Ojibwe (OJB)

OJB 1111 -  Beginning Ojibwe Language and Culture I   - 4 cr.  

A two-part sequence in beginning Ojibwemowin, implementing the double-vowel system. These courses introduce students to seasonal cultural practices as well as pronunciation, spelling and the usage of basic verbs and nouns (animate and inanimate) in a simple sentence.

Equivalent Course: OJB 1102
OJB 1112 -  Beginning Ojibwe Language and Culture II (Foundations : VFWL - World Language)  - 4 cr.  

A two-part sequence in beginning Ojibwemowin, implementing the double-vowel system. These courses introduce students to seasonal cultural practices as well as pronunciation, spelling and the usage of basic verbs and nouns (animate and inanimate) in a simple sentence.

Prerequisite Courses: C- or higher in OJB 1111, placement exam or consent of instructor.
Equivalent Course: OJB 1104
OJB 1777 -  Topics   - 0-4 cr.  

Topics.

OJB 1999 -  Independent Study   - 1-4 cr.  

Independent study.

OJB 2201 -  Intermediate Ojibwe Language & Culture I   - 4 cr.  

Explore and continue to learn grammar and culture of the Ojibwe. Dig deeper into concepts of traditional and seasonal practices while learning new forms of verbs. Complex grammatical structures become prominent as we dive into more complex conversations. We will be focussing on four main topics throughout the season. These topics will help you to converse and respond adequately to others about topics. While conversing about family and relationships, we will be going over structures such as possession and object noun use pertaining to VTI and VTA. In this way, grammar and discussion will be intermingled throughout the class. This course aims to further strengthen communication abilities and achieve broader knowledge of Ojibwe culture, expression, and worldview.

OJB 2202 -  Intermediate Ojibwe Language & Culture II   - 4 cr.  

Dive deeper into traditional and seasonal practices while learning new forms of verbs pertaining to Ojibwemowin. Complex grammatical structures become prominent as grammatical structures become more complex. We will be focussing on four main topics throughout the season. In addition to the four topics, we will be focussing on the skills needed to respond to them and how to elaborate on student responses. This course aims to not only further strengthen communication abilities, but also teaches complex grammatical structures pertaining to the advanced coursework.

OJB 2777 -  Topics in Ojibwe Language   - 1-4 cr.  

Topics.

OJB 2999 -  Independent Study   - 0-4 cr.  

Independent Study.

OJB 3777 -  Ojibwe course   - 0-4 cr.  

Topics.

OJB 3999 -  Independent Study   - 0-4 cr.  

Independent Study.

OJB 4777 -  Independent Study   - 0-4 cr.  

Topics.

OJB 4999 -  Independent Study   - 1-4 cr.  

Independent Study.