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Due Date: 

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Please make sure all assignments are passed in before the mid term test.

Due Date: 

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

MKL 10

Very grateful for the opportunity to use this webpage to augment my teaching of these courses.  It's all new to me, but as with all technology I'm very open to use this medium to reach students, whether it's about assignments, upcoming tests, or school events involving any of my classes.

Law 12 is a survey course that introduces students to the concept of law and the role that it plays in society.  The course is generally divided into the following four sections:  foundations of law, criminal law, civil law, and family law.

The pre-requisite for MKL 12 is either MKL 10 or 11.  A student entering this course must be able to read and write in Mi'kmaq in the Smith-Francis Orthography. 

This course is a step up from MKL 10 and therefore students taking this course must have a basic literacy in the Smith-Francis Orthography.  Focus shifts to more of a conversational course with a focus on advanced verb structure. 

Mi'kmaq Language 10 is an introduction to reading and writing in Mi'kmaq using the Smith-Francis system of writing (or orthography). The course begins with a review of the Mi'kmaq alphabet, with a concentration of vowels.  Also included in this course are grammar units, focusing on blends, preverbs, word roots, new word creation, thematic lists of nouns, events, holidays, animals, food, etc.  Verbs and pronouns make up another unit, which involves conjugation/declension of verbs, transitivity, past, present, future tenses, and dialogue practice. 

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