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Tewatenweiest: Owira’neha Tsi Kanonsote: Nurturing and language learning in a Mohawk language nest

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Title:Tewatenweiest: Owira’neha Tsi Kanonsote: Nurturing and language learning in a Mohawk language nest
Authors:Okura, Eve
Shenandoah, Emma Kawetahiho
Lazore, Waheson Lauren
Margaret Kahtehrahkwas Chubb, Margaret
Thompson, Alice (Tota)
Contributors:Okura, Eve (speaker)
Shenandoah, Emma Kawetahiho (speaker)
Lazore, Waheson Lauren (speaker)
Margaret Kahtehrahkwas Chubb, Margaret (speaker)
Thompson, Alice (Tota) (speaker)
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Date Issued:03 Mar 2017
Description:In this paper we discuss our Mohawk language nest and how it runs. We also discuss a study we conducted to assess children’s acquisition in the language nest. We also provide an overview of the Mohawk language situation in the community.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41964
Appears in Collections: 5th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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