The CILLDI 2018 Summer School ran from July 9 to 27 at the beautiful University of Alberta North Campus. 94 students enrolled in 16 classes in the Linguistics, Elementary Education, Native Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Block I Courses

July 9-18

Introduction to Linguistic Analysis for Indigenous Language Revitalization (CLC)

LING 111

Morphosyntax of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 212

Ethnography and Language Revitalization - Understanding Social Aspects of Working with Endangered Languages

LING 311/ANTHR 385

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 19-27

Phonetics of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 211

Sentence and Discourse Patterns of Indigenous Languages (CLC)

LING 213

Creating Indigenous Language Textbooks for Adult Learners

LING 311

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

Leadership in Language and Culture Education

EDEL 496/595