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Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization and Multilingual Education in Ethnolinguistic Communities

1-3 July 2008
Twin Towers Hotel, Bangkok Thailand

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PROGRAMME

tuesday, 1 july 2008

Emcee: Susan Malone, SIL International

07.30-08.30 Registration

08.30-08.45 Opening ceremony

Welcome speech

Professor Napatawn Banchuin

Vice Pesident of Mahidol University

Report

Dato’ Dr. Ahamad bin Sipon,

Director of SEAMEO Secretariat

Opening Remarks

Dr. Chinapat Bhumirat,

Deputy Permanent Secretary, Minister of Education, Thailand

08.45-09.15 Keynote “Languages in and for education: The importance of language development and use”

Dr. Sheldon Shaeffer, Director of UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education

09.15-10.30 Plenary Panel “Preserving intangible cultural heritage”

Ik Pahon Joyik, Bidayuh Language Community, Sarawak Malaysia

Liezeil Zabanal, Agutaynen Language Community, Philippines

Richard Littlebear, Northern Cheyenne Language Community, USA

Muhammad Shafiq Khalil, Punjabi Language Community, Pakistan

10.30-11.00 Tea Break

11.00-12.00 Session I1

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Tariq Rahman

11.00-11.30 Ricardo Ma. Nolasco (Philippines). The prospects of multilingual education and literacy in the Philippines

11.30-12.00 Anna Smeby (General). Local languages and national policies in early childhood education in Asia

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Dorji Thinley

11.00-11.30 Lynne Harata Te Aika (Aotearoa New Zealand). Sustaining language and culture through indigenous perspectives on environmental education and working in partnership with Māori tribal communities in teacher education

11.30-12.00 Savi Munjal (India). Afghanistan’s endless war: A post 9/11 perspective

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Katy Anis

11.00-11.30 Doerthe Schilken (China). The impact of language switch in early schooling on the cognitive development of children aged 5-7

11.30-12.00 Te Hurinui Clark (Aotearoa New Zealand). Issues of retention in mainstream secondary school Māori language programmes: A pilot research project

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Noro Andriamiseza

11.00-11.30 Pamela Mackenzie (India). Mother tongue-based multilingual education among tribal minorities in India

11.30-12.00 Joseph Khakha (Bangladesh). Training mother tongue teachers: Strategies and challenges in Bangladesh

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Sue Hasselbring

11.00-11.30 David Bradley (China). Language policy for China’s minorities: Orthography development for the Yi

11.30-12.00 Isara Choosri (Thailand). The use of Northern Khmer in community radio programs in Thailand

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.00 Session II

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Jenny Jones

13.00-13.30 Cidalio Leite (Timor-Leste). Commitment to helping children learn in Timor-Leste

13.30-14.00 Noriah Mohamed & Nor Hashimah Hashim. “Language policy, language planning and the use of non-dominant languages in Malaysia: Sihan versus Standard Malay

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Diane Gordon-Burns

13.00-13.30 Todd Saurman & Mary Beth Saurman (Asia, general). Incorporating relevant cultural art forms and oral traditions into community-based education programs

13.30-14.00 Ernesto Toquero and Elena Toquero (Philippines). The Yogad and Gaddang rituals of Isabela: Meaning and significance

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Te Hurinui Clarke

13.00-13.30 Graham Cameron (Myanmar). Demonstrable developmental gains

13.30-14.00 Katy Anis (Timor-Leste). Assessment of the effectiveness of USAID Small Grants literacy and numeracy programs in Timor-Leste—2005-2007

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Katy Webley

13.00-13.30 Jan Noorlander & Wain Churk (Cambodia). Cambodia’s Highland Community Education Program

13.30-14.00 Patricia Kelly ( USA ). Multilingual literacy education: A help or a hindrance to national unity?

