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Linguistic Innovation and Continuity: Teaching in and of Warlpiri Language at Yuendumu School

Browne, Emma


In Yuendumu, a remote community in Central Australia, children grow up speaking a traditional Aboriginal language, Warlpiri, learn English as an additional language and are exposed to other local and global languages via family networks, travel, media, and technology. At Yuendumu School, which aims to offer a bilingual with biliteracy program, Warlpiri educators have articulated Warlpiri pirrjirdi 'strong Warlpiri language' as both a medium of instruction and a goal for learning. This is in...[Show more]

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Date published: 2022
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/6DRS-DV85


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