ILF - 104 Kwak’wala Immersion 4 3 Credit(s)
Intensive Kwak’wala language instruction will draw on local Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing and being in an Indigenous language immersion setting at the intermediate level that builds on ILF 103. The units will draw on a wide variety of culturally relevant activities conducted through the lens of language to explore the essential relationship between Kwak’wala and identity, place (including land and sea), wellness, and roles and responsibilities. Students will build oral and aural skills through experiential activities that are the foundation for place-based, culturally infused learning. This course will provide students with language learning strategies and comprehensible language acquisition methods advantageous for Indigenous language acquisition that will be applied during the intensive, immersive, place-based second term.
Prerequisite(s): B in IFL 103.
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