Spring 2023 - INLG 333 A370
Indigenous Language Intermediate Level Proficiency I (3)
Class Number: 8200
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:Completion of Certificate in Indigenous Language Proficiency; or with permission of instructor.
Aimed at building conversational and narrative fluency and proficiency in a particular Indigenous language. Taught through a “stay in the language” approach through authentic practice of traditional skills and knowledge, as well as everyday communication in both written and oral form. Students may retake this course with focus on a different Indigenous language. Students with credit for FNLG 333 may not take this course for further credit.
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