The Laz language will be offered as an elective course within the living languages and dialects program at middle schools in Turkey. Teaching of the Laz language within the program for living languages and dialects has been approved by the Head Council on Education and Morality for middle and religious vocational imam-hatip schools, according to a document released by the Education Ministry.
The elective will initially be offered to fifth grade students in the 2013-2014 academic year, to be followed later by the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. A comprehensive report on the curriculum for and aims and methodology of the program is also being prepared by the council.
The Kurdish, Abkhazian and Adige languages are other elective courses available within the program for living languages and dialects at middle schools.
CihanLast Mod: 13 Eylül 2013, 21:51