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Morren, Ronald C. 2010. Trilingual education on the islands of San Andres, Providence, and Santa Catalina. In Bettina Migge, Isabelle Léglise, and Angela Bartens (eds.), Creoles in education: An appraisal of current programs and projects, 297–322. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Morren, Ronald C., and Diane Morren. 2007. Are the goals and objectives of Jamaica's Bilingual Education Project being met? SIL Electronic Working Papers 2007-009. Dallas: SIL International.
Morren, Ronald C. 2001. Creole-based trilingual education in the Caribbean archipelago of San Andres, Providence and Santa Catalina. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development. 22(3):227–241.
Morren, Ronald C. 1993. Educación bilingüe: Cuál idioma primero? (Bilingual education: Which language first?) Winak Boletín Intercultural 8(1-4):43–57. Guatemala: Mariano Galvez University.
Morren, Ronald C. 1991. Review of Bilingual education and language maintenance: A southern Peruvian Quechua case, by Nancy H. Hornberger. Language and Education: An International Journal 5(3):209–229.
Morren, Ronald C. 1988. Bilingual education curriculum development in Guatemala. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 9(4):353–370.
Morren, Ronald C.1986. Primers for a syllabary writing system. Notes on Literacy 51:11–18. Dallas: SIL International.
Morren, Ronald C. 1981. Socio-psycho-linguistic testing in the development of an orthography for a preliterate society. In James E. Copeland and Philip W. Davis (eds.), The Seventh LACUS Forum (1980), 536–545. Columbia, South Carolina: Hornbeam Press.
Morren, Ronald C., and Leon E. Williamson. 1978. Procedures involved in developing literacy materials for a preliterate society. In Michel Paradis (ed.), The Fourth LACUS Forum (1977), 133–141. Columbia, South Carolina: Hornbeam Press.
Morren, Ronald C.2011. Sociolinguistics and second language teaching. Paper presented at El Centro Superior de Idiomas, Universidad Centroamericana, Managua, Nicaragua. July 1, 2011.
Morren, Ronald C. 2010. Reviewing key concepts: What is other tongue-based multilingual education and strong/weak forms of MLE. Paper presented at the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Regional Training Workshop on Enhancing Awareness and Building the Capacity of SEAMEO in Establishing Mother Tongue-Based MLE Programs, Depok, West Java, Indonesia. July 6–8, 2010.
Morren, Ronald C., and Diane Morren. 2010. Thirty years of multilingual education in Guatemala. Paper presented at the 1st Philippine Conference Workshop on Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. February 18–20, 2010.
Morren, Ronald C., and Diane Morren. 2010. Building oral fluency in the L1 and the L2. Paper presented at the 1st Philippine Conference Workshop on Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. February 18–20, 2010.
Morren, Ronald C., and Diane Morren. 2008. A diachronic appraisal of language use and language attitudes in the western Caribbean Island of San Andres, Colombia. Paper presented at the joint session of The Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL) and The Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics (SPCL), Cayenne, French Guiana. July 28–31, 2008.
Morren, Ronald C., Diane Morren, Hubert Devonish, and Karen Carpenter. 2006. Report of Jamaica’s Bilingual Education Project. Paper presented at the Society for Caribbean Linguistics Conference, Dominica, West Indies. August 2–6, 2006.
Morren, Ronald C. 1999. Second language acquisition: Immersion, transition, or maintenance?—Addition or subtraction? Paper presented as plenary speaker at the Tenth English Language Teaching Conference, Centro Colombo Americano, Medellin, Colombia. August 19–21, 1999.
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