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NMC2009: Good! ¡ Bien! ¡Ütz! - Maya Language Learning from Guatemala to Tulane

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Presentation for the New Media Consortium's 2009 "Five Minutes of Fame"

Presentation for the New Media Consortium's 2009 "Five Minutes of Fame"

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  • 1. Good! ¡Bien! ¡Ütz!
    Maya Language Learningfrom Guatemala to TulaneMarie Carianna Derek Toten
  • 2. Origins
    Overview
    U.S. Department of Education
    Title 6, National Resource Center
  • 3. Origins
    grants awarded
    2003 & 2005
    Promote the study of Less Commonly Taught Languages ofLatin America
    Kaqchikel Maya
    Spoken in the Guatemalan highlands, Lake Atitlan region
  • 4. OxlajujAj
    Since the 1980s: six-week Kaqchikel Maya language and cultureimmersion course
    Dr. Judie Maxwell
    Tulane Linguist & Cultural Anthropologist
  • 5. Q’anil
    Self-paced, Flash-based language-learning environment to teach Kaqchikel Maya
    Produce in Guatemalawith native Kaqchikelspeakers
    Design for duallanguage instruction:English and Spanish
  • 6. Content configured for CD-ROM and online deliveryhttp://ekaqchikel.tulane.edu(site active in late July 2009)
  • 7. Production
    Production trips to Guatemala each summer
    • Post-production & application design in spring & fall
    • 8. Produce FOUR modules
    • 9. TWO complete
    • 10. ONE “in the can”
    • 11. Complete project by 2011
  • Crew
    FOUR person production team
    • TWO pedagogists
    • 12. Fluent in Spanish
    • 13. Work with teachers
    • 14. Plan and script content
    • 15. TWO videographers
    • 16. Production & staging logistics
    • 17. Video/audio post-production
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  • 36. Post-Production
    Edit two-camera, HD footage using Final Cut
    Compress final video as Flash FLV files
    Bring two teachers to NOLA for additional audio
    • Design Flash-based interface, and incorporate video, audio & images
    • 37. Captionate forKaqchikel sub-titles
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  • 40. Contact
    Marie Cariannamcarian@tulane.edu
    Derek Toten
    derek@tulane.edu