Student’s Name Course Instructor Institution Date Indigenous Knowledge and Education Question 1 The purpose of Indian life readers is to educate on the importance of having an education. The readers reflect humanizing pedology. This is because they reinvent education as a to save their language. The question is how did Navajo affect language? Question 5 The question is about immersion. Immersion is a total and complete language-rich environment. This means that in such an environment people always have a way of communication. [...]
Week Learning Objectives • Analyze educational materials and school models • Assess efforts at language revitalization This week's module aligns with course objectives 1, 2, & 3 Required Instructional Materials Videos • Watch Video Lectures. • Watch the Interview Video with Dr. Lloyd Lee Readings • Book: Indigenous Knowledge and Education o Chapter by Lilia Bartolome o Optional reading - Chapter by Marie Battiste • Book: To Remain an Indian o Chapters 5, 6, & 7 • Click on the news web-based links and read the current news stories Activities Discussion 1. What is your impression of the purpose of the Indian Life Readers? Do the Readers reflect humanizing pedagogy? How or how not? 2. How did Rough Rock, Hualapai, or AILDI (choose one) demonstrate community control? 3. Describe how Native people are addressing language loss by sharing an example from the reading. What inspires (or concerns) you in this effort? Reply instructions: 4. 1st Reply - Reply with a comment and a question to one classmate 5. 2nd Reply - Answer a question posed to you in your discussion thread - if no one poses a question to you in your thread, then go back to another member's thread and comment and pose a question to them To complete once in the 8 weeks: Post a group reply that comments on ideas from each group members' posts. Reply on common insights, or unique ideas. Basically, reply on how you perceive the entire group to be responding to the discussion questions. Answer questions 1 through 5 from the reading materials.