AIS 313 A: American Indian Language-Salish

Autumn 2022
Meeting:
TTh 1:30pm - 3:20pm / THO 125
SLN:
10197
Section Type:
Lecture
Instructor:
SOUTHERN LUSHOOTSEED LANGUAGE NO PREREQUISITES. STUDENTS OF ALL MAJORS AND LEVELS WELCOME. FULFILLS FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREME ESPECIALLY GOOD FOR NON-TRADITIONAL LEARNERS - LEARN THROUGH GAMES LIKE BINGO AND STORYTELLING. NO FINAL EXAMS. LEARN THE LANGUAGE SPOKEN BY THE NATIVE PEOPLES IN THIS AREA. MORE INFO: HTTPS://AIS.WASHINGTON.EDU/COURSES/ 022/AUTUMN/AIS/313/A
Catalog Description:
General historical overview of the Southern Lushootseed language and the geographical areas. Review of the sound system and the basic structure. Students acquire the ability to read, speak, and write the language through phrases of communication. Grammatical inclusion primarily focuses on roots and prefixes with discussions expanding the concepts of thought and understanding. Offered: A.
Credits:
5.0
Status:
Active
Last updated:
June 21, 2024 - 1:28 pm