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    • testimonial - z-LDL 241 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Reading I

      z-LDL 241 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Reading I 

      Course description This course provides an introduction to the methods of process writing as an approach to creating texts in various genres, developing a literary style, and broadening the expression of ideas and concepts in Očhéthi Šakówiŋ. Course textbooks New Lakota Dictionary: Lakȟótiyapi-English / English-Lakȟótiyapi & Incorporating the Dakota Dialects of Yankton- Yanktonai & Santee-Sisseton. Edited by Jan F. Ullrich. Lakota Language Consortium, Bloomington, 2011.

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    • testimonial - z-LDL 242 Discursive Narrative and Recording

      z-LDL 242 Discursive Narrative and Recording 

      Course description This course provides students with the opportunity to create and record a narrative in Očhéthi Šakówiŋ.

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    • testimonial - z-LDL 243 Field Methods and Transcription I

      z-LDL 243 Field Methods and Transcription I 

      Course description An essential part of language revitalization is the documentation of the language. This is dependent on effective field methods and reliable transcription of recorded texts. This course is designed to teach recording language data from native speakers and transcribing them. Course textbooks New Lakota Dictionary: Lakȟótiyapi-English / English-Lakȟótiyapi & Incorporating the Dakota Dialects of Yankton- Yanktonai & Santee-Sisseton. Edited by Jan F. Ullrich. Lakota Language Consortium, Bloomington, 2011.

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    • testimonial - z-LDL 251 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Song and Dance

      z-LDL 251 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Song and Dance 

      Course description This course will provide an introduction to the music and dance of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ. The course will include the traditional repertory, cultural context of musical and dance performance, musical styles and song types, dance styles, and study of dance regalia. Some comparative materials from other Native American tribes will be included. Required textbooks Lakota Song and Dance. Black Bear, Benjamin Sr. , Theisz, Ronnie. Sinte Gleska Press, 1984.

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    • z-LDL 341 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Reading II

      z-LDL 341 Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Reading II 

      Course description This course offers an in-depth examination of reading as a method of learning and teaching a second language. The course focuses on assessing reading ability; building comprehension; and the relationship between readings skills and general language competence. Course textbooks New Lakota Dictionary: Lakȟótiyapi-English / English-Lakȟótiyapi & Incorporating the Dakota Dialects of Yankton- Yanktonai & Santee-Sisseton. Edited by Jan F. Ullrich. Lakota Language Consortium, Bloomington, 2011.

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    • z-LDL 350 Neologism Development I

      z-LDL 350 Neologism Development I 

      Course description This course focuses on the process of creating new vocabulary and expressions in Očhéthi Šakówiŋ, through exploration and identification of the traditional methods employed inOčhéthi Šakówiŋ word development Course textbooks New Lakota Dictionary: Lakȟótiyapi-English / English-Lakȟótiyapi & Incorporating the Dakota Dialects of Yankton- Yanktonai & Santee-Sisseton. Edited by Jan F. Ullrich. Lakota Language Consortium, Bloomington, 2011.

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