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|Innu-aimun mak innu-aitun (English)||File|
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This series of pedagogical activities (i.e., lesson plans) focus on teaching Innu-Aimun (the Innu language) to children in Early Childhood Education (ECE), kindergarten for 4-year-olds, and kindergarten for 5-year-olds. There are four different activities in this series, which can be spread over a school year, according to the calendars of each community. The series, when taken as a whole, aims to support learning in young children by creating connections between the different activities.
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