18 Lakeview Dr.
M'Chigeeng, ON P0P1G0
This page last updated: August, 21, 2019
The goal of this program is to develop proficiency in conversational Anishinaabemowin in learners at Lakeview School in M'Chigeeng First Nation.
The ARP team has been diligently working; recording elders in the community, translating old stories into Anishinaabemowin, and then rendering those into curricular resources.
Interested in piloting this project in your school? Upon receiving a signed user agreement, you will receive the first year of curriculum resources.
This includes daily lesson plans and digital files for printing. Lessons can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners. Units can be built upon for immersion or secondary school settings and you can adjust the pace of the program if you are limited on time. Contact Clarice for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
"Ngwetaani-maamiikwendam waabndamaanh zhaazhi gaa-zhitoowat gonda Anishinaabemowin Revival Program. Mii maanda dnawa “naakmachgan” nendwendaagok wii-gshkitoowaat binoojiinyik maapiich wiinwaa go nshike wii-gaazhbiisdoowaat waa-kidwaat."
I'm so thrilled to see what the ARP has made already. This is the kind of framework needed for children to eventually be able to, on their own, string sentences together [to express] what they want to say.
- Dr. Maryann Corbiere