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First Nations Storybook: Dene Yatie (Slavey) Download

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First Nations Storybook: Dene Yatie (Slavey)

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Run this app named First Nations Storybook: Dene Yatie (Slavey) or download it using ApkOnline. You can do it using our Android online emulator.

First Nations Storybook Slavey edition houses a collection of books written and produced in the Slavey language. Each book features colorful illustrations and Slavey text as read by a fluent Slavey speaker. The collection includes stories as told by elders, parents and students, local legends and tales that reflect the traditions, values and experiences of the northern aboriginal. Listen to the stories, repeat the spoken word and enjoy the cultural experiences shared through this collection.

The FN Storybook Project is intended to support individuals who are intent on learning and speaking their ancestral language. This collection, with spoken-word and text, provides the tools by which one may rediscover and practice their language. This project was developed by the South Slave Divisional Education Council with funding provided by the Government of the Northwest Territories.

Users are invited to write, illustrate and record their own books in the Slavey language and submit these to the publisher for review and possible inclusion in this collection of books.

Download the app for free today and begin the journey of rediscovery.




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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Developer: Aglaia Software, Inc.

Recent changes: First Nations Storybook – Slavey edition houses a collection of books written and produced in the Slavey language. Each book features colorful illustrations and Slavey text as read by a fluent Slavey speaker. The collection includes stories as told by elders, parents and students, local legends and tales that reflect the traditions, values and experiences of the northern aboriginal.


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