Join teacher Virginia Oliver and Beginning Tlingit Language student Mia Wiederspohn and learn Tlingit phrases, words, vowels and consonants.

Sing a welcome song with Teacher Virginia Oliver and student Mia Wiederspohn to begin the new Application of Learning Tlingit Language.
Learn more about Kaaxgal.aat also named Elizabeth Peratrovich, .
Learn to sing “Where are you Thumpkin? Turn around and sit down.”
Learn the phrase Daa sá yá gwéil atóowu? “What’s in the bag?” and how to answer seagull is in the bag, robin is in the bag and duck is in the bag.
Today, learn 8 Tlingit vowels.
March, month of underwater plant budding. Learn to discuss the first vegetable foods available after a long winter.
Practice the phrase Daa sá yá gwéil atóowu? “What’s in the bag?” and learn more answers to the question.
Review Tlingit vowels.
Sing a song about what we saw while going to town.
Sing a song about going to the beach and all the things we see along the way.
Learn four Tlingit letter combinations.
Today we will introduce underwater creatures.
Today we will introduce four Tlingit colors.
Today we will learn 4 Tlingit alphabet combinations.
Today we ask Daa sá yá gwéil atóowu? What’s in the bag?
Today we will ask Daa sá iyateen? What do you see?
Today we will learn 4 letter combinations of the Tlingit alphabet.


Today we will sing a song about herring eggs.
Today we ask, “What color is it?
Today we continue learning 4 more Tlingit letter combinations.
Today we learn Daa sáyá? What is this? And how to answer T’á-T’á áyá, – This is a king salmon. Yooka.oot xoow áyá – This is a button blanket. X’é-Ax X’é áyá – This is my mouth. Shaa áyá – This is a mountain.

Today we will dress the brown bear! Xóots – brown bear. We’ll dress the brown bear with a s’aaxu – hat, and k’oodás’ – shirt, l.uljìni – vest, tuk’atáal – trousers and téeli – shoes. Kawligéi wé xóots! – That brown bear is fancy!
Today we learn 4 more Tlingit letter combinations.
Today we’ll learn to count to 10 by singing a song about counting little boys. K’isáani – little boys.
Today we’ll count to 10 by singing a song about counting little girls. Shaax’wsáani – little girls.