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- Language Map. // Scholastic News -- Edition 5/6;10/22/2007, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p8
A quiz about Native American language families in the U.S. is presented.
- Native Americans: How They Lived. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4 (Teacher's Edition);11/8/2002, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p4
Presents an activity to test the knowledge of children on Native Americans.
- TALKING MY LANGUAGE. Stikeman, Alexandra // Canadian Geographic;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 121 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on the efforts to revitalize the use of the Dene Soun'line language of the Dene of the Cold Lake First Nation in Edmonton, Alberta. Factors that led to the decline of the language; Impact of the language revitalization project on the Dene culture.
- A Resource Guide. Reyhner, Jon // Tribal College Journal;Spring2000, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p42
Presents information resources on indigenous language revitalization in the United States. Includes the annual summer training institute for indigenous language teachers and activists presented by the American Indian Languages Development Institute; Videotape `Transitions,' from the Native...
- Appendix D. Native Languages of the Pacific Coast. // Native Americans of the Pacific Coast;1985, p261
The article presents information on the languages of the North American Indians in the Pacific Coast.
- A language for the saving. Flather, Patti // Canadian Geographic;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 114 Issue 4, p10
Features Yukon native and singer Daniel Tlen and his endeavor to keep the Southern Tutchone language alive. Publication of a dictionary of Southern Tutchone , one of the seven Athapaskan languages spoken in the Yukon territory in Canada; Tlen as a composer whose songs receive regular airplay in...
- The AwÃ¡swas Language. Shipley, William // Gathering of Voices: The Native Peoples of the California Centra;2002, p173
The article provides information on the AwÃ¡swas Language spoken in the Santa Cruz County, California. According to the author, three scholars arrived in the county between 1878 and 1888 to salvage the AwÃ¡swas Language, which include French Alphonse Pinart, Jeremiah Curtin, and H. W....
- TÃË›' DinÃ© Bizaad bee yÃ¡deilti' dooleeÅ‚! // Navajo Times;12/10/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 49, pC.7
The article offers information on several DinÃ© Bizaad, a Navajo Indian language in Arizona. They include HÃ³zhÃ³ Ã³jÃ na'nitin, which means blessing way teachings, hona'adlo, which means tricky and deceiving and hane'szhdinidzin, which means to seek traditional knowledge.
- DID YOU KNOW THATâ€¦. // Appleseeds;Oct2005, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p34
The article presents some facts related to Native Americans. Half of the state names in the U.S. come from Native languages, like Illinois, Mississippi, Connecticut, Idaho, Kansas. Many place names in the U.S. come from Native words like Miami, Chicago, Seattle, Chesapeake and others.