Daily Archive: November 10, 2015

Teaching literacy practices, page 2: Keep your Chinook paper clean

Something that eventually occurred to Father Le Jeune, once he had gotten 500+ people literate in Chinook shorthand… They needed to be told to keep their Kamloops Wawa clean and dry. This is not,… Continue reading

English in shorthand — I challenge you

Experience introducing college students to phonetic notation as an alternate way to represent their mother tongue suggests you will have a hard time reading this, at first. Want to leave your transcription of… Continue reading