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Mohawk Language

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Mohawk Language

Mohawk Language

LMNBO1 Native Languages: Mohawk, Level 2, Grade 9 (Open)

This course will enable students to experience the unique respect for life that permeates Native languages and cultures. Students will expand their vocabulary and knowledge of phrases and expressions, using them in simple dialogues, narrative writing, grammatical constructions, and reading, and to exchange information electronically. This course is open to any student who has successfully completed at least four years of elementary Native languages study, or demonstrates the required proficiency
Prerequisite: Native Languages, Level 1(elementary school) or demonstrated the required proficiency

LMNCO1 Native Languages: Mohawk, Level 3, Grade 10 (Open)

This course will provide students an opportunity to expand their knowledge of a Native language and of Native philosophy, spirituality, and values, and to enhance their identity and self- worth. Students will communicate by using a variety of phrases and expressions, create short conversations, skits, stories, and narratives, use information technology, and develop an awareness of the structural and functional workings of a Native language.
Prerequisite: LNMBO1 Native Languages, Level 2, Open or demonstrated the required proficiency

LMNDO1 Native Languages: Mohawk, Level 4, Grade 11 (Open)

This course will provide students with opportunities to further develop their knowledge of a Native language and of Native philosophy, spirituality, and values, and to enhance their sense of identity and self-worth. Students will increase their vocabulary and improve their facility in using idioms, and will use the Native language to analyse literature, discuss various issues that affect the local community, and exchange information electronically.
Prerequisite: Native Languages, Level 3, Open, or demonstrated proficiency

LMNEO1 Native Languages: Mohawk, Level 5, Grade 12 (Open)

This course provides students with opportunities to increase their knowledge of a Native language and culture. Students will increase their vocabulary; use complex language patterns and formal language;and use the Native language to analyse literature, discuss issues (e.g., economic development, personal development), and study Native customs, traditions, and world views. They will examine differences in dialects while communicating with others electronically.
Prerequisite: Native Languages, Level 4 Open or demonstrat ed proficiency

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