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* 1. Do you reside on or off reserve? Select one.

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* 2. Please indicate your gender. Select one.

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* 3. Please select the category that includes your age. Select one.

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* 4. What best describes your level of education? Select one.

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* 5. Which of the following best describes you? Select all that apply.

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* 6. Do you practice any of the following anishinaabek life skills? Select all that apply.

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* 7. Which language did you first learn as a child? Select one.

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* 8. Which generation was the last to speak anishinaabemowin fluently in your family? Select one.

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* 9. If anishinaabemowin is not your first language, how old were you when you began to learn to speak it? Select one.

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* 10. Are you a “silent speaker” who understands anishinaabemowin but does not speak it? Select one.

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* 11. Which language do you use most often at home? Select one.

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* 12. Which of the following language skills are used in your home? Select all that apply.

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* 13. Which language do you prefer to speak on a daily basis? Select one.

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* 14. Which language do you speak most often with your children/grandchildren? Select one.

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* 15. Do you have access to anishinaabemowin speakers among your family/friends? Select one.

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* 16. Did your parents or grandparents speak anishinaabemowin? Select one.

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* 17. If yes, did they speak to you and teach you the language? Select one.

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* 18. If you have lost any of your ability to speak Anishinaabemowin, have you been able to regain or reacquire your ability to speak anishinaabemowin again? Select one.

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* 19. It is important to learn to speak Ojibwe

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* 20. It is important to read and write Ojibwe

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* 21. It is important to provide language teaching in Ojibwe

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* 22. I want to learn to speak Ojibwe

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* 23. I want to learn to read and write Ojibwe

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* 24. My children/grandchildren/next generations need to learn to speak Ojibwe

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* 25. My children/grandchildren/next generations need to learn to read and write in Ojibwe

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* 26. Have you participated in previous local Ojibwe language initiatives or programs?

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* 27. Why do you want to speak the language? (i.e. to communicate, to help maintain it, to understand ceremony)

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* 28. Looking back, what was the most helpful in supporting your language learning? Why? (i.e. programs to go to, funding, access to a speaker)

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* 29. Looking back, what are/were obstacles to you learning the language? Why? (i.e. transportation, lack of funding, lack of childcare, no one to speak to)

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* 30. Looking forward, what needs to be included in future language initiatives or programs based on your previous experiences with Ojibwe language initiatives? (i.e. community or parental involvement)

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* 31. What anishinaabemowin programs would you like to see in our community for children and youth?

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* 32. What anishinaabemowin programs would you like to see in our community youth and adults learners?

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* 33. What anishinaabemowin programs would you like to see in our community for language speakers?

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* 34. Would you be willing to attend an Ojibwe language program? Select one.

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* 35. What are you willing to do to support the Ojibwe language? (i.e. help speakers, writing proposals, transporting elderly speakers to language sessions)

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* 36. What can we ask our Elders and language speakers do to support the language?

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* 37. Do you believe it is important for Chief and Council and band employees to speak the language?

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* 38. What can Chief and Council do to support the language?

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* 39. What can other community members do to support the language in our community?

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* 40. What is the best way to encourage others to learn anishinaabemowin?

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* 41. What else should be done to ensure the survival of anishinaabemowin?

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* 42. If you are a speaker, would you be interested in teaching and/or learning how to teach anishinaabemowin?

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* 43. Are you interested in learning about anishinaabemowin sign language? Select one.

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* 44. Are there any questions/concerns/opinions you would like to share in reviving the language?

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* 45. How many children under the age of 18 live in your household? Select one.

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* 46. What are the age(s) and grades(s) of the child(ren) living in your household?

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* 47. Where does your child(ren) currently attend school? Select all that apply.

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* 48. Are you satisfied with the amount of Ojibwe language learning being done in the school setting? Select one.

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* 49. Is your child(ren) speaking the Ojibwe language? (i.e. sentences, conversation) Select one.

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* 50. What type of language learning has your child(ren) undertaken already? (i.e. art, culture, camp)

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* 51. Would you support sending your child(ren) to a full Ojibwe Immersion School? Select one.

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* 52. If you choose an immersion education for your child(ren), are you willing to participate in language learning as well? Select one.

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* 53. If you choose an immersion education for your child(ren), are able and willing to help teach the language

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