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Design Of A Developing Speech Environment Using Native Languages Of Indigenous Minorities

Table 1: Typology of schools according to the level of functioning of their native languages

Classification 1(Russian regions) Classification 2(languags of the IPN) Types of schools DSE model
Group 1 – regions with favorable conditions Group 1 – languages with more or less favorable conditions – all age groups speak the language Type 1 – school requiring the development of the native language of the indigenous peoples Improving DSE model
Group 2 – regions with serious problems Group 2 – languages with serious problems – the older generation and a small part of the middle generation speak the language Type 2 – school requiring the preservation of the native language of the indigenous peoples Supporting DSE model
Group 3 – regions with a disastrous situation Group 3 – languages with a disastrous situation – only part of the older generation speaks the language Type 3 – schools where the mother tongue does not function (loss of the mother tongue) Stimulating/ Restoring DSE model
Group 4 – regions where the indigenous language is already dying out Group 4 – an endangered language (total loss of the native language in the family) – less than 100 people speak the everyday language Type 4 – schools where it is necessary to introduce / preserve an ethnocultural component Introducing DSE model
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