Alutiiq Education Resource Catalog
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Author: Alisha Drabek ~ 2011
~ Alutiiq Language
- Grade Range: 5 - 12+
- Alutiiq Values
~ Family - ilaapet
~ Learning - liicirpet
~ Language - Sugt'stun niuwacipet
- Local Resource file: apsaq_board_game.pdf
~ Kodiak Island Borough School District
Intended as a simple learner group activity developed through the Kodiak High School Alutiiq Language class, this game board is useful to practice family introductions from memory, including a series of personal introductory questions for players to respond to as they move around the board. Each player should have a game piece (borrowed from a store bought game or coins or pebbles) and 1 dice. Players can play to see who gets to the end first or see how many times they can reach the end within a time frame. Players should be directed to only speak Alutiiq when playing, saying the Alutiiq numbers as they count their spaces and land on the personal question or statement square.
Cestun Atren? - What is your name?
Asirtuten-qaa? - Are you good?
Cestun aanan/maaman atra? - What is your mother's name?
Nani et'aarcit? - Where do you live?
Nani suullriaten? - Where were you born?
Cestun ataan/taatan atra? - What is your father's name?
Nani aanan/maaman suullria? - Where was your mother born?
Nani ataan/taatan suullria? - Where was your father born?
Kina-mi ellpet? - Who are you? (Intended to elicit a longer introduction of several phrases)
Qaugcinek aningangq'rcit? - How many brothers do you have?
Quyanaa. - Thank you. (Intended to elicit a response of "You are welcome" - "Quyanaituq" or "Canaituq"
Qaugcinek uyuwangq'rcit/wiiwangq'rcit? - How many younger siblings do you have?
Qaugcinek alqangq'rcit? - How many older sisters do you have?
Cestun-mi uksungq'rcit? - How older are you? (How many winters do you have?)
Aularniq - Start
Iqua - End
Angiiten Pingauyunek, Staamanek, Tallimanek - Go back 3, 4, 5
Cutmen Mal'ugnek - Go forward 2