Piciryaramta Elicungcallra

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Language Materials developed from classrooms. The Tundra Drums, 38, August 5, 2010, p. 9. Written by Rosalie Lincoln in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Kids say ‘Quyana’: Toksook Bay Yup’ik writing class expresses thanks. The Tundra Drums, 38 (39), December 2, 2010, pp. 8 &9.. Written by Catherine Moses in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Children working toward our language. The Tundra Drums, 38 (40), December 9, 2010, p. 5.Written by Walkie Charles in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Performance, writing document ancient festival. The Tundra Drums, 38 (41), December 16, 2010, pp. 1, 6-9. Written by Catherine Moses in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Language initiative underway at NWC. Uqaaqtuaq News, Winter 2011, p. 9.

First-graders celebrate Yup’ik Asking Festival. The Tundra Drums, 39, March 7th, 2011. Written by Janet Westlake and Carol Oulton [accessed online].

Yup’ik gifting festival keeps on giving. The Tundra Drums, 39 (6), April 11, 2011, pp. 1, 8-9. Written by Rosalie Lincoln in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Petugtaryaraq, a gift to the young. The Tundra Drums, 39 (6), April 11, 2011, p. 8. Written by Arevgaq Theresa John in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann.

Building bilingual skills helps all academic areas. The Tundra Drums, 39 (6), April 11, 2011, p. 8. Written by Sabine Siekmann.

Storytelling through Yaaruiyaraq. Delta Discovery, August 17, 2011. Written by Sally Samson in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann. [accessed online].

Yaaruiyaraq: A way of storyknifing. Delta Discovery, August 17, 2011. Written by Theresa John in collaboration with Sabine Siekmann. [accessed online].

Piciryaramta Elicungcallra Grant. Delta Discovery, August 17, 2011. Written by Sabine Siekmann. [accessed online].

Piciryaramta Elicungcallra: Teaching our way of life through our language. Siekmann, S. (October 2011). Pacific Northwest Council for Languages, 12(1) 10-11.