understand and interpret the Michif language as a connected set of ideas
Indicators for this outcome
(a) explains electronically or in person, short and simple oral excerpts from the oral tradition of the people, relating to areas of local lifestyles in the past and present (histories, biographies, moral stories, songs including entertainment stories);
(b) presents oral forms of simple and short contemporary Michif reflections, such as songs, short entertaining films, short stories, recipes using land foods;
(c) uses language for fun (e.g., express humour, figures of speech literally (illustrate or present short skits, perform songs, chants, dances, or short plays);
(d) uses language creatively and for aesthetic purposes (write simple sentences creating situations in a different time or place);
(e) uses language for personal enjoyment (create songs, chants, or word games);
(f) shares and explains examples of short and simple excerpts using stories from the oral tradition;
(g) responds to the main point and some supporting details of oral texts on a variety of familiar topics guided by the teacher using graphic organizer or flow chart or technology; and,
(h) discusses selected topics providing some details to support main idea.
Teaching Sacred Language Curriculum (Book and Flashcards)
This curriculum, developed from a First Nations perspective, provides a framework of strategies and tools to enable holistic language learning. This model will work with any Indigenous language and incorporates methodologies such as Accelerated Second Language Acquisition (ASLA), Total Physical Response (TPR) and elements of the standard roman orthography (SRO) and modified roman orthography (MRO) systems. Included are assessments based on traditional ways of knowing and monthly charts for language acquisition routines throughout the year. The curriculum book and 305 flashcards may be purchased as a single bundle or separately.
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Record posted/updated: August 19, 2022