UNESCO the language Aboriginal mother tongue is on a rapid decline and close to being extinct. We have people working on learning this language and to help spread it but it isn't easy. The funds we already have are draining faster than we imagined and now this language is on it's last breath. We have tried teaching people but the use of English and other popular languages have been affecting our way of helping people learn the language. Now please is there anyway we can get funding to help this language strive again.
A teacher in northern Alberta is racing to piece together a dying Indigenous language before the last few people who speak it are gone. This dying language has been around for some time but there people have adopted new languages and have just forgot about their cultures language.
A trend toward bringing Indigenous culture and languages into the classroom has led to a demand for teachers who are fluent in Indigenous languages. However, with the number of Indigenous language speakers that there are there isn't many people to teach or that wanna learn this language. But one teacher that believes he can save this is on a mission to get as many people speaking the language as possible to help out but with that they need money.
The province, looking to increase Indigenous language classes in schools, announced a $665,000 grant to train more teachers. Letting Indigenous languages spread will help keep them alive but the fund are still not enough to get to the goal they want so they can declare they have a stable language with fluent speakers. As they need just a little more to go.
The language Aboriginal mother tongue has been dying for time now. But with the rise and concern from people all around has brought attention and people wanting to learn this language. But the problem is they can't keep supporting the teaching for this language for much longer and they need to hurry before they go on a rapid decline again.