Classroom Treasures: How are you? Kei te pēhea koe?

Classroom Treasures: Māori Resources I can take the roll using this - one of my practicum teachers did this!

Great website for Maori language resources - including pronunciation videos and youtube links to waiata.

Māori Language: Study the basics of the Māori Language, through online video movie lessons.

Mi'kmaq Talking Posters: All sorts of posters teaching the Mi'kmaq language - animals, family members, counting, colours and more. Great for us visual learners. (Interactive posters here: http://www.firstnationhelp.com/ali/posters/ with audio pronunciation. Great for us audible learners!)

Mi'kmaq Talking Posters: All sorts of posters teaching the Mi'kmaq language - animals, family members, counting, colours and more. Great for us visual learners. (Interactive posters here: http://www.firstnationhelp.com/ali/posters/ with audio pronunciation. Great for us audible learners!)

Anishnaabemowin - It is divided into 18 lessons/themes. PDF Download

Grade Levels: Grade 1 & Up including adults Themes& 18 Shawanda, Gordon, Anishnaabemowin: miinwa anishnaabe zheyaawin – Our language, our culture ISBN: Lessons…

Raised in the home of a grandmother who spoke only Mohawk, Sakokweniónkwas (Tom Porter) was asked from a young age, to translate for his elders.He is able to recall in vivid detail, the stories and ceremonies of a culture hovering on the brink of extinction. After devoting most of his adult life to revitalizing the culture and language of his people, Tom finally records here, the teachings of a generation of elders who have been gone for more than 20 years.

Iroquois Teachings as passed down through the oral tradition by Tom Sakokwenionkwas Porter

L. Frank Manriquez works with the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology to match artifacts to native languages. “Many California tribes were really negatively impacted by the Gold Rush. Tribes were devastated, a lot of the languages have been lost,” said Janeen Antoine,  language teacher at the Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland. She teaches Lakota, which is spoken in South Dakota where she is from. “There’s a very strong effort within the California peoples to revive their…

Native Americans work to revitalize California’s indigenous languages

L. Frank Manriquez works with the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology to match artifacts to native languages. “Many California tribes were really negatively impacted by the Gold Rush. Tribes were devastated, a lot of the languages have been lost,” said Janeen Antoine, language teacher at the Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland. She teaches Lakota, which is spoken in South Dakota where she is from. “There’s a very strong effort within the California peoples to revive their…

Myrtle Driver teaches Cherokee words and syllabary terms for painting and kickball at Cherokee Language and Culture Camp held at Big Cove Recreation Center in Cherokee, N.C., last July. Driver is scheduled to be a presenter at the Native American Heritage Expo, which will be held at Western Carolina University on Monday and Tuesday. Follow the pin to find details on the event.

In recognition of American Indian Heritage Month, Western Carolina University will host its fourth annual Native American Heritage Expo on Monday, Nov.

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