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Tlingit language teaching and learning aids

English-Tlingit Dictionary of Nouns
Reprint of second edition, March 1996
Originally published in March, 1963 by Constance Naish and Gillian Story.
Copyright by Sheldon Jackson College.

Tongass Text
Emma and Frank Williams of Ketchikan, 1978.
In English and also written in a special form of Tlingit language that has helped illuminate linguistic history of Tlingit speech. Oral histories and commentaries on the past, medicine, and how to live. Also information on the linguistic angle.

Tlingit Land Forms and Geography words
Learn and practice Tlingit landform and geography terms with this fun quiz
developed by Paula Dybdahl, a history teacher at Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau, Alaska.
Hear words spoken in audio files made by Nora Marks Dauenhauer, see pictures of geographical features, and then test what you remember by playing the game.

Tlingit Soundgame
A game using audio files of Tlingit sounds for teachers and students to help learn how to speak the Tlingit language. Developed by Paula Dybdahl at Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau, Alaska. Print out gameboards and online sound files make for fun learning.

Lessons in Reading and Writing the Tlingit Language
Language Lessons of two-disc study set containing CD audio recordings of Tlingit Language and Lullabies created at Dog Point Fish Camp by Robbie Littlefied, Native American Indian Values Enrichment, Inc. (NATIVE, Inc.), Sitka, Alaska.

Coming Fall 2002!
Tlingit Verb Dictionary
Compiled by Gillian L. Story & Constance M. Naish
Copyright 1973 by Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc.

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