The CILLDI 2017 Summer School ran from July 10 to 28 at the beautiful University of Alberta North Campus. A record 87 students enrolled in 13 classes in the Linguistics, Elementary Education, Native Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Block I Courses

July 10-19


Introduction to Linguistic Analysis for Indigenous Language Revitalization (CLC)

LING 111


Morphosyntax of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 212


Language Policy & Planning for Indigenous Language Communities (CLC)

INT-D 311


Introduction to Indigenous Language and Literacy Development

EDEL 306


Sustaining Language and Culture through Traditional Knowledge and Practices

EDEL 460/595


Second Language Acquisition: Teaching Indigenous Languages in an Immersion Context

EDEL 461/595


Cree Immersion for Adult Beginners

NS 103





Block II Courses

July 20-28


Phonetics of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 211


Sentence and Discourse Patterns of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 213


Technologies for Endangered Language Documentation (CLC)

INT-D 318


Developing Class Materials and Curriculum for Indigenous Languages

EDEL 462/595


Assessment in Indigenous Language Classrooms

EDEL 463/595


Literacy and Drama in Indigenous Language Education

EDEL 496/595