Quiet Cheer/Scrambled Words (Cree Version): Louis Says Season 2 (Episode 4)
Catalogue Number: LSC013
Producer: Louis Says Productions Inc.
Subject: Canadian Social Studies, Character Education, Children's Stories, First Nations Studies, Guidance, Language Arts, Social Studies
Grade Level: PreK - 2
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2015
Running Time: 22
Episode 1A - Quiet Cheer:
Mrs. Charles is writing a book and Louis tells Randy to make sure she has kipihtowêwin (silence). Louis thinks she needs support and encouragement so goes about cheering and making noise (pihtâkosiwinw). Songs and cheers were an important part of aboriginal culture. Sometimes these were used to help people heal.
Episode 1B - Scrambled Words:
Randy and his neighbors gather together to support Mrs. Charles’ new endeavor. She needs a kâkwayiwat (basket) to help her deliver wâwa (eggs) to her friends. Traditional aboriginal baskets were made of woven grasses.
** Spoken in Cree with English subtitles. **
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