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"Native Languages in Early Childhood Settings — feat. ACF Office of Head Start" | A Resource of ANA

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Published on Nov 10, 2016

Between the ages of 1 and 5 years old, children have amazing propensity for learning complex grammar and vocabularies. This miraculous cognitive capacity makes early childhood the perfect age group to target for projects aiming to revitalize Native Languages. In this national webinar, we'll highlight a project doing just that, Red Cliff Early Childhood Center, using language immersion education techniques and financial support from the Office of Head Start and the Administration for Native Americans. We'll also introduce Head Start resources that you can use to enhance your early childhood Native Language projects.

This session was originally presented on Nov. 10, 2016, by Kaʻānaniʻau LLC, operators of the Pacific Region TTA Center, a Resource of the Administration for Native Americans.

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