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Mershen Pillay

13.00-13.30 Fredrick Boswell (Solomons). Cheke Holo orthography: Ethnic language community decision-making and the role of trained linguists

13.30-14.00 Umberto Ansaldo & Lisa Lim (Sri Lanka). Preserving and revitalizing creole languages: The experience of Sri Lanka Malay

14.00-15.00 Session III

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Ricardo Ma. Nolasco

14.00-14.30 Harsha Kathard, Daisy Pillay & Mershen Pillay (Republic of South Africa). Language-in-education policy and practice: Learning from South African classrooms

14.30-15.00 Ayaz Muhammad Rana (Pakistan). Punjabi language: Government policies and traditional multilingual classrooms in Pakistan

Room B: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Kirk Person

14.00-14.30 Nikhat Shameem (Fiji). The role of technology in data gathering for post-colonial language-in-education policy and planning: A case study

14.30-15.00 Greg Dekker and Rose Dumatog Camacam (Philippines). A multilingual education policy pathway: Working from pilot project toward national policy

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Sangsok Son

14.00-14.30 Nor Hashimah Hashim (Malaysia). Testing reading comprehension in students’ mother tongue

14.30-15.00 Ng Bee Chin (Singapore). Linguistic pragmatism, globalisation and the impact on the patterns of input in Singaporean Chinese homes

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Mere Kepa

14.00-14.30 Barbara Trudell (Africa general). Local-language adult literacy programs and sustainable development in Africa

14.30-15.00 Goihan (China). The quest to improve the trilingual education system in ethnic minority schools in Inner Mongolia: Energizing the mother tongue

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Gratien G. Atindogbé

14.00-14.30 OPEN

14.30-15.00 Paulette Hopple (China-Burma border). Linguistic variation among a highly endangered speech community: Angkuic people of the Palaungic sub-branch of Mon-Khmer

    15.00-15.30 Tea Break

15.30-17.00 Session IV

15.30-17.00 Room A: Work Session: Language and Education Policies

Kimmo Kosonen, Facilitator

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Lynne Harata Te Aika

15.30-16.00 Samantha Ross Hepworth (Tanzania). Absorption or displacement: Kiswahili and minority languages in Tanzania

16.00-16.30 Manuel Noronha & Ian Chaplin (Macau). Preserving and interpreting intangible cultural heritage in an ethnolinguistic community: The case of the Portuguese language, patois and creole in Macau

16.30-17.00 Diane Gordon-Burns (Aotearoa New Zealand). Notable descendant ancestresses of Tainui—their stories and how these have been maintained

Room C: Work Session: Research and Evaluation

15.30-17.00 Dennis Malone, Facilitator

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Patricia Kelley

15.30-16.00 Helen Pinnock (General). Mother tongue-based multilingual education: How can we move ahead?

16.00-16.30 Muhammat (China). The challenges of bilingual education in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China

16.30-17.00 Muhammed Zaman Sagar (Pakistan). A multilingual education project for Gawri-speaking children in northern Pakistan

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Mark Karan

15.30-16.00 Willem Burung (Indonesia). Melayu Papua: A hidden treasure

16.00-16.30 Richard Littlebear.(Cheyenne). Language as an instrument for cultural preservation

16.30-17.00 OPEN

    1. Reception

WEDNESDAY, 2 JULY 2008

Emcee: Katy Webley, Save the Children UK

08.30-09.45 Plenary Panel “Language and language-in-education policies”

Andrew Ikupu, Department of Education, Papua New Guinea

Bernard Spolsky, Professor Emeritus, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Dhir Jhingran, Asia Regional Director, Room to Read, India

Edilberto C. de Jesus, Former Director of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Secretariat, Philippines

09.45-10.30 Plenary Presentation. “Language development and language  revitalization:  Rationale, purposes, challenges and successes”

Tariq Rahman,  Distinguished National Professor, Quaid-I-Azam University . Pakistan

