Language Needs Assessment Survey
This Tribal language need assessment is based on 2nd (Tribal) language acquisition, supporting the language revitalization of Miluk, Hanis, Sha’yuushtl’a uhl Quuiich, and Chinook Jargon. The intent of this survey is to capture language change, growth, attitudes, emerging new speakers, ways people are using the language, ways the language program can assist and to define the educational needs, materials, and goals of the language community. This survey has broad questions and each response will count towards developing goals. In 5 years, the same or a similar survey will be disseminated to measure language change and growth. This is a voluntary survey and the collective results will be reported however your personal information will remain confidential.
Fill out the survey by clicking the link below. Thank you for your participation
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