Narratives

KM narrates the story about Chak Xok, the mythical sirens in Lacandon lore. SK is present, and prompts her. Another version of this story by a different speaker can be found in Chak_Xok_BM
KM narrates the story about Chak Xok, at the request of the collectors. For another version this story by a different speaker, see Chak_Xok_BM.
BM narrates the story about Chak Xok 'mythical sirens', at the request of the collector. Another version of this story by a different speaker can be found in ChakXok_KM
BM narrates the story about Chak Xok 'mythical sirens', at the request of the collector.
BM narrates the story Chak Xok in spanish, at the request of the collectors. The purpose was to record Spanish story structure and skill against the structure of the Lacandon version, which can be found in session Chak_Xok_BM.
BM narrates the story, Chak Xok, in Spanish, at the request of the collectors.
KM narrates the story about Chuk T'unu7 'Gather(ing) Snails'.
KM narrates the story about Chuk T'unu7 'Gather(ing) Snails'.
SK tells a story about Creation.
SK tells the story of Creation.
SK tells the story of the Crocodile and the Canoe.
SK tells the story of the Crocodile and the Canoe.
SK tells the story of the Dog and the Crocodile.
SK tells the story of the Dog and the Crocodile.
BM was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, for the collectors. He is one of many speakers asked to do this. A Spanish version of the same story is found in Frogstory_sp_BM.mpg.
BM narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer-Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose of this session is to compare the narrative skills of older and younger bilingual speakers in Naha.
BMjr was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, for the collectors. He is one of many speakers asked to do this. A Spanish version of the same story is found in Frogstory_sp_BMjr.
BMjr narrates Frog, Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, at the request of the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narratives of Lacandon children. A Spanish version is found in the session, Frogstory_sp_BMjr.
CKD was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, for the collectors. He is one of many children asked to do this. A Spanish version of the same story is found in Frogstory_sp_CKD.mpg.
CKD narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose of this session is to record narrative skills of bilingual children in Naha.
Lej was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, for the collectors. He e is one of many children asked to do this. A Lacandon version of the same story is found in Frogstory_sp_Lej.mpg.
Lej narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose of this session is to record narrative skills of bilingual children in Naha. The Spanish version can be found in Frogstory_sp_Lej.
Lor narrates Frog Where Are you, Mercer Myers picture book, at the request of the collector. The purpose is to compare the narratives of bilingual children. A Spanish version is found in session, Frogstory_sp_Lor. The only other people present are the collectors.
Lor narrates Frog Where Are you, Mercer Mayer's picture book, at the request of the collector. The purpose is to compare the narratives of bilingual children. A Spanish version is found in session, Frogstory_sp_Lor.
NI narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer-Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narratives of bilingual Lacandones. A Spanish version is in Frogstory_sp_NI.
NI narrates, Frog, Where Are You, the Mercer Mayers picture book, for the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narratives of bilingual Lacandones.
RGP narrates the picture book, Frog Where Are You, by Mercer Mayer. A Spanish version can be found in session Frogstory_sp_RGP.
RGP narrates the picture book, Frog Where Are You, by Mercer Mayer. A Spanish version can be found in session Frogstory_sp_RGP.
SK narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer-Mayer's picture book. The collectors requested that he do this, for a comparative analysis of the narratives of bilingual Lacandones. The Spansih version is found in session Frogstory_sp_SK.
SK narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narratives of bilinguals. A Spanish version is found in session Frogstory_sp_SK.
W tells the story "Frog Where Are You", at the request of the collector. The purpose of this session was to record Lacandn children's narrative skills in thier own language and in Spanish. The Spanish version is found in Frogstory_sp_W. W is one of many Lacandon narrators asked to perform this task.
W tells the story "Frog, Where are You", Mercer Mayer's picture book.
BM was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, in Spanish, for the collectors. He is one of many speakers asked to do this. A Lacandon version of the same story is found in Frogstory_BM.
BM narrates Frog, Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, for the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narrative skills of bilingual speakers.
BMjr was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, for the collectors. He is one of many speakers asked to do this. A Lacandon version of the same story is found in Frogstory_BMjr.
BMjr narrates Frog, Where Are You, the Mercer Mayers picture book, at the request of the collectors. The purpose is to compare the narratives of Lacandon children. A Spanish version of the same is found in the session, Frogstory_BMjr.
CKD was asked to narrate Frog Where Are You, in Spanish, for the collectors. He is one of many children asked to do this. A Lacandon version of the same story is found in Frogstory_CKD.mpg.
CKD narrates Frog Where Are You, Mercer Mayer's picture book, in Spanish for the collectors. The purpose of this session is to record narrative skills of bilingual children in Naha.

Citation

Suzanne Cook, Suzanne Cook and Barry Carlson, Elizabeth Escalona Guitierrez, and Barry Carlson (1990 - 2005). Item "Narratives" in collection "Lacandon Cultural Heritage". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0001-3A6F-B. (Accessed 2024-04-20)

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