Resources on heritage
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- and East Asian languages
- and less-commonly taught languages
- Austronesian languages
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- multiple endangered
- Pacific Islands
- Southeast Asian
- Southeast Asian lgs
- Tagalog (Filipino)
- undocumented and underdocumented languages of Asia and the Pacific
- Vietnamese Indonesian Malay Khmer (Cambodian)
Fieldwork methods and ethical issues are only two of the many topics covered in Language Documentation & ...
‘O faia fa‘atumua o Samoa mai tala o le vavau
More so than most other Polynesian languages, the Samoan language is highly stratified. The common spoken form of ...
Tala fa`asamoa e faitau fa`atasi, Samoan stories to read together
These three charming stories — “Speak to Me in Samoan,” “The Girl Who Plays Golf,” ...
Online Cafés: Intercultural Learning Communities
This 25-minute video (view/download it online here) describes the Online Cafés project, in which language educators
Chinese as a heritage language: Fostering rooted world citizenry
Thirty-two scholars examine the socio-cultural, cognitive-linguistic, and educational-institutional trajectories ...
Case studies in foreign language placement: Practices and possibilities
Although most language programs make placement decisions on the basis of placement tests, there is surprisingly ...
Documenting and revitalizing Austronesian languages
The case studies in this volume lead to a discussion of changes in the field of linguistics and the alliances which
Pingelapese “e” vs. “ae”: Do you know the difference?
This simple and colorful Pingelapese word book grew out of the authors' participation in the UH's Language ...