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Cherokee Syllabary Bingo! Cherokee Syllabary in 4x4 Bingo format 1.Review the 24-word vocabulary. 2.Write in 16 of the syllables. 3.Brainstorm words with same syllables. 4.Play the bingo game. Teacher calls first game. Students take over.
strawberry It is big. snake groundhog He/she/it is pretty. yes no children
Calling the Game Caller will say the target Syllable and then the word with the Syllable. “, !” Variant: Caller includes word in a sentence. “a, ani, Ani dagwaduliha. Agiyosiha. Ani dagwaduliha.
Bingo Sentences Uwoduhi wesa agikaha. I have a pretty cat. Agidoda tohi eha. My father is healthy.
Bingo Sentences Questions -tsu on first word -sg[o] on first word Uwoduhi-tsu wesa tsakaha? Uwoduhi-sg wesa tsakaha? Do you have a pretty cat? What is the difference? Great opportunity for linguistic investigation.
Bingo Sentences yes no Listen for intonation and pitch in Cherokee language. Vv. Uwoduhi wesa agikaha. Hadi. Gesdi yagikaha wesa. No. I don’t have a cat. [y- attached to Verb]
Bingo Sentences yes no Listen for intonation and pitch in Cherokee language. Hadi. Gesdi uwoduhi yigi wesa agikahvi. No. The cat that I have is not pretty. [yigi negative support for Adjective]
Intonation …wesa agikahvi… the cat that I have [High pitch on -v- of –vi.] Now, listen to Wesa agikahvi. I had a cat.
you this, these peach turtle bread ?What is her/his name? bear potato
hello peace, calm different ?What is this? It is hard. car winter crow
Game On! Ask about Game One vocabulary now! Calling Cards sheets in Handout packet. Play at home! Now I will call game one.
Prepare for Next Games Prepare Syllabary Bingo cards 002 and 003 for games on Wednesday. Fill in 16 of the 24 syllables for each card. Practice reading vocabulary. Bring cards to class on Monday.
Cherokee Syllabary Bingo #2 Bingo game sheets organized to present 24 syllables at a time. Ma-Line and Tla-Line are not included. Nah Syllable is not included. Ma-Line syllables are rare. True Tla-Line syllables are heard in Western dialects.
pigeon horse buffalo [bison] star skunk goose and poplar tree