These sites provides educators with ideas for teaching about Pidgin and using Pidgin as a resource for learning about history, multiculturalism, the law, and social change in Hawai‘i. The sites also act as a central place where ideas about Pidgin can be exchanged.
Visit Jeff Siegel's site is about varieties of language that differ from the standard variety that is normally used in ...Read More
The Sato Center keeps hard copies of the following publications and media. The list is searchable and sortable ...Read More
Visit the Pidgins and Creoles in Education (PACE) website. This site is devoted to issues concerning the use of pidgin ...Read More
The production of teaching materials for High School Language Arts and Social Studies teachers that incorporate investigations of language, with ...Read More
A permanent exhibit on Hawai‘i Creole was designed and installed at the Hawai‘i Plantation Village Museum (Waipahu). The installation features ...Read More