Susan Malone, Multilingual Education Consultant, SIL International

10.30-11.00 Tea Break

11.00-12.00 Session V

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Harsha Kathard

11.00-11.30 Vu Thi Thanh Huong (Vietnam). Ethnic minority languages in Vietnam: Policy and implementation issues

11.30-12.00 Pushparani Subramaniam (Malaysia). Implementing vernacular languages through ICT in national schools to fulfill the Education Development Master Plan (EDMP) in Malaysia

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Samantha Ross Hepworth

11.00-11.30 Dorji Thinley (Bhutan). Secondary students’ response to oral literature in their mother tongue: Insights and observations from an action research project in a Bhutanese school

11.30-12.00 V. Jayarajan (India). Teyyam and oral tradition

Room C: Work Session: Research and Evaluation

11.00-12.00 Dennis Malone, Facilitator

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Muhammed Zaman

11.00-11.30 Noro Andriamiseza (General). Mother tongue matters: UNESCO’s actions in mother tongue instruction to promote inclusion and enhance quality learning for children in linguistically diverse societies

11.30-12.00 Colleen Koolaard & Poh Suan Soh (China). Four mother tongue-based bilingual education projects in China: Introducing the Bai, Dai, Dong (Kam) and Dongxiang pilot MLE projects in the P.R. China

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Mayuree Thawornpat

11.00-11.30 Martin Hosken (Mainland South East Asia). Minority languages in the digital age: Unicode update

11.30-12.00 Yogendra Yadava. (Nepal). Linguistic survey of Napal.

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.00 Exhibition of language and education materials
Participants are invited to view and learn about materials that have been produced for language development, language revitalization and multilingual education programs around the world

14.00-15.00 Session VI

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Greg Dekker

14.00-14.30 Quentin Williams (Republic of South Africa). Debating multilingualism in a transformative South Africa

14.30-15.00 Yogendra Yadava (Nepal). Linguistic diversity in Nepal: Perspectives on existing language policy

Room B: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Pamela Mackenzie

14.00-14.30 Anna Smeby (Asia, General). The use of early childhood standards to support mother tongue-based multilingual education in Asia

14.30-15.00 Mere Kepa & Linita Manu’atu (Aotearoa New Zealand). Talanoa Mālie: An innovative ‘space’ in early childhood education for revitalizing and maintaining Tongan language and culture in the University

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Diane Dekker

14.00-14.30 Quynh Thi Ngoc Nguyen (Vietnam). Towards a workable theoretical framework for the teaching of Vietnamese as a second language for ethnolinguistic minority learners

14.30-15.00 Daisy Pillay, Harsha Kathard & Mershen Pillay. (Republic of South Africa). “Troubling Communication”: Exploring spaces for socially just dialogue

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Mathura Bikash Tripura

14.00-14.30 Lynne HarataTe Aika (Aotearoa New Zealand). Reo Kura: Developing teachers' Maori language proficiency and tribal dialect proficiency in an in-school professional development programme

14.30-15.00 Suwilai Premsrirat (Thailand). Language for national reconciliation: A role for Pattani Malay in formal education in Thailand’s Deep South

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Lucy Bulan

14.00-14.30 David Blundell (Taiwan, Philippines). Endangered languages in revitalization, development and mapping with local indigenous communities of Taiwan, Orchid Island, and the Batanes

14.30-15.00 Mayuree Thawornpat (Thailand). Orthographies for “endangered languages” in Thailand: A case study of Lavua at Pa Pae Village, Mae Hong Son Province

15.00-15.30 Tea Break

15.30-17.00 Session VII

Room A: Work Session: Language and Education Policies

15.30-17.00 Kimmo Kosonen, Facilitator

Room B: Work Session: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

15.30-17.00 Catherine Young and Susan Malone, Facilitators

Room C: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: David Bradley

15.30-16.00 Karsten Legère (Tanzania). Language endangerment in Tanzania: The case of the Vidunda language

