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English Hmong Phrasebook With Useful Wordlist

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Resources in Education

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Hmong and American

Author : Sue Murphy Mote
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The Hmong were driven out of Laos by the turmoil of the Vietnam War and settled in America in such large numbers that they are now the second largest Southeast Asian population in the United States. Twelve Hmong immigrants, including a female shaman, an ex-military officer, a reformed gang member, a doctor, and a woman who was snatched from her mountain village at the age of eight, deposited in Laos's French culture and finally returned to Laos years later, tell their stories of struggling with American life while preserving the values of their own ancient culture. The author also considers the 5,000 years of Hmong history and its lasting influence.

Resettlement of Indochinese Refugees in the United States

Author : Lawrence F. Ashmun
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Emergency English

Author : Martha A. Lane
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This teacher's guide contains suggestions and lessons for teaching reading and writing to North American adults learning English as a second language. It can also be used to help English-speaking adults gain literacy skills. The guide introduces tutors to teaching "emergency English"--essential vocabulary and conversations (dialogues) on day-to-day topics that newcomers will find immediately helpful. The guide contains six chapters. The first chapter explains the role of the tutor and provides tutoring hints, while chapter 2 provides background information on the English language. In chapters 3 and 4, the tutor is taken step-by-step through the processes of teaching and writing a lesson, while chapter 5 contains 25 lesson outlines. These outlines cover teaching everyday living skills including foods, telling time, money, shopping, cooking, calendars, families, measuring, maps, transportation, asking questions, using the telephone, household items, mail, describing people, personal health, clothing, jobs, checks and money orders, housing, paying bills, and the seasons. Drills and exercises are included in the lessons. The final chapter of the guide contains 50 lessons on pronunciation of the sounds of English. Appendixes to the guide provide a lesson plan worksheet and a bibliography. (This teaching guide is designed to be used with the student Emergency English Workbook.) (KC)

National Union Catalog

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

White Hmong Dialogues

Author : David Strecker
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Hmong for Beginners

Author : Annie Jaisser
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Research on Aging University of Minnesota 1980 1985

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American Book Publishing Record

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Hmong Miao in Asia

Author : International Workshop on the Hmong
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This volume presents the most comprehensive collection of research on Hmong culture and life in Asia yet to be published. It compliments the abundant material on the Hmong diaspora by focusing instead on the Hmong in their Asian homeland. The contributors are scholars from a number of different backgrounds with a deep knowledge of Hmong society and culture, including several Hmong. The first group of essays addresses the fabric of Hmong culture by considering issues of history, language, and identity among the Hmong/Miao from Laos to China. The second part introduces the challenges faced by the Hmong in contemporary Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Nicholas Tapp is senior fellow in anthropology at the Australian National University. Jean Michaud is associate researcher in Asian studies at University de Montreal. Christian Culas is a member of the National Center for Scientific Research in Marseille. Gary Yia Lee is senior ethnic liaison officer for New South Wales.

Ethnic Groups of Laos Profiles of Sino Tibetan speaking peoples

Author : Joachim Schliesinger
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Brave New World

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Ethnic Groups of Laos Profiles of Austro Thai speaking peoples

Author : Joachim Schliesinger
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Sovereignty and Rebellion

Author : Nicholas Tapp
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The White Hmong are an ethnic minority in northern Thailand, Laos, southern China and Burma.

Seminar Papers Series

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Lambda Alpha Journal

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Subject Catalog

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Bibliography of Asian Studies

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Bilingual Educational Publications in Print

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