Language Project

Language Project

Language Project

Language Project

Turtle Mountain Language Project

Turtle Mountain Language Project

The Turtle Mountain Language Project is a grant-funded initiative through the Administration for Native Americans (ANA). The purpose of the Turtle Mountain Language Project is to work toward Ojibwe language revitalization efforts in and around the Turtle Mountain area. 

The Turtle Mountain Language Project seeks to build language fluency and awareness through three main objectives:

  1. To increase the number of fluent speakers within the Turtle Mountain Community through a Master-Apprentice program;
  2. To create language materials for use within the community;
  3. To build a preschool language curriculum.

 

Master Speaker

Corrine Houle

corrinehoule@tm.edu

Contact

Alixena Patnaude

Program Coordinator

701-477-7862 ext. 2107

apatnaude@tm.edu

Language Project

Language Project

Language Project

Language Project

Turtle Mountain Language Project

Turtle Mountain Language Project

The Turtle Mountain Language Project is a grant-funded initiative through the Administration for Native Americans (ANA). The purpose of the Turtle Mountain Language Project is to work toward Ojibwe language revitalization efforts in and around the Turtle Mountain area. 

The Turtle Mountain Language Project seeks to build language fluency and awareness through three main objectives:

  1. To increase the number of fluent speakers within the Turtle Mountain Community through a Master-Apprentice program;
  2. To create language materials for use within the community;
  3. To build a preschool language curriculum.

 

Master Speaker

Corrine Houle

corrinehoule@tm.edu

Contact

Alixena Patnaude

Program Coordinator

701-477-7862 ext. 2107

apatnaude@tm.edu