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This three-day workshop will be held in Chiloquin, OR and will target Klamath tribal members. The workshop will focus on learning terms in maqlaqsyals for everyday use. The workshop also has family and other community themes each day. Using games, hands on exercises, small groups and a team approach to learning, workshop participants will learn language and develop skills for conversational practice.
Location: goos oLgi gowa Community Center on Highway 62, Chiloquin, OR
Schedule: The workshop will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 4:30 pm (with an hour lunch break) all three days.
Instructor – Joseph Dupris, M.A., Klamath-Modoc tribal member and University of Arizona Ph.D. student will lead the workshop.
Stipends – AILDI will award up to fifteen $100 stipends to help defray the cost of attending the workshop. To be considered for the stipend an online registration form must be submitted. The stipends will be awarded after successful completion of the workshop.
If more than 15 register, AILDI will conduct a lottery (prior to the workshop) to determine which participants will be eligible to receive one of the 15 stipends.
Registration: Deadline for registrations is August 9, 2019.
The workshop is supported with funds provided by The Klamath Tribes and The Endangered Languages Fund. Administrative support is provided by the American Indian Language Development Institute (AILDI). For further information, contact Joseph Dupris (email@example.com) or AILDI at firstname.lastname@example.org