Indigenous languages textbooks to appear soon

Indigenous languages textbooks to appear soon

March 24, 2022

The benefits are intended mainly for younger students who do not speak their native language.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Russian scientists and teachers plan to develop and publish school textbooks on 18 disappearing languages ​​of indigenous peoples.

Speaking at an international seminar on the preservation and promotion of the languages ​​of indigenous small peoples of the Arctic in St. Petersburg, the head of the educational literature and digital educational resources of the Federal Institute of Native Languages ​​of the Peoples of the Russian Federation, Faina Lehanova reported that approximate work programs and projects of new generation textbooks were already developed on Even, Evenk, Dolgan and other languages.

Experts believe that in schools it is necessary to introduce modern methods of teaching the North, Siberia and the Far East peoples languages. New books will be designed for children of primary classes who don’t yet speak their own language.

Textbooks should form conversational speech, contain simple adapted texts, developing and game techniques, available cognitive materials.

Earlier, we told that in Norilsk news in the languages ​​of the indigenous peoples of Taimyr were broadcast.

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Text: Denis Kozhevnikov, Photo: author

March 24, 2022

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