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Cree Decision Making Concerning Language: A Case Study
(Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 2001)
In 1993, nine Cree communities on the east coast of James Bay (Quebec, Canada) and inland began work on a pilot project to use Cree as the language of instruction(CLIP) in two communities, and have continued to extend this ...
The social and historical context of minority French language school in Ontario
(Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 1986)
This paper discusses the development of the minority French-speaking population in Ontario from its 17th century origin to the present day, focusing on the changing circumstances affecting minority French-language education. ...
Innu Oral Traditions Meet Schooling: New data on Outcomes
In light of a major study on educational outcomes, this paper explores how Aboriginal language dominance and virtually exclusive use of oral communications in one Aboriginal group has been affected by its interaction with ...
Community Based ESL: An Assessment of a federal Pilot Initiative
(TESL Canada, 1988)
This article provides an overview of an assessment that TESL Canada undertook of Employment and Immigration Canada's pilot programme, the Settlement Language Training Program (1986/7). Ten projects in the programme in ...
Maintenance of French in Ontario: Is education in French enough?
(Springer Netherlands, 1979)
This paper demonstrates that French language maintenance in Ontario does not depend only on French language schooling. Other contributing factors include francophone concentration and institutional support for French in ...
Programmes dans les écoles de langues française pour les élèves de compétence inégales en français
(The Ontario Ministry of Education, 1986)