September 20, 2015 marks the official launch of Tamazight classes at the School of Ottawa, Canada. This exciting project is ran by Amazigh Educators and fully supported by the Canadian Government.
For anyone who wants to be part of this project, The Amazigh Cultural Association at Ottawa-Hull is still accepting registration for a new class to take place every Saturday from 10:15 to 12:15 at Glebe Collegiate located in 212 Glebe Avenue in Ottawa, Canada.
It is a 3-hour course per week and is aimed at high school students, as well as adults of any age. Besides the Tamazight language (conventional transcription, texts study, grammar, lexicon and dissertation), this course will cover Amazigh history, literature and civilization.
For high school students, the course will be validated in terms of session credits (2 credits). Adults will receive a certificate on successful completion of the course.
We would like also to remind those of you who were not aware, that a course in Tamazight for children opened last year and takes place every Saturday from 10-00 to 12-30 at: Viscont Alexander School located at 55 Mann Avenue, Ottawa
For more information regarding these two courses, please email : firstname.lastname@example.org