Unlike most large languages, very few materials have been available for those interesting in teaching the Dena'ina language. Recently there have been more and more Dena'ina curriculum efforts creating materials. This page is intended to showcase and make available different curriculum efforts and materials for Dena'ina. Those interested in sharing materials on this site should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to the Elders who have made the development of Dena'ina language curricula possible: Francis Lindgren, Alexandra Lindgren, Andrew Balluta, Mary Hobson, Mary Delkittie, Agnes Cusma, Pete Bobby, Helen Dick, Fedora Constantine, Nora McCord, Gladys Evanoff, Walter Johnson, Pauline Hobson, and Steve Hobson Jr. (Butch Hobson). We honor and respect you.
Wanda has been working for the Kenaitze Indian Tribe on developing both adult and children's curriculum for the Dena'ina Language. Visit her curriculum page to find out more about her lesson plans that are held in the Dena'ina Qenaga Digital Archive.
This page is under construction.
Materials on this site are copyrighted by the original authors, the speakers whose voices are recorded, and the Alaska Native Language Archive. Materials may be used freely for non-commercial, educational purposes as specified in the license agreement. Alaska Native Language Archive materials made available through the Dena'ina Qenaga Digital Archive may be subject to more restrictive conditions of use as specified by the original depositors.
Dena'ina Qenaga website copyright © 2004-2017. Suggestions for future development are welcome. If you have questions or comments about this site, please contact the DATA Project: denaina [dot] qenaga [at] gmail [dot] com