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Introduction to Cherokee Syllabary Sounds


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Keywords: book making, Cherokee language
Subject(s): Foreign Language
Grades P-K through 8
NETS-S Standard:
  • Communication and Collaboration
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School: Smokey Mtn Elementary School, Whittier, NC
Planned By: Dale Ries
Original Author: Dale Ries, Whittier
Each page will be completed separately and will consist of displaying the syllable, writing a word that the syllable is used in and drawing an illustration

When completed, the pages will be assembled into a book that the students will decorate and complete their own cover and bindings for their use.
Materials: Art Tools
Other Items: 4 pages of cardstock to use for covers
174 pages per student to use for each syllabary symbol & illustration
3 per student to hold the pages together
to punch holes into the paper
in basic colors for decoration
for writing