Duhtot’eł

A picture book describing a boy’s day, from the time he gets up in the morning until he goes to bed at night.
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Hwniyye ił Łuk’a ił Dzedza ił

A primary reader naming different animals in Athabascan.
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Sutałya Na Udizre Ts’e’

A primary picture book describing familial relationships
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Yada Ełtsinh

A primary version of a picture book describing what two girls smell.
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Yada Uzazełts’onh

A primary version of a picture book describing what two boys hear.
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Yada'e Iłtsine Advanced

An advanced version of a picture book describing what two girls smell.
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Duhtot’eł

Duhtot’eł
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The original CACIRKAT - “Things To Do” - is a production of the Eskimo Language Workshop, Department of Linguistics and Foreign Languages, University of Alaska, College, Alaska 99701 for the Bilingual Education Program of the Alaska Rural Schools Project, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the Division of State Operated Schools. Used by permission.
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He woke up
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He got up
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He is washing
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He is dressing
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He is eating
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He is sipping
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He is going out
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He is throwing it
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He is playing
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He is running
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He is jumping over
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He is walking
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He is going uphill
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He is going downhill
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He is swimming
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He went up again
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He is going back
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He is going back in
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He is going to bed
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He is sleeping
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Hwniyye ił Łuk’a ił Dzedza ił

Hwniyye ił Łuk’a ił Dzedza ił
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What is this?
It is a moose.
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What is this?
It is a caribou.
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What is this?
It is a ground squirrel.
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What is this?
It is a muskrat.
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What is this?
It is a rabbit.
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What is this?
It is a fox.
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What is this?
It is a wolf.
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Fish
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What is this?
It is a whitefish.
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What is this?
It is Dolly Varden.
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What is this?
It is a pike.
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What is this?
It is a grayling.
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What is this?
It is a sucker.
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What is this?
It is a King Salmon.
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What is this?
It is a dog salmon.
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Birds
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What is this?
It is a ptarmigan.
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What is this?
It is a crow.
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What is this?
It is a barn swallow.
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What is this?
It is a grebe.
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What is this?
It is a duck.
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What is this?
It is a chicken.
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What is this?
It is a robin.
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Sutałya Na Udizre Ts’e’

Sutałya Na Udizre Ts’e’
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Who is this?
This is me.
My name is_________.
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Who is this?
This is me.
My name is________.
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Who is this?
This is my Mom.
Her name is_________.
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Who is this?
This is my Dad.
His name is_______.
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Who is this?
This is my Grandpa.
His name is_______.
He’s my mom’s dad.
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Who is this?
This is my Grandma.
Her name is __________.
She’s my mom’s mom.
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Who is this?
This is my Grandpa.
His name is ___________.
He’s my dad’s dad.
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Who is this?
This is my Grandma.
Her name is _________.
She’s my dad’s mom.
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Who is this?
This is my older brother.
His name is ________.
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Who is this?
This is my older sister.
Her name is ________.
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Who is this?
This is my younger brother.
His name is __________.
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Who is this?
This is my younger sister.
Her name is __________.
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Who is this?
This is my uncle.
His name is _______.
He’s my mom’s younger brother.
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Who is this?
This is my uncle.
His name is ________.
He’s my mom’s older brother.
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Who is this?
This is my auntie.
Her name is _________.
She’s my mom’s younger sister.
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Who is this?
This is my auntie.
Her name is _________.
She’s my mom’s older sister.
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Who is this?
This is my uncle.
His name is_________ .
He’s my dad’s younger brother.
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Who is this?
This is my uncle.
His name is_______.
He’s my dad’s older brother.
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Who is this?
This is my auntie.
Her name is_________.
She’s my dad’s younger sister.
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Who is this?
This is my auntie.
Her name is___________.
She’s my dad’s older sister.
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Yada Ełtsinh

Yada Ełtsinh
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What do you smell?
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What do you smell?
I smell leaves.
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What do you smell?
I smell coffee.
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What do you smell?
I smell smoke.
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What do you smell?
I smell meat.
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What do you smell?
I smell fur.
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What do you smell?
I smell bisquit.
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What do you smell?
I smell gasoline.
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What do you smell?
I smell spring.
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Yada Uzazełts’onh

Yada Uzazełts’onh
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What do we hear?
We hear a mosquito buzzing.
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Yada'e Iłtsine Advanced

Yada'e Iłtsine Advanced
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What do I smell?
Leaves.
It’s leaves I smell.
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Smoke
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What do I smell?
Smoke.
It’s smoke I smell.
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Where is the fire?
You see it?
I smell smoke.
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Fire!
In the spruce trees?
No in the spruce trees.
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Where?
Inside the house?
No, not inside the house.
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It’s the grass outside.
Grass is burning.
My dad started the fire.
My dad is burning grass.
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What do I smell?
Coffee.
I smell coffee.
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It is coffee I smell.
It smells good.
Where is it?
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It’s inside.
It’s on the stove.
The coffee is on the stove inside the house.
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Coffee smells real good.
You will give me some?
Yes, I’ll give you some from it.
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Ouch! It’s hot.
Coffee smells real good.
Hot coffee.
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Meat
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What do I smell?
Meat.
I smell meat.
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I smell caribou meat.
It is cooking.
It’s cooking on the stove.
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My dad killed it.
He killed a caribou.
He killed a fat caribou.
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My mom is cooking the meat.
She’s cooking the fat caribou.
It smells good.
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I’ll eat it.
I’ll eat fat caribou.
Caribou is not tasty with me.
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What do I smell?
Fur.
It is fur I smell.
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It is summer time.
Raining.
I got wet.
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What will mom say?
I am wet!
My coat is wet.
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Bisquit
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What do I smell?
Bisquit.
I smell bisquit.
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Mom is frying.
She is frying bisquit.
I smell bisquit.
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Can I eat it?
Can I eat bisquit?
No
Not now.
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It’s for outdoors.
For my dad.
My dad will go hunting.
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It smells good.
My dad will like it.
I want to eat bisquit.
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What do I smell?
Gasoline.
I smell gasoline.
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There’s gas in a can.
Where is the can?
There on the ground.
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Who put it there?
Who put it on the ground?
My dad put it there.
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My dad is working.
He’s working on the snow machine.
My dad will use the gasoline.
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Gasoline smells.
I smell it.
I don’t like to smell it.
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Spring
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What do I smell?
Spring.
I smell spring.
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Now it’s spring.
I smell it.
I feel good.
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Spring is good.
It is warm.
It is sunny too.
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I smell it.
It is spring.
It smells like spring.
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