Reviving your language through education: BC first nations language education planning workbook. McIvor Technical Report First Nations Education Steering Committee and First Nations Schools Association, 2015.
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This workbook is a user-friendly resource for lanning First Nations language programs. It is meant for use by anyone who is interested - from community members, teachers, elders, parents, youth, school personnel, administrators, and community eadership. The hope is that First Nations advocates, educators and communities will be able to use this tool to further develop a clear vision for language education, fully understand their current language situation and resources, and exit with a comprehensive plan for achieving their vision. There are many excellent resources available, and a lot of research has been done in First Nations Language revitalization. This resource is meant to complement this work and will lead you to some of these resources already available. What is different about this guide is the focus on planning language education at any level in your community. Examples of this are early childhood language nests, including language as a subject in your school, creating an immersion class, or language classes for adults.
@techreport{mcivor_reviving_2015,
	title = {Reviving your language through education: {BC} first nations language education planning workbook.},
	url = {http://www.fnesc.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/PUBLICATION-61373-WEB-VERSION-FNESC-Language-Education-Planning-WB-V02-F-HI-No-Marks-2016.pdf},
	abstract = {This workbook is a user-friendly resource for lanning First Nations language programs. It is meant for use by anyone who is interested - from community members, teachers, elders, parents, youth, school personnel, administrators, and community eadership. The hope is that First Nations advocates, educators and communities will be able to use this tool to further develop a clear vision for language education, fully understand their current language situation and resources, and exit with a comprehensive plan for achieving their vision. There are many excellent resources available, and a lot of research has been done in First Nations Language revitalization. This resource is meant to complement this work and will lead you to some of these resources already available. What is different about this guide is the focus on planning language education at any level in your community. Examples of this are early childhood language nests, including language as a subject in your school, creating an immersion class, or language classes for adults.},
	urldate = {2016-07-18},
	institution = {First Nations Education Steering Committee and First Nations Schools Association},
	author = {{McIvor}},
	year = {2015},
	pages = {68},
}
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