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(EDS), CHILDREN'S LANGUAGE AND MULTILINGUALISM: INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE USE AT HOME AND SCHOOL
J Simpson, G Wigglesworth
932008
The silence of the frogs: dysfunctional discourse in the'English-only'Aboriginal classroom.
KR Moses, G Wigglesworth
London: Continuum,, 2008
522008
Questions about questions.
KR Moses, C Yallop
London: Continuum,, 2008
322008
Children’s language input: A study of a remote multilingual Indigenous Australian community
D Loakes, K Moses, G Wigglesworth, J Simpson, R Billington
Multilingua 32 (5), 683-711, 2013
132013
Child-caregiver interaction in two remote Indigenous Australian communities
J Vaughan, G Wigglesworth, D Loakes, S Disbray, K Moses
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 514, 2015
112015
Developing tests for the assessment of traditional language skill: a case study in an Indigenous Australian community
D Loakes, K Moses, J Simpson, G Wigglesworth
Language Assessment Quarterly 9 (4), 311-330, 2012
112012
Taking an interactional perspective: Examining children's talk in the Australian Aboriginal community of Yakanarra
J Rendle-Short, K Moses
Australian Journal of Linguistics 30 (4), 397-421, 2010
82010
How do dinosaurs hug in the Kimberley?: The use of questions by Aboriginal caregivers and children in a Walmajarri community
KR Moses
University of Melbourne, School of Languages and Linguistics, 2009
72009
How do dinosaurs hug in the Kimberley
K Moses
The use of questions by Aboriginal caregivers and children in a Walmajarri …, 2009
72009
The Silence of the Frogs: Dysfunctional Discourse in the" English-only" Aboriginal Classroom
KR Moses
University of Melbourne, 1995
11995
Taking an interactional perspective: Examining children’s talk in the Australian
J Rendle-Short, K Moses
Studies 6 (3), 291-306, 0
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