for Teaching Social Studies,
Geography, History, and Science
Linguistic Anthropology Internet Resource Sites
- Linguistics Resources on the Internet--SILS. http://www.sil.org/linguistics/
This site is provided by the Summer Institute of Linguistics,
located at the International Linguistics Center in Dallas, Texas.
The site's focus is the study of minority languages and cultures
around the world. It also has information on career advancement
training throughout the U.S.
- Yamada Language Center Linguistic Information at the University
of Oregon. http://babel.uoregon.edu/index.html
This web page includes indices for on-line linguistic information,
downloadable fonts for many languages, and other resources.
This resource may be more appropriate for upper level students.
Linguistic Anthropology Classroom Resources
- Ethnologue (Languages of the World). http://www.sil.org/ethnologue/ethnologue.html
Based on the book Ethnologue, this web site contains sections
of the publication, language indices of various kinds, linguistic
maps of the world, and other resources. The web site also has
information on purchasing software and CD-ROM-based resources.
- Explore! Linguistics. http://logos.uoregon.edu/explore/
Sponsored by the University of Oregon, the Explore! Linguistics
page is devoted to increasing the knowledge and study of diverse
languages. The web site has several games and resources appropriate
for K-12 educators.
- Teaching Indigenous Languages. http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/TIL.html
This site offers a wealth of materials relating to the anthropological,
educational, and political issues involved with the teaching
of indigenous languages. The best feature of the site is the
on-line full-texts of recently published scholarly studies and
collections devoted to the subject. It also has a section on
"How to Teach Indigenous Languages."
Linguistic Anthropology Organizations
- Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the
The SSILA web site contains organizational information, a catalog
on learning materials about native languages, a list of Internet
resources, abstracts of over 200 dissertations and theses, and
articles listings from hundreds of related journals.
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