Sealaska Heritage

Sealaska Heritage Institute Tlingit Language Video Podcast

Tlingit Language Podcast

This language podcast is dedicated to supporting language learners, teachers, and speakers. It was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute—a regional, Native nonprofit serving the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian—in partnership with SERRC—Alaska’s Educational Resource Center.
Compiled by SHI Language Coordinator Katrina Hotch, a language learner, and funded by the Department of Education Alaska Native Education Program.
Content of this podcast does not necessarily represent the policy of DOE, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.

Jingle Bells in Lingít

Jingle Bells sung by the Harborview Tlingit Culture Language and Literacy class translation by Selina Everson.
File jingle_bells.mp4 (2.02 MB)

Colors in X̱aad Kíl

Colors in X̱aad Kíl audio by Claude Morrison, Erma Lawrence, Benjamin Young, and Susie Edwardson.
File xk_colors.mp4 (4.75 MB)

Colors in Sm'algya̱x

Colors in Sm'algya̱x audio and translations by Sarah Booth.

Seasons in Lingít

This episode focuses on the seasons in Lingít. Translations and audio by David Katzeek and June Pegues.
File seasons_lingit.mp4 (8.11 MB)

Season in Sm'algya̱x

This episode focuses on the seasons in Sm'algya̱x. Translations and audio by Sarah Booth.
File seasons_sm.mp4 (7.34 MB)

Greetings in Sm'algya̱x

This episode focuses on greeting phrases and provides both singular and plural greetings in Sm'algya̱x. Translations and audio by Sarah Booth.
File greeting_sm.mp4 (9.13 MB)

Haida: Baby Raven Book

This video is to accompany the Haida Baby Raven book "Baby Raven" published by Sealaska Heritage X̱aad Kíl audio is by Claude Morrison and Benjamin Young.
File baby_raven_xk.mp4 (7.04 MB)

Haida: Baby Eagle Book

This video is to accompany the Haida Baby Raven book "Baby Eagle" published by Sealaska Heritage X̱aad Kíl audio is by Claude Morrison and Benjamin Young.
File baby_eagle_xk.mp4 (6.37 MB)

Salmon Song Lingít

This song was written to accompany the salmon unit by Sealaska Heritage. SHI language team members for the Salmon unit: Linda Belarde, Yarrow Vaara, David Katzeek, John Marks, Mary Folletti, Rose Natkong, and Jessica Chester.
File salmonsong.mp4 (4.39 MB)

Places Part 4: Where are you traveling from?

This episode uses familiar place names and combines it with the question and answer pattern "Where are you traveling from?" and the response "I am traveling from ____". Audio provided by learner Katrina Hotch and speakers Nora Marks Dauenhauer and Fred White.
File Places Part 4.mp4 (26.63 MB)
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