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The Resource A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture, by Barbara J. Sayers

A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture, by Barbara J. Sayers

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A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture
Title
A fair go
Title remainder
Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture
Statement of responsibility
by Barbara J. Sayers
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A compilation of papers authored or co-authored by Barbara Sayers who lived at Aurukun from 1962 to 1995 covering language and communication and learning and education, some of which are annotated separately
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CLONE
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1933-2017
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Sayers, Barbara J.
Dewey number
305.89915
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Summer Institute of Linguistics
Series statement
SIL-AAIB occasional papers,
Series volume
no. 5
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  • Intercultural communication
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture, by Barbara J. Sayers
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography
Contents
Degrees of abstraction and cross-cultural communication in Australia / Margaret S. Bain and Barbara J. Sayers -- Pragmatics and plain speech -- a pragmatic analysis of a failed cross-cultural communication -- a matter of choice: Wik-Mungkan modes of thinking and discourse structure -- Left or right brain: is there a neurological relationship to traditional Aboriginal learning styles -- Aboriginal mathematical concepts: a cultural and linguistic explanation for some of the problems -- The Aboriginal child: aspects of rearing, behaviour and expectations -- When the children don't learn: the value of pre-reading and pre-writing programs -- Implementing Indigenous language programs -- Vernacular language issues: keeping language strong -- Reading with rhythm: a help in tackling long words -- How we talk and how we write -- Combined bibliography -- Publications and presented papers by Barbara J. Sayers
Control code
abn97410502
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
viii, 103 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from author.
Isbn
9780868924373
Label
A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture, by Barbara J. Sayers
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography
Contents
Degrees of abstraction and cross-cultural communication in Australia / Margaret S. Bain and Barbara J. Sayers -- Pragmatics and plain speech -- a pragmatic analysis of a failed cross-cultural communication -- a matter of choice: Wik-Mungkan modes of thinking and discourse structure -- Left or right brain: is there a neurological relationship to traditional Aboriginal learning styles -- Aboriginal mathematical concepts: a cultural and linguistic explanation for some of the problems -- The Aboriginal child: aspects of rearing, behaviour and expectations -- When the children don't learn: the value of pre-reading and pre-writing programs -- Implementing Indigenous language programs -- Vernacular language issues: keeping language strong -- Reading with rhythm: a help in tackling long words -- How we talk and how we write -- Combined bibliography -- Publications and presented papers by Barbara J. Sayers
Control code
abn97410502
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
viii, 103 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from author.
Isbn
9780868924373

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