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HALQ-212 - Intensive Halq'emeylem III - 9.00 Credits

HALQ-212 - Intensive Halq'emeylem III - 9.00 Credits

Course Details
Intensive Halq'eméylem III is the third of four intensive courses in the Halq'eméylem language. Students will master their third set of 500 vocabulary items, bringing their total vocabulary up to 1500 high-frequency words in the language, while learning some of the more advanced grammatical patterns in the language. Methodologies are similar to Intensive Level 1 and 2: heavy focus on vocabulary learning, communicative-functional approaches (e.g. dialogues, play-acting), mixed with practice with the grammatical exercises and more advanced focus on the details of pronunciation, and study of a fairly extensive oral narrative.
Part of the:
  • UNIVERSITY TRANSFER Department
  • Prerequisites : HALQ 211,
    Course Outline
    Instructors Qualifications: Related Master's and/or Bachelor's Degree and/or designate of Language authority under auspice of instructor of record.
    Office Hours: 1.5 per week.
    Contact Hours: 135
    Student Evaluation
    Procedure:
    Vocabulary quizzes 20%, Presentation 10%, Class Participation 15%, Midterm (written and oral components) 25%, Final Exam (written and oral components) 30%. Grading procedures follow NVIT policy.
    Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
  • have strong passive knowledge of 1500 vocabulary items;
  • demonstrate active command of those vocabulary items;
  • use their vocabulary to construct novel sentences using the grammatical patterns covered in the course;
  • pronounce the words and phrases at an intermediate level;
  • listen to a story and understand it without any translation into English; and
  • create original written material in the language, including short narrations and stories.
  • Text and Materials: Vocabulary: Third 500 Halq’emeylem Words (digital dictionary and related resources).
    Grammar: S’olh Halq’emeylem, Booklet C.
    TBA [e.g. 'Mink and Ms. Pitch' by Amy Cooper].
    Other Resources: Resources may vary by instructor, an example of texts and materials for this course could include:
    Stó:lô Nation. Sounds of the Stó:lô CD-Rom, (2000).
    Stó:lô Nation. Spirit of the Stó:lô CD-Rom ,(2001).
    First Peoples’ Heritage Council. FirstVoices, www.FirstVoices.ca website (2004).
    Transfer Credits: For more information visit: www.bctransferguide.ca
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