16.00-16.30 Mershen Pillay, Harsha Kathard & Daisy Pillay (Republic of South Africa). Loss across language colonies: A Tamil past, A Xhosa present, An Arabic present-perfect

16.30-17.00 Sue Hasselbring (General). Fostering acceptance of written standards by speakers of all dialects

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Barbara Trudell

15.30-16.00 Erona Paschal, Poonam Paschal & Lalchand Paul (Pakistan). Mother tongue-based multilingual education in southern Pakistan: The Parkari program

16.00-16.30 Anne Thomas & Tim Sangvat (Cambodia). Community ownership strengthens multilingual non-formal education in the Cambodian Highlands

16.30-17.00 Lou Chunfang (China). Bilingual education in Qinghai Province, China

Room E: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Dinh Phuong Thao

15.30-16.00 Dat Bao (Thailand & Australia). A proposed framework for enhancing teachers’ preparation for classrooms with language minority students

16.00-16.30 Eliott Prasse-Freeman (Thailand). Building community-based support systems that facilitate sustainable multi-ethnic education opportunities: Experiences of EDC and partners in Phang Nga, Thailand 2007-2008

16.30-17.00 Katy Anis (General). Layers of access; layers of learning: Literacy and second language acquisition.

19.30-21.00 Session VIII

Room E: Work Session

Work Session: Multilingual Education

19.30-21.00 Susan Malone and Carol Benson, Facilitators

Work Session: Language Development and Language Revitalization-focus on ICT

19.30-21.00 Martin Hosken, Facilitator


Thursday, 3 July 2008

Emcee: Jan Noorlander, CARE International, Cambodia

08.30-09.15 Plenary Presentation “Designing effective schooling in multilingual contexts: An alternative to bilingual models”

Dr. Carol Benson, International Consultant in Multilingual

Education, Sweden

09.15-10.00 Plenary PresentationResearch and evaluation of mother tongue-based multilingual education programs: Issues and innovations in ethnolinguistic settings”

Dr. Dennis Malone, International Consultant in Multilingual Education, SIL International

10.00-10.30 Tea Break

10.30-12.00 Session IX

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: SEAMEO

    10.30-12.00 SEAMEO Secretariat: Ahamad bin Sipon, Kimmo Kosonen, Catherine Young, Yolanda Quijano, Suchin Petcharugsa (Southeast Asia). Using the mother tongue as bridge language of instruction in Southeast Asia: Policy, strategies and advocacy

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Mary Beth Saurman

10.30-11.00 Charmaine Kaimikaua (Hawai’i, USA). The politics of preserving cultural heritage: Communicating identity through public performance of the Hula for Diaspora Hawaiians

11.00-11.30 Bagly Arsenio and Glenn Stallsmith (Philippines). Performing living traditions: A music and dance troupe of the Kalanguya, Northern Philippines

11.30-12.00 OPEN

Room C: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Joseph Khakha

10.30-11.00 Luz Jimenez Quispe (Bolivia). Indigenous knowledge and wisdom to improve quality of education in rural communities of Bolivia

11.00-11.30 Mahendra Mishra (India). Mother tongue-based multilingual education in Orissa: From theory to practice

11.30-12.00 Nguyen Thi Bich & Dinh Phuong Thao (Vietnam). National networking and advocacy strategy on mother tongue-based multilingual education

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: -

10.30-11.00 Kay Ringenberg (Indonesia). Planning and implementing MT-Based MLE programs for children and adults in Indonesia

11.00-11.30 Mathura Bikash Tripura (Bangladesh). Shishur Khamatayan: children’s right to quality education in their mother tongue

11.30-12.00 OPEN

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: David Blundell

10.30-11.00 Katy Anis. (General). Layers of access; layers of learning: Literacy and second language acquisition

11.00-11.30 Bhim Narayan Regmi (Nepal). Developing a Devanagari-based multi-language orthography for Nepalese languages

