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Center for Excellence in Education, Northern Arizona University, AZ, 1996

Stabilizing Indigenous Languages

Gina Cantoni, Editor A Center for Excellence in Education Monograph Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff

Stabilizing Indigenous Languages is a special issue of Northern Arizona University's Center for Excellence in Education Monograph Series, Perspectives.

Copyright © 1996 by Northern Arizona University. Reprinting and copying on a non-profit basis is hereby allowed with proper identification of the source, except for James Crawford's paper, which has special requirements indicated in the footnote on its title page.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Gina Cantoni Preface Richard E. Littlebear I. Needs and Rationale Jon Reyhner, Facilitator November Roundtable: Needs and Rationale Group Abstract Rationale and Needs for Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Jon Reyhner Status of Native American Language Endangerment Michael Krauss Aboriginal Language Maintenance, Development, and Enhancement Barbara Burnaby II: Language Policy William Demmert and Robert Arnold, Facilitators November Roundtable:Native American Language Policy Group Abstract Native American Language Policy Group Summary OBEMLA's Commitment to Endangered Languages Dang T. Pham Seven Hypotheses on Language Loss: Causes and Cures James Crawford Policy Documents: Native American Languages Act of 1990 National Goals: Indian Nations at Risk Task Force III: Families and Communities Joshua Fishman, Benjamin Barney, and Dan McLaughlin, Facilitators

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November Roundtable: Families and Communities Group Abstract Families and Community Group Summary What Do You Lose When You Lose Your Language? Joshua Fishman What My Hualapai Language Means To Me Damon Clarke Language Activists Panel Summary Jon Reyhner Written Statement Rosemary Ackley Christensen Media, Writers, Arts Session Summary Laura Wallace Written Statement Ofelia Zepeda IV: Education John Oller and Richard Littlebear, Facilitators November Roundtable:Education Group Abstract Education Group Summary Early Childhood Session Summary Gary D. McLean Schools - Language Acquisition Session Summary Gary D. McLean Schools - Developmental Session Summary Ferlin Clark Colleges and Universities Session Summary Native American Student Panel Summary Jon Reyhner and Deborah House Adult Education Session Summary Deborah House and Jon Reyhner Additional Papers American Samoa Language Arts and Culture Bernadette Manase, Elisapeta Luaao, and Mataio Fiamalua Beauford-Delta Divisional Board of Education Pauline Gordon Hawaiian Language Programs Kauanoe Kamana and William H. Wilson Lower Kuskokwim Bilingual Programs Beverly Williams, Kathy Gross, and Duane Magoon Navajo Immersion Program Lettie Nave Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Emmett S. White, Kelly Washington, and Beverly Smith Stories for Language Revitalization in Náhuatl and Chichimeca Norbert Francis and Rafael Nieto Andrade The Tarahumara of Mexico: An Overview Carla Paciotto Tuba City Gary D. McLean and Jon Reyhner Conclusion Maintaining Languages: What Works and What Doesn't Joshua Fishman Appendices November 1994 Program May 1995 Program

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Monograph Series Editorial Board Stephen D. Lapan and Sam Minner, General Editors Keith Carreiro Tom Fetsco Dan Kain Ramona Mellott Susan Miller Peggy Raines

Editorial Board For This Special Issue James Crawford Dick Heiser Deborah House Richard Littlebear Gary McLean Jon Reyhner

The contents of this monograph were developed under a grant from the Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.

Ordering Information This 256 page monograph is available for $10.00 plus $3.00 shipping (within the U.S.) Write Jon Reyhner, Bilingual / Multicultural Education Program Coordinator, Center for Excellence in Education, P. O. Box 5774, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5774. Make checks out to Northern Arizona University. No purchase orders please. Quantity discounts on shipping are available: Phone 520 523 0580, Fax: 520 523 1929, or e-mail [email protected]

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