AP/INDG 2070 6.00
Introduction to Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe)
The Ojibwe language is based on a worldview that everything is alive; it is a descriptive language which describes things in terms of their relationship with the universe. For that reason, the cultural matrix in which the language is embedded must be part of the learning process. A text will be used for students to acquire background information, while in class, students will learn pronunciation, and an introduction to the Ojibwe grammar structure.