Good methods to learn the Cherokee language include studying the resources provided by the Cherokee Nation and contacting an organization dedicated to preserving native languages. As with learning any language, the best method is practicing with native speakers.
There are a number of online resources which offer lessons for learning Cherokee, also know as Tsalagi. The Cherokee Nation website offers an introduction to the language as well as interactive games and activities. Although rote memorization has limitations, it aids with vocabulary retention. Graduated-interval recall, created by Dr. Paul Pimsleur, can be applied to Cherokee language learning. As of 2015, several organizations are working to provide mobile applications that aid Tsalagi students.