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I think you need one of this....you surely talk to yourself when you're walking by yourself...and nooooo you're not on the phone! :)))))))

Native American Talking Stick The Talking Stick is a tool traditionally used by Native Americans when a council is called. It was a visual queue as to who had the right to talk during the gathering. The talking stick would be passed from person to person as their turn came to speak. Only one person was allowed to speak at once. This method encouraged other council members to listen to the speaker and be respectful of the person’s viewpoint during their turn with the talking stick. The idea…

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Talking Stick and Feather: Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power of Free Speech - ICTMN.com

Watch this sample speaking lesson to learn about the Native American Talking Stick. Enjoy the slide show and after, we can talk about what "your" talking sti...

Native American Talking Stick The Native American Talking Stick was used by councils to keep order and allow everyone time to present their Sacred Point.>

Is a tool used by traditionally by Aboriginal people, but lots of people use them today. ONLY the person who holds the Talking Stick has the right to speak at that time. The Talking Stick is a symbol of how important it is to listen to the person who is speaking. The Talking Stick is passed around the circle from one person to the next until everyone who wants to speak has had a chance to.

The talking stick is used in many Native American traditions. Whoever holds the stick has the right to talk.  The talking stick is used to make sure that each person in a group has a chance to express his or her own thoughts. Everyone else has to show respect and remain silent. When the speaker is … … Continue reading →

The talking stick is used in many Native American traditions. Whoever holds the stick has the right to talk. The talking stick is used to make sure that each person in a group has a chance to expr…

Earlier this year, one of the second grade teachers approached me about an idea for an art/social studies collaboration.  She had read a story to the children about a tribe which used talking stick…

Earlier this year, one of the second grade teachers approached me about an idea for an art/social studies collaboration. She had read a story to the children about a tribe which used talking stick…

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Talking Sticks and Sharing Circles - Courtney Harris Coaching

"I decided to bring the idea of the Sharing Circle into our family – as a way to share what is on our minds, to solve problems and to come to decisions. In order for everyone to have equal opportunity in being heard, I felt we would all need representation on our Talking Stick."

Learn about the Native American's tradition and the importance of listening. Step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own Talking Stick with your kids.

Learn about the Native American people's tradition and the importance of listening. Step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own Talking Stick with your kids.

Talking Sticks

The talking stick is used in many Native American traditions. Whoever holds the stick has the right to talk. The talking stick is used to make sure that each person in a group has a chance to express

Make your own Talking Stick - Homeschool Fridays

Learn about the Native American people's tradition and the importance of listening. Step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own Talking Stick with your kids.