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Alaska Native Heritage Center Follow-Up Training 2018

WAYK returns to the Alaska Native Heritage Center for our third follow-up training with their Yup’ik and Iñupiaq teaching teams. In preparation for this training, the WAYK team has visited both Yup’ik and Iñupiaq language classes offered as part of ANHC’s current project. This training will continue to focus on incorporating WAYK Techniques into the other language teaching… Read more »

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Layering WAYK with Other Immersion Methods

I was first acquainted with WAYK in 2015, attending a Lingít language circle put on at the University of Alaska Anchorage. I really liked the technique as a way to make language learning fun and to facilitate immersion in a language circle setting. After being introduced to WAYK, I worked at the Alaska Native Heritage… Read more »

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Alaska Native Heritage Center Follow Up Training

WAYK returns to the Alaska Native Heritage Center for a follow-up training with their Yup’ik and Iñupiaq teaching teams. In preparation for this training, the WAYK team has visited classes to determine what elements of WAYK will be most helpful for teachers in the final year of their grant. This training will focus on incorporating WAYK Techniques… Read more »

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Report from the Road: Alaska Native Heritage Center

The WAYK team returned to the Alaska Native Heritage Center in late April for a week-long workshop. The ANHC has hosted WAYK on several occasions over the past four years, and this time the workshop was for speakers and learners of Yup’ik and Inupiaq as they embark on a three-year language project funded by the… Read more »

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Alaska Native Heritage Center Introductory WAYK Workshop

This introductory WAYK workshop will focus on techniques that can be used inside and outside of the classroom.  The workshop is designed to support the beginning of ANHC’s three-year project with Yup’ik and Inupiaq.