Unangam Tunuu
 

Voices and Sounds of Unangan
Speak, Listen, Teach Lessons


Unangan Tunuu is a set of tools and resources for Unangan speakers and learners, including: dictionary, survival phrases, books & songs, flashcards and SLT Rides.

Unangam Adaan Maqam Malganangin

Ways of Life: Tools, Beliefs, Practices of Unangan


Unangam Adaan Maqam Malganangin is an online repository of Unangan cultural and historical information and documents, including: Genealogy and Census, Timeline, Sounds and Stories from the Perspective of Unangan.

Unangam Online
 

Unangan Language Community
on Facebook


TanamAwaa.com is working to create a Facebook community where Unangan speakers and learners can create and share Unangan language resources, tools and lessons.

TANAM AWAA COUNTRY’S WORK



Speak, Listen, Teach

Speak, Listen, Teach    Lessons Explained     Techniques (TQs) Explained


Speak, Listen, Teach Lessons

Speak, Listen, Teach Lessons are being developed… Come again! 


About Speak, Listen, Teach

Unangam Tunuu Speak, Listen, Teach is a set of Unangan lessons built on the Where Are Your Keys (WAYK) method of language teaching and learning and the belief that “By learning, you will teach. By teaching you will learn.” 

WAYK is an interactive, collaborative, and engaging new method of language learning.  It’s also fast paced and incorporates sign language as a bridge, so even complete language novices can quickly pick up on vocabulary, grammar, and syntax.  Where Are Your Keys? approaches language learning as a game, which is quite different from the traditional approaches of “classroom” language learning.

WAYK is a community-wide language game that involves everyone, from children to elders, in building language proficiency. The method focuses on simultaneously creating language teachers and fluent speakers through game play.