This teaching collection includes three digitized audio cassettes from the Labriola National American Indian Data Center collection entitled Ojibwemowin [kit] : the Ojibwe language by Judith L. Vollom, Thomas M. Vollom. Ojibwemowin is located in the Labriola Center, Hayden Library, on the ASU Tempe Campus. Kit includes [currently only the sound recordings have been digitized]: - 1 teacher's manual (loose-leaf) - 1 teacher's manual (bound) - 3 workbooks - 40 animal cards - 1 transparency - 106 verb sheets - 419 flashcards - 3 sound recordings.

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ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn phrases like, "It is raining, when/if it is raining, it is snowing." etc.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
Description

Students learn plural verbs- "They are big, they are tasting good."

ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
Description

"Little Spirits" or Insects

Ant, mosquito, fly, wood tick, firefly, spider, gnat, dragonfly

ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionFish, northern pike, walleye, sturgeon, whitefish, sunfish, bass, minnow, sucker
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn the words for maple-sugar season. He/she boils sap, the sugar camp, sugar, maple sugar, maple sap.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn words for time and weight- ten, twenty, forty, or a hundred years, seven or a hundred pounds.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn pronouns and sentences in which to use them.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn phrases to describe hot and cold objects, weather, and temperatures.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn inanimate nouns like pencil, window, light, floor, grass, stream, earth, etc.
ContributorsVollom, Judith L. (Author of dialog) / Vollom, Thomas M. (Author of dialog)
Created1994
DescriptionStudents learn how different vowels demarcate different question words in Ojibwa.