St. Paul Island School elementary-age learners have two Unangam Tunuu classes each week. In the classes the learners speak greetings, sing songs, perform routines, and play games using some “Where Are Your Keys?” techniques.
Additionally, the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island and the Pribilof School District have collaborated on a course in St. Paul Island School for middle and high school learners, Unangam Tunuu Speaking Learning Teaching (UTSLT).
Unangam Adaan Maqam Malganangin is an online repository of Unangan cultural and historical information and documents.
Using Unangam Tunuu, Mary Bourdukofsky of St. Paul Island gives an account of her experiences during the evacuation of St.
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