SAULT STE. MARIE – A group of adult Anishinaabemowin learners have convinced their teacher to give them more homework.
After completion of a series of eight language immersion sessions at Algoma University, instructor Barbara Nolan agreed to provide a follow-up session this fall. Students will provide pictures and stories of everyday activities for discussions in Anishinaabemowin. The group is exploring options for developing a continuing immersion program.
“The language is part of us,” said Marion Seymour, “It makes us whole.”
An open meeting to discuss potential Nishinaabe Language training was scheduled for July 18th, 9:30 a.m. at Algoma University Student Lounge
Immersion class participants, from left, rear: Bill Pine, Alice Corbiere, Mary O’Donnell, Barbara Burns, Barbara Nolan, Margaret Hele. Front, left: Marian Seymour, Roseanna McCoy, Alanna Jones.