attitudes towards teaching English as a lingua franca in Europe
by Chloe Groom
pp 50-57

English-only instruction at Korean universities: Help or hindrance to higher learning?
by Hyun-Sook Kang
pp 29-34

Bridging the Grammar Gap: teaching English grammar to the iPhone generation
by Bas Aarts, Dan Clayton, Sean Wallis
pp 3-8

When Spanish owns English words
by Isabel Balteiro
pp 9-14

Why no mips?
by Michael Bulley
pp 35-49

English, ‘so to say’
by Keith Davidson
pp 58-61

New departures, new worlds: World Englishes literature
by Emma Dawson Varughese
pp 15-19

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Phonology
Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Spanish
 
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