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African Language Program Development

The African Language Program Development and Administration is written to guide those who are planning to start or enhance an African language program at their institution. The book details what a Program in African Languages is. It also provides a rich historical background of African language programs in the US as well as their current state and prospects.
Author(s): Eyamba Bokamba
Language(s): Arabic, Basque, Shona, Swahili, Xhosa, Zulu, Bambara, Chichewa, Hausa, Kiswahili, Lingala, Luganda, Sesotho, Setswana, Yoruba, Twi, Bamanakan, Wolof, Luyia (Luhya), Kikuyu, Acholi, Bamana, Oromo, Afrikaans, Bemba, Dinka, Igbo, Kimbundu, Kinyarwanda, Kpelle, Krio, Somali, Temne, Tigrinya, Ndebele, Swati, Pulaar
Category: Research, Teacher Development, LCTL Initiatives, Outreach and Dissemination
Level: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced
Audience: K-8, 9-12, University, Heritage, Self-Study, Special Purpose
General Format: Print
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Skill: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking
Year: 2002
Publisher: National African Language Resource Center
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