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American Indian Language Development Institute (June, 1995)

begay@ccit.arizona.edu
Mon, 2 Jan 1995 13:45:41 -0700

Announcing The 16th Annual
American Indian Language Development Institute
The University of Arizona, Tucson, June 5 - June 30, 1995
1995 Theme:
Tradition and Technology: Weaving the Future of Indigenous Languages

The University of Arizona, College of Education and American Indian
Studies, will host the 1995 American Indian Language Development Institute
(AILDI). Offering 6 graduate or undergraduate credit hours, the AILDI
involves linguists, tribal elders, bilingual/ESL specialists, teachers,
aides and school administrators in an integrated, holistic learning
experience. All courses lead toward regular degree programs and toward
bilingual and ESL endorsements.

1995 SUMMER COURSES/TOPICS:
* Computers and Media for * Creative Writing & Publishing in
Native Language Curriculum Indigenous Languages
Development
* Producing Oral Histories for * Language and Culture in American
the Bilingual Classroom Indian Education
* Linguistics for Native American * Parent-School Relations...Weaving
Communities Home and School
* Math & Science in First & * American Indian Literatures
Second Languages
* Native Languages of North America

COURSES FULFILL GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AND BILINGUAL/ESL REQUIREMENTS.
DEGREE ADVISEMENT IS PROVIDED. FOLLOW-UP ARRANGED FOR ALL CLASSES.

SPECIAL WORKSHOPS & GUEST SPEAKERS: Guest speakers and discussion sessions
will focus on the 1995 theme: weaving technology with tradition to promote
indigenous languages and cultures. Join us for an exciting summer program!

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Stipends for housing and expenses are available.

COSTS AND LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS: Approximately $595 tuition for 6 credit
hours; plus additional housing costs ($275-$800); books ($75); and meals
(on your own). Campus housing and privately owned apartments with cooking
and family facilities can be arranged.

The University of Arizona
An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

To receive registration and additional information, please complete and
return the form below
--------------------------(cut along dotted line)-----------------------

Name:

Mailing Address:

City:

State:

ZIP:

Country (other than USA):

Daytime Phone:

Your employment position & school:

Return to: Karen Francis-Begay, AILDI Coordinator
University of Arizona
Department of Language, Reading and Culture
College of Education
Tucson, AZ 85721

or call (602)621-1068

or e-mail "kfranbe@ccit.arizona.edu"

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