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Culturally Relevant Education
Elementary Secondary Education
English (Second Language
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AbstractEducation plays a primary role in ensuring language maintenance and school success in Saskatchewan, Canada, and around the world. Language includes both &quot;standardized &quot; language and vernacular dialects. This document reviews the literature related to teaching English as a Second Dialect in school. The review covers information on the problems and challenges faced by speakers of minority languages including social and cultural processes and implications of language maintenance as well as how languages are taught and learned in school. It also includes literature on best practices in teaching English as a Second Dialect (ESD). This review will have relevance for teachers, curriculum developers, administrators, and policymakers working in ESD, particularly those in Saskatchewan and Canada who want to address challenges in teaching ESD to Aboriginal students and ensure that they maintain their roots and develop their wings. (Contains 99 references.) (Author/SM) Reproductions supplied by EDRS are the best that can be made from the original document.