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Updated 2012-2013 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

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Ojibwe Courses

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OJIB 1100 Ojibwe Culture (4 credits)

Surveys aspects of Ojibwe culture and history from pre-contact to the present. Liberal Education Goal Areas 6 & 7. (Might not be offered every year)
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OJIB 1111 Elementary Ojibwe I (4 credits)

The language of the Ojibwe with an emphasis on oral-aural skills as well as non-linguistic aspects of cultural background and surroundings. Prerequisite: Please consult with program faculty. Liberal Education Goal Area 8
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OJIB 1112 Elementary Ojibwe II (4 credits)

The language of the Ojibwe with an emphasis on oral-aural skills as well as non-linguistic aspects of cultural background and surroundings. Prerequisite: OJIB 1111 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 8
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OJIB 2211 Intermediate Ojibwe I (4 credits)

The language of the Ojibwe with continued emphasis on oral-aural skills as well as non-linguistic aspects of cultural background and surroundings. Prerequisite: OJIB 1112 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 8
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OJIB 2212 Intermediate Ojibwe II (4 credits)

The language of the Ojibwe with continued emphasis on oral-aural skills as well as non-linguistic aspects of cultural background and surroundings. Prerequisite: OJIB 2211 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 8
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OJIB 3213 Ojibwe Oral Literature (4 credits)

Students meet for the first several weeks to discuss, learn, and be tested on their knowledge of Ojibwe oral literature and methodologies for its collection. The last several weeks of the course are designed for students to meet, record, transcribe, translate, and analyze oral literature that they themselves collect from fluent speakers in the region. Guidance will be given at all stages. Prerequisite: OJIB 2212 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 6 (Might not be offered every year)
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OJIB 3311 Advanced Ojibwe I (4 credits)

Continued development of all skills in Ojibwe with special attention to grammar and oral tradition. Prerequisite: OJIB 2212 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 7 & 8
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OJIB 3312 Advanced Ojibwe II (4 credits)

Continued development of all skills in Ojibwe with special attention to grammar and oral tradition. Prerequisite: OJIB 3311 or consent of instructor. Liberal Education Goal Area 8
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OJIB 3400 Instruction of Ojibwe Language (4 credits)

Students meet for the first several weeks to discuss, learn, and be tested on their knowledge of Ojibwe curriculum, teaching strategies, and grammar paradigms. The last several weeks of the course are designed for students to develop their own lesson plans or methodological research on the instruction of the Ojibwe language. Guidance will be given at all stages. Prerequisite: OJIB 3312 or consent of instructor. (Might not be offered every year)
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OJIB 4430 Ojibwe Grammar and Linguistics (1 credits)

The application of knowledge from ML 3430 Linguistics to the Ojibwe language. Intensive grammar review as needed. Emphasis on aspects of the language that enhance the teaching of Ojibwe to English-speaking students. Prerequisite: OJIB 3312 or consent of instructor.
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