Lesson plan for Grades 6-8 focuses on the book by Catherine O'Neill Grace and Margaret M. Bruchac.
Explains why the Metis prefer to use the word resistance to describe the conflicts labelled as the Red River Rebellion and North West Rebellion by the Canadian government and press.
Brief description of the teachings about wisdom, respect, truth, humility, bravery, honesty and love and the animals which represent them.
Discusses the importance of respect for Elders, their role as sources of knowledge, community leaders and carriers of culture, and the value of orality and learning through stories and conversation.
Content arranged under eight different categories: Theory and pedagogy, Curriculum development, Teacher perceptions, Teacher education, Culturally responsive case studies, Student attitudes toward mathematics, Standards, guidelines and recommendations, and Statistics.
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Contains links to individual lesson plans for Grades 1-8 covering subject areas of language, social studies, history, and treaties.
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Extensive list of titles with the applicable grade levels and subjects.
Educational resource tells the story of Thomas George Prince.
Background and information to accompany the videos: Don't Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice and A Message to You from the Hearts of Aboriginal Women.
For use with the coming-of-age young adult book by Sherman Alexie.
Students create formline design artwork inspired by works by Robert Davidson. Lesson plan intended for Grades 4-7.
Students create formline design artwork inspired by works by Robert Davidson. Lesson plan intended for Kindergarten to Grade 3.