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ERIC Number: ED069166
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 116
Abstractor: N/A
Language in American Indian Education: A Newsletter of the Office of Education Programs, Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of the Interior.
Slager, William R., Ed.; Madsen, Betty M., Ed.
This issue of the 1971-72 series of "Language in American Indian Education" contains articles on bilingual education and the testing of language skills. The first, "The Language of the Sioux," is a bibliographic essay dealing with the studies that have been made to date of the Sioux language and its dialects. A Title 7 bilingual education project at Loneman Day School in Oglala, South Dakota, and a Title 1 bilingual education program in the Bethel Agency, Juneau Area, Alaska, are reported. Other articles examine means teachers use to evaluate their students' progress in English. They include: (1) "Testing Language Skills," (2) "Common Errors in Constructing Multiple Choice Items," and (3) "The Language of Tests for Young Children." A section on Indian languages contains a story in Papago and a sample of the Cree materials presently being developed by the Title 7 bilingual project on the Rocky Boy reservation in Montana. An information exchange section concerning Indian education is also included. (RL)
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Authoring Institution: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Dept. of Interior), Albuquerque, NM.; Utah Univ., Salt Lake City.