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Teddy Draper

Teacher

Rough Rock Community high school

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Employment History

Coach

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Affiliations

Navajo Arts

Tribal Member


Pueblo Grande Museum

Advisory Board of the Museum Annual Indian Market


Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial Board

Member


Humanities Council

Board Member


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Teddy Draper, Sr. | Arizona Indian Living Treasures Awards

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Teddy Draper, Sr.
Teddy Draper, Sr., is a Navajo Code Talker. A Navajo tribal member, Mr. Draper was born in Canyon Del Muerto, Arizona. He currently resides in the community of Chinle, Arizona. During WW II, Mr. Draper employed the Navajo language in service of his community and the United States. Mr. Draper fought in the battle of Iwo Jima. He received a Purple Heart as well as the U.S. Congressional Silver Medal. As one of the Navajo Code Talkers, Mr. Draper has made countless appearances and presentations across the nation. Since his return from the war, Mr. Draper has dedicated his life to teaching the Navajo language. Mr. Draper began teaching the Navajo language at the Rough Rock Community high school. Due to the lack of teaching materials, Mr. Draper improvised and created his own materials for language instruction. He went on to produce countless teaching materials including the widely used "Dine Bizaad" workbook, which continues to be the staple of many Navajo language classes to date. Mr. Draper's goal was to create a foundation for the future of Navajo language instruction in the classroom. His goal was realized as Navajo language instruction continues to flourish as a result of his texts. Mr. Draper's contributions include the creation of Navajo language instruction in many schools such as the Navajo Preparatory School as well as Diné College. His legacy continues as many students continue to benefit from his materials in the classroom.


Ted Draper Art

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Teddy Draper, Jr.
Native American Artist, Teddy Draper, Jr., is the son of a WWII Navajo "Code Talker" Ted Draper, Sr. and has been the recipient of many prestigious awards for his art. August 19-20, 2017: Teddy Draper, Jr. will be exhibiting his work at the Santa Fe Indian Market. Artists Workshops - Painting The Rez Navajo Style in Chinle, AZ: For information on scheduling color workshops and excursions please visit Teddy Draper, Jr. Artists Workshops Teddy Draper, Jr. - 2016 Navajo Jewelry Collection Teddy's handcrafted Navajo Jewelry Teddy Draper, Jr. Art Prints Beauty Before Me Teddy Draper Jr., Beyond Before me See more of Teddy Draper, Jr. Art Prints Teddy Draper, Jr. DeChelly Galleries


Ted Draper Art

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Teddy Draper, Jr. - Coach
Renowned Navajo artist, painter and teacher , Teddy Draper, Jr. devotes much of his free time and efforts to the Chinle Youth Athletic Club; a volunteer drug and alcohol awareness group which helps to provide organized and supervised athletic competitions as an alternative to substance abuse. As a basketball coach he spends his time during the winter months traveling the Southwest with his teams for games and tournament competitions. Teddy Draper, Jr., renowned Navajo Artist will be exhibiting his work at the Santa Fe Indian Market, August 23-24, 2014. Back Row: Coach Teddy Draper, Jr., Courtney Norberto, Talia Lee, Tanisha Watson, Tashina Fredricks, Nicolette Tsosie, Parent/Asst., Coach Peter Stuart Back Row: Coach Teddy Draper, Jr., Lindall Yazzie, Arianna Sanchez, Nicole Nez, Tanisha Watson, Nicolette Tsosie, Coach Tawny Draper Left to Right Middle Standing: Head Coach - Teddy Draper, Jr., Coach Ophelia Garcia, Coach Sharon Watson, Coach Tawny Draper Teddy Draper, Jr.


Teddy Draper, Sr. | Arizona Indian Living Treasures Awards

www.ailta.org [cached]

Teddy Draper, Sr.
Teddy Draper, Sr., is a Navajo Code Talker. A Navajo tribal member, Mr. Draper was born in Canyon Del Muerto, Arizona. He currently resides in the community of Chinle, Arizona. During WW II, Mr. Draper employed the Navajo language in service of his community and the United States. Mr. Draper fought in the battle of Iwo Jima. He received a Purple Heart as well as the U.S. Congressional Silver Medal. As one of the Navajo Code Talkers, Mr. Draper has made countless appearances and presentations across the nation. Since his return from the war, Mr. Draper has dedicated his life to teaching the Navajo language. Mr. Draper began teaching the Navajo language at the Rough Rock Community high school. Due to the lack of teaching materials, Mr. Draper improvised and created his own materials for language instruction. He went on to produce countless teaching materials including the widely used "Dine Bizaad" workbook, which continues to be the staple of many Navajo language classes to date. Mr. Draper's goal was to create a foundation for the future of Navajo language instruction in the classroom. His goal was realized as Navajo language instruction continues to flourish as a result of his texts. Mr. Draper's contributions include the creation of Navajo language instruction in many schools such as the Navajo Preparatory School as well as Diné College. His legacy continues as many students continue to benefit from his materials in the classroom.


Color Workshop

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Our chief guide, Teddy Draper, Sr., was born in Canyon Del Muerto and was a Navajo Code Talker with the U.S. Marines during World War II.
Mr. Draper's comments and insights are priceless, and his knowledge of this land is second to none. Ted Draper


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