Creole Languages and Urban Education: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century (Tape 6)
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Creole Languages and Urban Education: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century
Creole Language Workshop, Florida International University Day 2
Linguistics Program Florida International University
Thursday, November 17 and Friday, November 18
8am – 5:30pm
Wolf University Center (UC) 320
FIU – North Campus
Organized by Tometro Hopkins
The first Creole language workshop of its kind in South Florida.
Opening remarks Virginia Miller, Linguistics Program Florida International University,
Speakers: Geneva Smitherman, African American English from the Hood to the Amen Corner
Frank Martinus, Papamiento Its Emancipation its actual status its instrumentalization and its role in education
Velma Pollard, Language Imagination and the World Word of the Creole Speaking Child
Smitherman, Geneva; Martinus, Frank; Pollard, Velma; and Linguistics Program, Florida International University, "Creole Languages and Urban Education: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century (Tape 6)" (1994). University Videos. 360.
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