Waadookodaading
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Waadookodaading

Ojibwe Language Immersion School
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John Ahni Schertow
November 8, 2015
 

“Waadookodading” shows how an Ojibwe immersion school integrates the tradition of sugaring into their curriculum. Keller Paap, a teacher, and Brooke Ammann, the school director, explain the importance of students learning Ojibwe language in this way.

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