24.389, Summer Schools: Lakota Summer Institute/Fort Yates, North Dakota USA

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Subject: 24.389, Summer Schools: Lakota Summer Institute/Fort Yates, North Dakota USA

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Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 11:55:07
From: Wilhelm Meya [meya at lakhota.org]
Subject: Lakota Summer Institute/Fort Yates, North Dakota USA

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 Lakota Summer Institute/Fort Yates, North Dakota USA

Host Institution: Sitting Bull College

Website: http://www.regonline.com/builder/site/default.aspx?EventID=1150442

Dates: 03-Jun-2013 - 21-Jun-2013

Location: Fort Yates, North Dakota, USA

Focus: Think the language can’t change your life? You might be surprised…The Lakota Summer Institute will transform you! Become a Lakota speaker, language activist, or teacher and discover the other person you are when you speak Lakota!

Minimum Education Level: No Minimum


Description:
The Lakota Summer Institute is the premier Lakota and Dakota language teacher
professional development event in the country. Since 2007, over 250 teachers
and learners from more than ten reservations and fifteen states have
participated.
Reviews and feedbacks from the LSI training are always exceptional. It is a
professional training experience that has consistently exceeded all
expectations and surpasses all previous training events in terms of depth of
content. Teachers leave LSI feeling empowered with new knowledge, techniques
and tools.
Well-trained LSI teachers and students have a direct impact on the amount of
Lakota and Dakota language successfully taught in the classroom and on
improved test scores.


Linguistic Field(s): 
Anthropological Linguistics
Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Language Documentation

Registration: 17-Jan-2013 to 03-Jun-2013

Contact Person: 
Desire'e Condon
Phone: (701) 854-8587
Fax: (701) 854-2175
Email: dcondon at standingrock.org

Apply on the web: http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventId=1150442

Registration Instructions:
Link to mail-in paper registration form:
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