Fall 2019 - FNLG 334 A500
First Nations Language Intermediate Level Proficiency II (3)
Class Number: 11003
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:Completion of Certificate in First Nations Language Proficiency including FNLG 333 (or as corequisite); or permission of instructor.
Continuation of First Nations language proficiency intermediate level I builds further conversational and narrative fluency and proficiency in a designated First Nations language. Taught through a “stay in the language” approach involving practice of traditional culture-based and everyday skills in a language. Students may retake this course with focus on a different First Nations language.
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