BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

NADU-122 - Nadut'en Language Vocabulary in Place & Socio-Spatial Context I - 3.00 Credits

NADU-122 - Nadut'en Language Vocabulary in Place & Socio-Spatial Context I - 3.00 Credits

Course Details
This course provides students with foundational immersion learning tools following the three principles of (a) leaving English behind, (b) relating to everything and every action in Nadut'en language and (c) re-learning the world in Nadut'en language. Fluent Nadut'en language speakers engage students in activities focused on increasing the interactive use of Nadut'en language in selected topics including (a) workplace action and description sentences and phrases, (b) school or place of learning action and description sentences and phrases, (c) gatherings (formal, feast, ceremonies, and meetings). (d) action and description sentences and phrases and (e) elders home visits, action and description sentences and phrases will be given.
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  • UNIVERSITY TRANSFER Department
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