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Fall 2019
Jul 25, 2024
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LING 133 - Elem Indig Lang - University of Hawaii at Hilo
Examine formal study of indigenous languages and issues of formal writing systems. For highly fluent native speakers, immersion school students, and others with similar levels of fluency. May be specific to language spoken or systematic attention to target skills with students speaking several different languages. A) Systematic for multiple languages, B) Navajo, C) Chuukese, D) Central Alaskan Yup'ik E) Samoan, F) Other. May be taken again if the sub-letters are different. Pre: LING 102 and fluency in an indigenous or minority autochthonous language appropriate to the sub- letter. NOTE: Fluency in Hawaiian cannot be used to enroll in sub-letter A of this course.

3.000 Credit hours
45.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Hawaiian Language Division
Hawaiian Language Department

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