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Australia. Department of Education. Northern Territory Education Division. Bilingual Education Section
Title
Second progress report on the bilingual education program in schools in the Northern Territory
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Nq 328.94 AUS
Created/Published
Darwin : Dept. of Education, 1974
Pages
70
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BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM IN SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Second Progress Report December 1974 1
Contents 5
1. Introduction 7
2. Types of Bilingual Programs 7
3. Criteria for the Establishment of Bilingual Education Programs 9
4. Administration of the Program 9
5. O’Grady/Hale Report—Recommendations concerning Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory 10
6. Involvement of Linguists 11
7. The School of Australian Linguistics 11
8. Inservice Courses Planned for 1975 12
9. Publications on Aspects of Bilingual Education Supplied to Schools 12
10. Bilingual Education Consultative Committee 13
11. Visit to the United States and Canada by the Principal Education Adviser, Bilingual Education 13
12. South Pacific Commission Bilingual Education Conference 5-13 December, 1974 14
13. Film on Bilingual Education 14
14. Reports from Schools on Programs incorporating Aboriginal languages 15
15. Creole Programs 16
16. Research and Evaluation 16
17. Materials in Aboriginal Languages 16
18. Teaching English as a Second Language 17
19. Outstation Schools 17
20. Some Problems Encountered 18
21. Some Highlights of the Program 19
22. Conclusion 19
Appendix 1. Angurugu School 21
2. Areyonga School 25
3. Bamyili School 30
4. Docker River School 31
5. Garden Point School 34
6. Gordon Sweeney School, Maningrida 35
7. Goulburn Island School 36
8. Hooker Creek School 39
9. Lake Evella School 40
10. Milingimbi School 41
11. Numbulwar School 45
12. Oenpelli School 46
13. Gumadirr School (Oenpelli Outstation) 49
14. Port Keats School 52
15. Shepherdson College, Elcho Island 52
16. Snake Bay School 56
17. St. Therese’s School, Bathurst Island 57
18. Yayayi School 59
19. Yirrkala School 63
20. Yuendumu School 67

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