Anishinaabemowin, Ojibwemowin (Ojibwe, Chippewa)

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Aginjibagwesi

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Flyers: A Giiwedinong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Description

Children's story teaches counting and basic phrases; in Ojibwe and English.

Related Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Anishaabemowin: Ojibwe Language

Web Sites » Personal
Author/Creator
James A. Starkey
Description
Contains links to grammar, dictionaries, lessons, translations of texts and other resources.
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Anishinaabemdaa

Alternate Title
Learn Anishinaabemowin
Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
Little River Band of Ottawa Indians
Description
Website dedicated to teaching and preserving the Anishinaabemowin language. Features include grammar, everyday terms, culture, legends, history, fun and games, and language camp.
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Asemaa

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Plants: A Zhaawanong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Anabiikwe (Celo White)
Mezinaanakwad (Dennis White)
Description

Children's book about the importance of sacred tobacco in Ojibwe culture; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Bagwaji-zhigaagawaanzhing

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Plants: A Zhaawanong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Anabiikwe (Celo White)
Mezinaanakwad (Dennis White)
Description

Children's story about harvesting wild leek or ramps; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Basic Ojibwe Words and Phrases

Alternate Title
Waasa-Inaabidaa "We Look in All Directions" Series ; Epidsode 6: "Ojibwe Oral Traditions"
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
[Ojibwe Waasa-Inaabidda]
Description
Introduces double vowel chart, questions, phrases, colours, family members, animals, trees, food, weather, seasons, directions, races, stages of life, medicines, plant parts, numbers, time, days of the week, months, body parts, reservations, and miscellaneous.
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Bineshiiyag - Birds

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Nagaajiwanaang Genawendangig Anishinaabemowin
Description

Colouring book with text in Ojibwe and English.

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Bwaanzhiiwi'onan = Regalia

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Nagaajiwanaang Genawendangig Anishinaabemowin
Description

Colouring book with Ojibwe and English text.

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Caring Is the Universal Language

E-Books
Author/Creator
Jody Nyasha Warner
Description

Three stories about bullying prevention, justice and belonging told in English, Cree, Inuktitut, Michif, Mohawk, Oji-Cree, Ojibwe, and Oneida.

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[Derrick Baxter Anishnaabe Ojibway Language App]

Alternate Title
At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research
Media » Sound Recordings
Author/Creator
Derrick Baxter
Robert-Falcon Ouellette
Description
Interview with the developer of an application for mobile devices that features Ojibway common words and phrases. Duration: 28:50.
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The Development of Ojibway Language Materials

Alternate Title
The Development of Ojibwe Language Materials
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Shirley Pheasant-Williams
Canadian Journal of Native Education, vol. 27, no. 1, Advancing Aboriginal Language and Literacy, 2003, pp. 79-83
Description
Discusses the development of language materials for Aboriginal teachers and their students and research that has been done in this area.
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First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language

Media » Film and Video
Author/Creator
John Whitehead
Stephanie Mosher
Description
Video highlights efforts to increase number of Ojibwe speakers through establishment of immersion schools and by recording elders' stories. Focuses on two schools: Niigaane School in Minnesota and Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Immersion Charter School in Wisconsin. Duration: 56:41.
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Gichi-amikozow

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Swimmers: A Ningaabii'anong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Binesikwe (Debi Williamson)
Description

Children's book retells a traditional story about how the beaver got his flat tail; In Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Giigoonyag

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Swimmers: A Ningaabii'anong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Binesikwe (Debi Williamson)
Description

Children's story about how each fish has a unique "dance"; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Gijigijigaaneshiinh

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Flyers: A Giiwedinong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Saagijiwegaabowiik (Jennifer Ballinger)
Description

Children's book retells a traditional story about the chickadee; in Ojibwe and English.

Related Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Gikendandaa Ojibwemowin!

Web Sites » Personal
Author/Creator
James A. Starkey
Description
Designed to teach reading, writing and speaking Ojibwe. Consists of five introductory lessons followed by increasingly complex ones which build on each other.
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Gitiged Gookum [Grandma Is Gardening]

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Gegaanzongejig Ji-aabadak Ojibwemowin
Description

Colouring book created for Ojibwe language immersion. Text in Ojibwe with Ojibwe-English glossary of terms.

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"In the Old Language": A Glossary of Ojibwe Words, Phrases, and Sentences in Louise Erdrich's Novels

Alternate Title
"In the Old Language": A Glossary of Ojibwa Words, Phrases, and Sentences in Louise Erdrich's Novels
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Peter G. Beidler
American Indian Culture and Research Journal, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 53-70
Description
Examines the use of Anishinabe words, phrases and sentences in the novels of Louise Erdrich.
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Indigenous Elders' Conceptualization of Wellbeing: An Anishinaabe Worldview Perspective

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Miigis B. Gonzalez
Rachel I. Steinberg
Forrest Bruce
Jessica Saniguq Ullrich
Melissa L. Walls
International Journal of Indigenous Health, vol. 18, no. 1, Emerging Research from a Post-Pandemic World, 2023
Description

Using interviews with first-language speaking Elders to improve the understanding of Indigenous worldviews on health and well-being in order to improve health programs within Indigenous communities.

