How can I find out more?
How can I find out more?
- Australian Government Quality Teacher Programme (AGQTP) and NSW Department of Education and Training (DET), 2005, AGQTP Literacy in Aboriginal Languages Information for Schools Implementing Aboriginal Languages Programs, NSW DET, Sydney.
- AGQTP and NSW DET, 2005, AGQTP Literacy in Aboriginal Languages: Sample Units of Work for the Teaching of Aboriginal Languages in NSW Schools, NSW DET, Sydney.
- AECG INC & NSW DET, 2004, The Report of the Review of Aboriginal Education, NSW DET, Darlinghurst, NSW.
- Board of Studies NSW, 2001, Working with Aboriginal Communities: A Guide to Community Consultation and Protocols, Board of Studies NSW, Sydney.
- Board of Studies NSW, 2005, NSW Primary Curriculum Foundation Statements, Board of Studies NSW, Sydney.
- Cavanagh, P, 2005, 'It makes you proud to be you': a report on the Yuwaalaraay Language Program at St Joseph’s, Walgett’, Australian Catholic University, Strathfield.
- Department of Aboriginal Affairs, 2003, ‘New South Wales Aboriginal Languages Policy’, NSW Government.
- South Australian Department of Education and Community Services (DECS), 2003, South Australian Curriculum Standards and Accountability Framework: Languages, Australian Indigenous Languages.
- Eades, D K, 1976, The Dharawal and Dhurga Languages of the New South Wales Coast, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra.
- Federation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages (FATSIL), 2004, Guide to Community Protocols for Indigenous Language Projects, FATSIL, Melbourne.
- Munro, Jennifer M, 2004, ‘Substrate Language Influence in Kriol: The Application of Transfer Constraints to Language Contact in Northern Australia’, PhD thesis, University of New England, Armidale, NSW.
- National Parks and Wildlife, Trish Ellis (ed), ‘Coastal Custodians’ (see for example Volume 2, Issue 10 Nov/Dec 2005 pp 17–18)
- Nugent, A M, 1986, ‘Whose knowledge, whose power and whose curriculum? An account of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal community’s curriculum project and its implications at Jervis Bay Primary School’, Masters thesis, Australian National University.
- Wilson, G & Hercus, L, 2004, Arabana, Years R to 10: An Arabana teaching framework for Reception to Year 10; language revitalisation and second language learning, Department of Education and Community Services (DECS), Hindmarsh Publishing, SA.
- Yuwaalaraay Language Program, 2003, Yugal: Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay Songs, Coolabah Publishing, Tamworth.
- Amery, R, 2000, Warrabarna Kaurna!: Reclaiming an Aboriginal Language, Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisse, The Netherlands.
- Hosking, D F, Lonsdale D J, Troy, J F & Walsh, M J, 2000, Strong language strong culture: New South Wales strategic language study: final report and action plan, prepared for ATSIC by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra.
- Aboriginal Education and Training Directorate (AETD):
- Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG):
The following websites from SA are also really useful.
- South Australian Department of Education and Children's Services:
- Support materials:
- SACSA Framework:
- NSW Office of the Board of Studies:
- Working with Aboriginal Communities – A Guide to Community Consultation and Protocols
- Teaching Aboriginal Languages – Case Studies
- New South Wales Aboriginal Languages Interim Framework K–10
- Indigenous Language Programs in South Australian Schools: Issues, Dilemmas and Solutions
- Language and Culture Programs in NSW: The View from Central Australia
- Teaching NSW’s Indigenous Languages: Lessons from Elsewhere
- NSW Aboriginal Languages Research and Resource Centre:
- Federation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages:
- NSW Aboriginal Languages Policy:
- John Rudder and Stan Grant Snr – Wiradjuri materials:
- Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity
- These are also two very useful websites that the Curriculum K–12 Directorate have produced: