BOOZHOO! This is an exciting time to watch our classes as we are completing redoing our curriculum.
This is an archive of our Ojibwe I classes currently in progress (fall 2013). Sometimes our stream starts before class does, so you will have to "fast forward" to the start of our class. Before class starts, there is often no sound available, but the sound will start when the class does. If you encounter a purple screen, just fast forward and the class will start later on the recording.
Books we use in this class:
Peoples Ojibwe Dictionary: http://ojibwe.lib.umn.edu/ Our printed dictionary isbecoming an online source, and students may choose to use either the printsource or the online source, however, readings and listening units must becompleted. The printed version of this source is: Nichols, John D.and Earl Nyholm.A Concise Dictionary of MinnesotaOjibwe.Minneapolis: University ofMinnesota Press, 1995.
Gresczyk,Rick. et al.Nagamodaa Ojibwemong Abinoojiinh-nagamonan!: Let's Sing Children Songsin Ojibwe!.Minneapolis: EagleWorks, n.d.CD.(listed in Course Outline as: Nagamodaa Ojibwemong)
Gresczyk,Rick. And Margaret Sayers.Ojibwe Word Lists: A Few Questions and Lotsof Answers.Minneapolis: EagleWorks, n.d. NOTE: text and accompanying CDs required. (listed in Course Outlineas: Word Lists)
Smallwood,Larry Amik. Ojibwe Language Volume One.Stevens Point, WI: Sonny Smart.CD (listed in Course Outline as: Ojibwe Language Volume One)