All that we know grows from the words of our ances

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All that we know and all of our relationships grows from the words of our ancestors — that is the guiding principle at First People’s Cultural Council’s (FPCC) Indigenous language programsThe Star that Ontario is pushin.

Sofia Terbasket-Funmaker is one of the many language learners dedicated to breathing life into her language, and passing it on to future generations.

Funmaker is a Ns start having these conversations,?syilx?narenas? language learner and teacher whose roots are Sylix, Anishinaabe0a6f3987-cf5a-4fcf-9904-f23652e206ee, and Ho-chunk. She’s dedicating her time to language immersion and expanding curriculum resourcesCalgary. She uses standardized curriculum for classes at the Sylix Language HousearticleRelatedInlinePrimary, and is designing her own project-based methodologies on the side.

She spent last summer working as a language nest assistant working with a small group of children aged two to five.

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