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Living legends: Adapting centuries-old Lakota stories for use in contemporary educational settings

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Title:Living legends: Adapting centuries-old Lakota stories for use in contemporary educational settings
Authors:Broadwell, George Aaron
Santiago, Janet Chávez
Curiel, Laura
Flores-Marcial, Xóchitl M.
Guzmán, Moisés García
show 13 moreJuárez, Noél Alejandro García
Sernas, Rogelio Hernández
Kadlecek,Eloise
Kawan-Hemler, Collin
Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle
Lopez, Felipe H.
Matías, Edith
Molina, Yaneth
Plumb, May Helena
Gomes, Aurora Sanches
Santiago, Ignacio
Sernas, Sandra
Velasco-Vasquez, Maria
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Date Issued:06 Mar 2021
Relation:https://youtu.be/xfAychzJkHQ
Description:This paper details how our immersion program has edited and tailored transcriptions of traditional Lakota stories from the pre-reservation era for use as learning materials by new generations of Lakota learners. Furthermore, this can be a model for such adaptation in other language regions.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/74467
Appears in Collections: 7th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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