On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 7:36 PM, Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Here you go:
> I have used it for various of my conlangs. It's public domain.

Very nice. What I'm thinking  about these days is a picture textbook that
will use direct method of learning so that the text will be written only in
one language, namely the one the textbook is written for. That's the point
of this project.

If you see an image of an apple and below it you see either
"apple" (English)
" 苹果" (Chinese)
"яблоко" (Russian)

no questions arise.

Of course not all concepts can be explained that way. But many can be.
Why not think of them now?
There are already some projects like
But they are underdeveloped and are for English mostly.

> --gary
> On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 7:01 AM, Gleki Arxokuna
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I'm not posting to this group very often. In fact I might not agree with
> some of you what auxlang will win in the future and whether it'll be a
> constructed one. But no matter what is your favorite (English, Mandarin and
> Bislama will also do) I request to organise a search for free open-source
> (CreativeCommons) templates for children's textbooks that will teach them
> any auxlang.
> >
> > The actions should be the following:
> > 1. We create a template for the children's textbook (any format will do:
> Google presentation/document, wiki-page)
> > 2. We add pictures and text to it. All the titles will be in English at
> first.
> > 3. Now every auxlanger can copy this template and replace all the titles
> with it's own language.
> >
> >
> > The auxlangers' community seems to be split. Almost everyone is
> developing their own project. So let's unite for this project!