• Projects for all classes:
     
     
    Semester 1 Projects: 
     
    Written paper and oral presentation:
     
    Protect 1: Self Story
    Assigned Date: Aug. 12th
    Due Date: Oct. 4th (both paper and presentation)
    The month of October, presentation is open to everyone to present. 
     
    PART 1: (200 pts.)
    Write a three to five page paper about yourself in your Native language (Navajo). The paper may be typed or hand written. Typed paper should have Times New Roman Navajo, 12 point font and double spaced. If it is hand written, your writing has to be legible. No cursive nor sloppy hand writing.  Navajo introduction is a must.
     
     
    PART 2: (300 pts.) 
    Oral presentation should be a minimum of 10 minutes long and in your Native language (Navajo). Voice should be nice and loud for your audience. Take time to practice presenting yourself.
     
    **Navajo History/Government: Papers (5 pages) and presentation (5 minutes) are in English. But know your four clans in Navajo. Presentation in Navajo is 5 minutes. 
     
     
    Project 2: Cultural Theme 
     
    Assigned DateAug. 12th
    Due Date: Dec. 6th (both paper and presentation)
    The month of November, presentation is open to everyone to present. 
     
    PART 1: (200 pts.) 
    Write a five or more page research paper about Navajo Culture Theme (hogan, basket, cultural stories or teaching). Whatever you want to share with your peers. Paper must be typed with three references. Typed paper should have Times New Roman Navajo, 12 point font and double spaced. MLA style format. Need to have a reference paper added to your paper. 
     
    PART 2: (300 pts.) 
    Oral presentation should be a minimum of 10 minutes in English and 3 minutes in your Native language (Navajo). Voice should be nice and loud for your audience. Take time to practice presenting. Navajo introduction is a must.
     
    **Navajo History/Government: Papers (5 pages) and presentation (5 minutes) are in English. But know your four clans in Navajo. Presentation in Navajo is 5 minutes.
     
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    Semester 2 Projects: 
     
    Written and oral presentations:
     
     Project 3: Play Skit
     
    Navajo Language Classes:
    Assigned: Jan. 02, 2018
    Due Date: Part I: 2/07/20, Part II: 3/06/20, Part III: 4/03/20, Final: By 5/08/20.
     
    Write a play. Students will develop a play of their own choice and rewrite the play in Navajo to present to the class. Make sure the play has a moral or a teaching of a lesson to your peers. There should be no violence (war theme, disturbing behavior or scene) in the play. The play should be at least 10 pages long with a minimum of 4 characters per page. There should be a max of 4 students per group. 
     
    Part I: (100 pts.)
    Developing ideas and brainstorming. Writing out the skit or play in English. Should be at least 3/4 to all of it done in English. Some Navajo translations should be started. 
     
    Part II (100 pts.)
    Translation in Navajo should be going and at least 1/2 done in Navajo. Edit and proofread by the instructor. Rewritten or typed out for Final paper. 
     
    Part III: (100 pts.)
    Translation should be all done in Navajo. Final form of the play. Re-edit and proofread and students should be reading their parts together for their performance in front of their peers in class.
     
    Final: (500 pts.)
    Presenting the play to the class. This will be open to students upon finishing their plays. Depends on students' readiness.  
     
     
    Navajo Government: Reflection Paper
    Assigned: Jan. 02, 2018
    Due Date: RP 1: 2/07, RP 2: 3/06, RP 3: 4/03, RP 4: 5/01
     
    ALL RELECTION PAPERS: (100 pts.)
     
    Your reflection paper should be 2 full pages typed or neatly written. It should have the highlights of the meeting that you have attended and your own opinion on the issues that were being discussed during the meeting. The meetings that you may attend are: Flagstaff City Hall meeting or your local chapter house meeting. If there is any agenda papers please attached it to your paper.  
     
     
    Final Research:
    Assigned Date: