ERIC Number: ED419432
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Notes on Literacy, Vols. 21 and 22.
Notes on Literacy, v21-22 1995-1996
The eight issues of the journal on literacy and literacy education contain papers on: a research project on transitional education; passive literacy among the Cheyenne; constructing a syllabus using the Gudschinsky method (in French); trends in literacy education; "indiginizing" punctuation marks; literacy acquisition among Peruvian Amazon communities; an experiment in Mayan poetry; grassroots literacy curriculum development for elementary schools; management of a community literacy and development program; perceptions of language and literacy; tone orthography and pedagogy; the lasting impact of literacy; genre-based approach to literacy; transition literacy in sub-Saharan Africa; Summer Institute of Linguistics and Bilingual Education in Peru; impact of literacy on women and development in South Asia; women's education in developing countries; an adult literacy program in northwestern Zaire; visual-auditory-tactile-kinesthetic integration; culturally-embedded literacy among the Fulani; a literacy program management training initiative in eastern Africa; Bhola's total literacy system; sheltered instruction for language minority populations; linking literacy and development; perceptions of eastern Indonesian community leaders concerning vernacular reading needs for development; orthography testing in Botswana; reading long words; biliteracy in rural settings; literacy in Africa; reading skills and attitudes; literacy on the Cavasi reservation; and Natgqu orthography. (MSE)
Descriptors: Adult Education, American Indian Languages, American Indians, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Developing Nations, Elementary Education, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Fulani, Indigenous Populations, Indonesian, Language Attitudes, Language Minorities, Language Research, Language Variation, Linguistic Theory, Literacy Education, Second Language Instruction, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Womens Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Summer Inst. of Linguistics, Dallas, TX.
Note: For earlier volumes, see ED 413 792.