11.30-12.00 Kees Jan Bos, Mirjam Bos and Christina Page (Cambodia). Community based orthography development:  Experiences from the Kuy in Cambodia

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.30 Session X

Room A: Work Session: Language and Education Policies

13.00-14.30 Kimmo Kosonen, Facilitator

Room B: Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderator: Ernesto C. Toquero

13.00-13.30 Schedar Jockson (Philippines). Further steps towards preserving oral literature

13.30-14.00 Marc Wetz (Southeast Asia). The need to go beyond language: Including local/indigenous culture in the school curriculum

14.00-14.30 Hemanga Dutta (India). A sociolinguistic appraisal of vocabulary items used in Assamese folk songs and proverbs

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Alice Eastwood

13.00-13.30 Sangsok Son (India). Learning through first language and linguistic and scholastic Achievement: The case of children in Pattani Language Community, India

13.30-14.00 Daisy Pillay, Harsha Kathard & Mershen Pillay (Republic of South Africa). “Troubling Communication”: Exploring spaces for socially just dialogue

14.00-14.30 OPEN

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Helen Pinnock

13.00-13.30 Arjen Lock (Papua New Guinea). Building a responsive life-embracing infrastructure for MLE: The Abau program of Papua New Guinea

13.30-14.00 Nthatisi Bulane (Republic of South Africa). Code-switching in South Africa’s township schools

14.00-14.30 Sara Elena Mendoza (Mexico). Indigenous literacy in Mexico: Critical aspects from planning to educational practice

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Linita Manu'atu

13.00-13.30 Lucy Bulan & David Lian Labang (Malaysia). Community efforts in developing and financing an MLE Project: The Kelabit language of Sarawak, Malaysia

13.30-14.00 Gratien G. Atindogbé (Cameroon). First look at a Barombi orthographic system

14.00-14.30 Mark Karan (General). The importance of motivations in language revitalization efforts

14.30-15.30 Session XI

Room A: Language and Education Policies

Moderator: Nikhat Shameem

14.30-15.00 Jenny Jones (Kenya). Teachers’ response to the implementation of the Kenyan language-in-education policy in a multilingual context

15.00-15.30 Lienjang Zette (India). Language policy and northeast India as a melting pot of languages

Room B: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Carl Grove

14.30-15.00 Diane Dekker, Stephen Walter & Norma Duguiang (Philippines). The “bridge” to Filipino and English: Initial results of the First Language Component MLE program in the Philippines

15.00-15.30 Leela Pradham (Nepal). A study of the educational situation for ethnic minority children in selected primary schools of Nepal

Room C: Research and Evaluation

Moderator: Daisy Pillay

14.30-15.00 Sriwilai Ponmanee (Thailand). Coaching a teacher in a multilingual school setting: A case study from a school in Pai District, Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand

15.00-15.30 Gardiye Hewage Asoka (Sri Lanka). Needs survey on promoting Mother Tongue-Based Bilingual Education (BE) in Sri Lanka

Room D: Multilingual Education

Moderator: Doerthe Schilken

14.30-15.00 J. Aleta R. Villanueva & Ani Rosa Almario (Philippines). Dual language education program models in Philippine progressive schools

15.00-15.30 Marilyn Gregerson (Cambodia). A multilingual non-formal program for language minority students in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia: 10 years and going forward

Room E: Language Development and Language Revitalization

Moderator: Dennis Malone

14.30-15.00 Duk Geun Cha (Cambodia). Orthography development challenges in Western Cham

15.00-15.30 Talib Jan (Pakistan). Present and future of Indus Kohistani

15.30-16.00 Tea Break

16.00-17.00 Summary of the Conference

Jan Noorlander, Provincial Coordinator, CARE International, Cambodia

Closing



1 The location in parentheses after the presenter’s name may refer to the geographic focus of the paper or to the author’s home country or both.

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