|Title||Sm'algyax Language Renewal: Prospects and Options|
|Description:||Sm'algyax Language Renewal: Prospects and Options; This paper describes the Sm'algyax language program being implemented in School District 52 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. It examines ways to support language renewal ranging from traditional forms of instruction and print-based materials to computer interaction and internet resources.
|Citation||Revitalizing Indigenous Languages, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 1999|
Rubin, Daniel S. (author)
|Coverage||Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada|
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