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RESULTS: 6 ITEMS FOR LANGUAGE Wiradjuri

Wiradjuri [wrh]
Source: Connie Ah See, NSW Ed Dept
The Wiradjuri Nation. Includes activities and materials for Wiradjuri to be used in the classroom.
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Source: Charles Sturt university
A course designed for graduates of the Certificate III in Wiradjuri Language. The course is also offered to students currently enrolled at CSU and to people who work with the Wiradjuri community. See also IKC400 Wiradjuri Culture and Heritage.
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Source: Charles Sturt University
The course provides skills to teach and use the Wiradjuri language in educational and community settings and to work with the Wiradjuri community in culturally appropriate and sensitive ways. The course covers the language, culture, heritage and history of the Wiradjuri nation, and awareness of the difficulties caused by centuries of colonisation, dislocation and dispossession.
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Source: ABC Open Albury-Wodonga
Geoff Anderson and teachers Kerry Gilbert, Ron Wardop and Lionel Lovett tell about new acceptance of the Wiradjuri language and culture in the wider community, and language learning is shown in three Parkes schools.
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Source: ABC
Article about recognition and learning of Wiradjuri in central NSW. In the accompanying video, Geoff Anderson and teachers Kerry Gilbert, Ron Wardop and Lionel Lovett tell about new acceptance in the wider community, and language learning is shown in three Parkes schools.
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Source: Yindyamarra
Yindyamarra speaks a formal welcome in Wiradjuri (YouTube video).
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