[IAEP] video of XOs in the Amazon
Edward Mokurai Cherlin
mokurai at sugarlabs.org
Thu Jan 31 23:10:58 EST 2013
I added a paragraph on the documentary and the YouTube excerpt, with
references, to the English-language version of the page. Can somebody
let the children know so that they can translate it for the
I have wanted to suggest this practice of having students write
Wikipedia pages as a regular part of the curriculum for every OLPC
deployment, starting with pages in the local languages on every local
subject, and expanding to translations by students of various other
languages as they become sufficiently capable. I will write this up
for my blog, http://replacingtextbooks.wordpress.com/
This page mentions caywa, evidently a local crop for which there is no
Wikipedia page in either Spanish or English. I do not find it in
Spanish Wiktionary, either. Here is another page that mentions caywa
Apparently the standard spelling is caigua, and the name is derived
from Quechua kaywa.
So I added a link to
«Caigua» redirige aquí
Please thank the students for me, and let them know that I was
delighted to have the opportunity for a collaboration with them. No
hablo español realmente, pero sé leer. Qué los niños me escriben, por
favor. Muchas gracias.
On Thu, January 31, 2013 12:35 am, Alan Jhonn Aguiar Schwyn wrote:
> A great story!
>> From: wad at laptop.org
>> Subject: video of XOs in the Amazon
>> Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 00:07:14 -0500
>> To: devel at lists.laptop.org
>> Wikipedia pointed me to this excerpt from an upcoming film, "web".
>> It shows kids with XOs in the Peruvian Amazon creating on Wikipedia:
Edward Mokurai (默雷/निशब्दगर्ज/نشبدگرج) Cherlin
Silent Thunder is my name, and Children are my nation.
The Cosmos is my dwelling place, the Truth my destination.
More information about the IAEP