March 15, 2021
Saving a Disappearing Dialect
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March 15, 2021
Saving a Disappearing Dialect
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2021-03-21 00:42:27
2021-03-21 00:42:27

Hmmm. I got stuck when I clicked Ki-Kinipopo-Ki. It took me to a loading screen that never loaded. Perhaps it’s just me.

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2021-03-21 10:34:40
2021-03-21 10:34:40
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Hi–thanks for your feedback. There are several places in the learning games where users can click Ki-Kinipopo-Ki, and I don’t know which instance you had trouble with. I have checked to see if they are working, and they performed as they should for me. You could try refreshing the page and emptying your browser cache and see if you get the same result.

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2021-03-18 00:10:04
2021-03-18 00:10:04

I liked playing around with this project. Nicely done. Is there a reason why you chose the jigsaw puzzles as a learning device in the level 1 games?

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2021-03-21 10:29:53
2021-03-21 10:29:53
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Thanks Richard. To answer your question, the students enjoyed the puzzles and connecting them as we did with the Kealapito has proved to be a good way to reinforce connections between the illustrated words, spoken words, and pana (sound units) as text and spoken. The memory games in level 1 also helped with the same goal.

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