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ISO 639-3: mum

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

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Lexical resources

  1. ONLINESection C 1-13 Milne Bay District Comparative Vocabulary by John Lynch. Arthur Capell (compiler); Arthur Capell (researcher); John Lynch (compiler); Peter Newton (depositor). 1999. Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). oai:paradisec.org.au:AC2-PNGMBCV104

Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 2.3 Resources for Maiwala. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:maiw1249

Other resources about the language

  1. New approaches to university research in indigenous settings: an example from Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 2000. IAU Press and Pergamon. oai:sil.org:39311
  2. Developing assessment and evaluation strategies for vernacular elementary school classrooms: a collaborative study in Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 2001. Anthropology and Education Quarterly. oai:sil.org:22715
  3. From vernacular to English: a model of innovation from within the hearts of the indigenous teachers in Papua New Guinea. Lister, Ronah; Nagai, Yasuko. 2004. Language and Education. oai:sil.org:630
  4. Vernacular education and development: dilemmas, struggles and innovations in Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 2001. Convergence. oai:sil.org:23136
  5. Developing a community-based vernacular school: a case study of the Maiwala elementary school in Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 1999. Language and Education. oai:sil.org:22637
  6. The emergence of hidden talents in Papua New Guinea: creating story books with the people who have never written in their language. Nagai, Yasuko. 1999. Adult Education and Development. oai:sil.org:23139
  7. From enjoyment to critical thinking: a journey of developing creativity and critical awareness in story writing in a Melanesian community. Nagai, Yasuko. 2008. The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing. oai:sil.org:1351
  8. ONLINEBridging between vernacular and English: the Maiwala teacher's experience. Lister, Ronah; Nagai, Yasuko. 2004. READ. oai:sil.org:23552
  9. What is our culture? What is our language? Dialogue towards the maintenance of indigenous culture and language in Papua New Guinea. Lister, Ronah; Nagai, Yasuko. 2003. Language and Education. oai:sil.org:22963
  10. ONLINEUnubahe: A nearly extinct language. Rueck, Michael J. 2001. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:49168
  11. Designing a vernacular English bridging programme in Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 2003. Convergence. oai:sil.org:4973
  12. Towards the maintenance of the Maiwala language: the role of a vernacular elementary school in Papua New Guinea. Nagai, Yasuko. 2000. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education. oai:sil.org:22774
  13. Vernacular education in Papua New Guinea: is it really effective?. Nagai, Yasuko. 2004. Convergence. oai:sil.org:4988
  14. Community-based curriculum development in Papua New Guinea: a case study. Nagai, Yasuko. 1998. Adult Education and Development. oai:sil.org:22790
  15. ONLINEMaiwala: a language of Papua New Guinea. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:mum

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