2018 February


20 Feb: Storytime for Toddlers

http://www.digistorytelling.com/?d=cipro-price-Canada GALC is very pleased to announce a new ‘Storytime for Toddlers’ program! GALC’s resident storyteller, Carmel, will visit child care centres for a 30 minute Aboriginal storytelling and craft activity session. The session include storybook reading, teaching the kids a song in language and tapping sticks. One session per child care room per year. Available for Kalgoorlie, Boulder, Coolgardie and Kambalda. These sessions are totally free and can be booked by phoning GALC on 9021 3788 or by completing a booking form and emailing to info@wangka.com.au 

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01 Feb: Maduwongga Phonology Paper Released

source url GALC is pleased to announce the launch of linguist, Gizem Milonas’s first research paper on the Maduwongga language. ‘Maduwongga Phonology’ can be found on the Wangka website now. Congratulations Gizem and Mrs. Nudding for all the hard work recording and analysing the language over the last 6 months! Much more work needs to be done on the language and the ladies will continue their recording work until a comprehensive dictionary can be printed. Maduwongga speaker Joyce Nudding and linguist Gizem Milonas  after language work at GALC

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01 Feb: Alphabet Windows

ciprofloxacin and breastfeeding GALC is very pleased to launch the ‘Alphabet Windows’ in Kalgoorlie! At the back of the GALC office, facing Kmart, there are 18 little windows. These were perfect for an alphabet display. Different languages use different alphabets so we made a display which shows all the possible letters for the Goldfields Aboriginal Languages. Have a look at our little windows and let us know what you think! Great display for parents and kids to use to chat about spelling. We’re in the process of making smaller sets for schools. Watch this website or our Facebook page for when they’re available!