tu sum’e’kwulh squmkwala’ | The injured tadpole

Hul’q’umi’num’ Name: tu sum’e’kwulh squmkwala’

English name: The injured tadpole

Producers and/or Creators: Hul’q’umi’num’ Language & Culture Society

Synopsis: Story of an injured tadpole who is helped by his friends.

Language: English, Hul’q’umi’num’
Dialect: Shts’um’inus
Media Type: Document & Presentation, Video
Instructional Type: Story
Fluency: Beginner, Intermediate

Find it at: https://sxwiem.hwulmuhwqun.ca/tu-sumekwulh-squmkwala-the-injured-tadpole/

More details about this resource:

This four minute story, created by Brandon Sampson and Brydon Sampson with help from Ruby Peter, relates how a little tadpole got injured by he recovered with help from his friends. The text and translation of the 25-line story is available on the website.

Production Notes:

Story and art – Brandon & Brydon Sampson
Hul’q’umi’num’ translation – Ruby Peter
Hul’q’umi’num’ voice – Ruby Peter
Hul’q’umi’num’ transcription and editing – Donna Gerdts
Video editing – Donna Gerdts & Cj Rice
Music – Thomas Jones
Funding – First Peoples’ Cultural Council, School District #68, Simon Fraser University, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
© 2015

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Keywords: healthy, helping one another, injured, respect, strong, tadpole, tail