Sealaska Heritage Institute Tlingit Language Video Podcast
Tlingit Language PodcastThis 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.
Places Part 3
This episode shows some examples of community names and some examples of traveling in the third person. Audio is by Nora Marks Dauenhauer and Fred White.
Places Part 3.mp4 (10.41 MB)
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Lingit
Audio by Nora Marks Dauenhauer. Translation and original audio from "Beginning Tlingit". Sing along to "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star".
twinklestar.mp4 (2.57 MB)
Listen for the letter
This episode demonstrates an exercise that uses the Learning Tlingit app for a teacher-led listening activity in the classroom.
listening_activity.mp4 (14 MB)
Part 2 of series with language learners and teachers
In this interview, Hans, Jessica, and Josh share things they enjoy about language in the classroom, their learning techniques, and what they enjoy about Tlingit language.
learner_mjj.mp3 (13.49 MB)
Numbers in Xaad Kil
Learn to count small round things in Xaad Kil. Audio by Erma Lawrence and Jordan Lachler.
numbers_xaadkil.mp4 (5.86 MB)
Smalgyax vocabulary for recreational activities. Audio by David A. Boxley.
recreation_smalgyax.mp4 (10.28 MB)
Recreation Xaad Kil
Xaad Kil vocabulary for recreational activities. Audio by Claude Morrison and Benjamin Young.
recreation_xaadkil.mp4 (15.45 MB)
The letter "X̱"
The underlined x, x̱ , is one of the 8 X-sounds in Tlingit. The underline lets you know that this sound is produced from farther back in your mouth and is sometimes difficult to pronounce since we aren't used to producing that kind of sound in English. This episode contains examples of words that have this sound. Fluent speaker examples by Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Fred White, Marsha Hotch, Johnny Marks, and David Katzeek.
the letter x_.mp3 (3.98 MB)
Smalgyax vocabulary for some common and traditional foods. Audio by David A. Boxley and Donna May Roberts.
food_smalgyax.mp4 (9.41 MB)
Food Xaad Kil
Xaad Kil vocabulary for some common and traditional foods. Audio by Claude Morrison and Ben Young.
food_xaadkil.mp4 (9.07 MB)