Yakama Curriculum

Yakama Curriculum

This curriculum has been created by the Yakama Nation for use by educators and students within and outside the community.

The curriculum in this section has been created by the Yakama Nation Library of the Yakama Nation. Please refer to the contextual and intentional information video provided below for details about how the curriculum should be used in different learning scenarios. This material is intended for educational purposes, follow the guidelines listed for each item for proper attribution, citation, and usage.

The Traditional Dance curriculum is intended to provide cultural education and traditional dance instruction for learners of all ages.

Digital Heritage Items
Community
Yakama
Category
Ceremony, Education, Lifeways
Summary
The Welcome-Social Dance curriculum was developed by the Yakama Nation Library and Jolena Tillequots, Michael-David Bushman, Marylee Jones, and Bessie Wilson for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
Yakama
Category
Ceremony, Education, Lifeways
Summary
The Feather Dance curriculum was developed by the Yakama Nation Library and Jolena Tillequots, Michael-David Bushman, Marylee Jones, and Bessie Wilson for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
Yakama
Category
Ceremony, Education, Lifeways
Summary
The Swan Dance curriculum was developed by the Yakama Nation Library and Jolena Tillequots, Michael-David Bushman, Marylee Jones, and Bessie Wilson for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
Yakama
Category
Ceremony, Education, Lifeways
Summary
The Butterfly Dance curriculum was developed by the Yakama Nation Library and Jolena Tillequots, Michael-David Bushman, Marylee Jones, and Bessie Wilson for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
Yakama
Category
Education, Lifeways
Summary
The Traditional Dance Revival curriculum was developed by the Yakama Nation Library and Jolena Tillequots, Michael-David Bushman, Lucinda Bill, Marlene White, and Eleanor Hunt for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.