I am wondering if a new content type could be created by adapting the features of existing content types, 'dialog cards' and 'match the words'
I work with a First Nations school in Canada, where the Nation's language, Hul'q'umín'um' is taught. Many First Nations schools in Canada teach their Nations language.
While teaching, an effort is made to only use the Hul'q'umín'um' language.
Using the visual and audio tools availabe in H5P's 'dialog cards' , as well as the text matching tools in the 'match the words" content types would provide ways of reinforcing the language relying on recordings of individual words, images representing the work and the word written in Hul'q'umín'um'.
A language card could present an image, and offer a audio playback. A selection of words could be offered that are dragged to the card to select the word matching the image and recording.
An alternative way of reinfiorcing could be to offer a set of images with audio recordings that could be dragged or selected to match a specific word.
Using the "speak the words" content type to reinforce a written word and/or a image representing the word be interesting, but I don't know how additional languages can be used with 'speak the words"
The Hul'q'umín'um' written language uses apostrophes to guide pronunciation.
Other First Nation languages in Canada use syllabics