Make sure you have read pages 58, 60-62 and 96-97.
Review the definition of “cultural revitalization” in your seminar notes. Choose ONE of the three case studies provided and complete the attached chart in bullet form. Use internet research, your textbook and links provided to find the required information.
CASE STUDY #1 – Nunavut – efforts to revitalize Inuit language and culture http://www.tusaalanga.ca/splash Tusaalanga (Inuit language learning) http://www.pirurvik.ca/en/programs Pirurvik Centre (explore the different programs they have to revitalize Inuit culture) http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2013/09/02/nunavuts_battle_to_preserve_inuit_languages.html Nunavut’s battle to preserve Inuit languages (Toronto Star article) http://www.kativik.qc.ca/en/inuktitut-computer-games Inuktitut computer games (Kativik School Board)
CASE STUDY #2 – Canada – efforts to revitalize Metis language and culture http://www.learnmichif.com/ Learn Michif (Metis Nation BC)
http://www.metisresourcecentre.mb.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=6 Metis Cultural and Heritage Resource Centre (Manitoba) http://bcmetis.com/2013/06/metis-culture-showcased-on-national-aboriginal-day/ BC Metis Summer of Culture http://www.albertametis.com/MNAHome/Home.aspx Metis Nation of Alberta (explore the website to see what they do to promote Metis identity) https://gdins.org/ Gabriel Dumont Institute, Saskatchewan
http://www.backtobatoche.org/metis-national-anthem.php Batoche - Metis National Anthem
CASE STUDY #3 – British Columbia – efforts to revitalize the Haida Nation language and culture http://projectgwaii.ca/ Project Gwaii
http://www.haidanation.ca/Pages/HL_topstories/top_stories4.html Council of the Haida Nation http://ravencallingproductions.ca/language.php Raven Calling Productions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSGzkAJ5GUA Traditional Haida Story from Haidawood Project (stop-motion, with sub-titles) http://www.haidaheritagecentre.com/ Haida...
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