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Indigenous Words Colouring Pages

Alternate Title
Indigenous Words Coloring Pages
Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
National Arts Centre
Description

Links to pages for Sylix, Salteaux, Anishinabemowin (Algonquin), Cree, and Inuktitut languages, and Every Child Matters.

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Iskigamizigedaa: Let's Boil Maple Sugar

Alternate Title
The Akawe Biindaakoojigen Series (First You Offer Tobacco)
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Erik Redix
Description

Colouring storybook features a grandparent and grandchildren engaging in conversations about traditional teachings, when to begin and end harvesting, the equipment used, and processing and use of maple sugar. Text in English with some Ojibwe words interspersed.

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Ma'iingan

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Four-Legged: A Waabanong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niibaagaabaaw (David Aubid)
Description

Children's story about the relationship between the Ojibwe and the wolf; in English and Ojibwe.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Makwa

Alternate Title
Stories of the Four-legged: A Waabanong Book
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niibaagaabaaw (David Aubid)
Description

Children's story about black bears in English and Ojibwe.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Manoominikeyaang

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Plants: A Zhaawanong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Anabiikwe (Celo White)
Mezinaanakwad (Dennis White)
Description

Children's story about harvesting wild rice; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Mikinaak

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Swimmers: A Ningaabii'anong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Binesikwe (Debi Williamson)
Description

Children's storybook about the snapping turtle; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Biboong

Alternate Title
[Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak Anokii-Mazina’igan: Teacher Parent Edition]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Giniw (Levi Tadgerson)
Description

Ojibwe language story book about winter follows Nigig (Otter) and Waagosh (Fox) as they try to go spear fishing on the frozen lake. Along the way they meet friends and learn about making snowshoes, the snow snake game, cooperation, sharing and being grateful. Teacher Parent Edition includes translation, breakdown of nouns and verbs used in the story and answers to questions found in the activity book.

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Dagwaagin

Alternate Title
[Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Dawaagin: Teacher/Parent Edition]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Giniw (Levi Tadgerson)
Description

Ojibwe language story book about autumn follows the adventures of Nigig (Otter) and Ininishib (Duck) as they go to harvest wild rice. Along the way they learn about lacrosse, hibernation and migration from bear and snapping turtle. Teacher Parent Edition includes translation, breakdown of nouns and verbs used in the story and answers to questions found in the activity book.

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Niibin

Alternate Title
[Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Anokii-Mazina’igan: Teacher/Parent Edition: Niibin]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Giniw (Levi Tadgerson)
Description

Ojibwe language story book about summer follows the adventures of Nigig (Otter) and Mikinaak (Snapping Turtle) as they harvest birch bark, meet bear picking blueberries and whitetail deer working in his garden. The animals discuss how to feed themselves over winter. Parent Teacher Edition contains translation, breakdown of nouns and verbs used in the story and answers to questions found in the activity book.

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Ziigwan

Alternate Title
[Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak: Anokii-Mazina’igan: Teacher/Parent Edition: Ziigwan]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Giniw (Levi Tadgerson)
Description

Ojibwe language story book about spring follows the adventures of Nigig (Otter) and Makwa (Bear) as they try to harvest maple sugar. Along the way they meet up with other animals who teach them about boiling syrup, making tools, cooperation, and sharing. Parent Teacher Edition contains translation, breakdown of nouns and verbs used in the story and answers to questions found in the activity book.

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The Ojibwe People's Dictionary

Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
Department of American Indian Studies
University Libraries
University of Minnesota
Description
Users are able to browse and search in both Ojibwe and English; includes audio for pronunciation of most words, terminology relating to specific topics, and links to cultural galleries.
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Opichi

Alternate Title
Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe
Stories of the Flyers: A Giiwedinong Book
[Maajii-Ojibwemowag = They Begin to Speak Ojibwe: ANA Language Project Teacher/Caregiver Supplemental Document]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Niiyogiizhig (Wesley Ballinger)
Saagijiwegaabowiik (Jennifer Ballinger)
Description

Children's book retells a traditional story about the robin; in Ojibwe and English.

Accompanying Material: Colouring Book and Supplemental Document.

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Stories and Song: Anishinaabemowin Colouring Book

Alternate Title
Mamanaw Pekiskwewina = Mother Tongues: Dish with One Spoon Territory
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Sabrina Fontaine
Mem Ireland
Sheri Osden Nault
Skye Paul
Michael Tiggelman
Description

Designs by artists from the Dish with One Spoon Treaty territory feature animals from the region and are labelled in Ojibway and English.

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