Fall 2019 - FNLG 435 A110
Topics in First Nations Language II (3)
Class Number: 11006
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:LING 220, FNLG 332 (or LING 332) or permission of instructor. Recommended: LING 360, FNLG 431 and 432.
Content varies as required by First Nations language communities or learners. Usually focuses on advanced level topics on structural aspects of a particular First Nations language, emphasizing language learning and teaching. Students may repeat this course for further credit under a different topic. Students who have completed LING 435 for a designated topic may not complete this course for further credit for the same designated topic
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