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Teaching Methods

For anyone who would like to teach Dakota/Lakota, whether you are fluent or not!

Description

This series of Teaching Methods courses may be taken in combination with any other courses or on their own. You will gain an understanding of students' needs in language learning, and an appreciate of proven language pedagogies. Click Show Sessions to see the learning objectives of each week.

You will get to know these methods through a combination of class observation, theory discussion, and hands-on practice. This course is designed for anyone who would like to teach Dakota/Lakota, whether you are fluent or not.

Prerequisites

None

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