Shared Learnings: Integrating BC Aboriginal Content K-10 focuses on the diversity, depth, and integrity of the cultures of British Columbia Aboriginal peoples. It is a guide for teachers, developed in
These are stories about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, the Highway of Tears, Indigenous rights activism, violence against Indigenous Women, Indigenous stereotypes, racism, marginalized communities, community healing, the Oka Crisis,
This informative and easy-to-follow guide is organized into sections by grade levels: early learners – grade 4, Grades 5 – 8, and grades 9 – 12 and beyond. Each section
This virtual exhibition aims to give voice to the experience of the many Métis children who were forced to attend Indian Residential Schools.
This FNESC resource has been developed in response to desire on the part of teachers for more guidance and information on how to incorporate First Peoples materials into their instruction
These films for middle school learners touch on various subjects related to the topic of nationhood, including: the search for identity, Atikamekw roots, fatherhood, richness of heritage, celebration of heritage
These short films for younger learners are by Indigenous filmmakers from across Canada. These stories address a range of subjects, such as: the influence of elders, realizing your potential, sharing
This virtual exhibition, curated by Gregory Scofield for the Legacy of Hope Foundation, is the online counterpart to a touring exhibition that aims to give voice to the experience of
The main objective of The Grade 7 Cross-Curricular Teacher Guide is to provide teachers with lessons and resources that focus on the contemporary Métis in British Columbia. It is important
The Grade 4 Métis Cross Curricular Unit provides teachers and students with information and instruction on the Métis people and their culture. The objective of the Guide is to answer
Some items in the Coast Salish collection: Hul’qumi’num language kits, CDs, books (of numbers, animals, lessons, etc.) integrated inquiry based unit of study using Stz’uminus legends Eagle Power: a legend
Instructions: After watching the video clip. engage in the what did I used to think what do I think now activity.
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the what makes you say that activity?
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the color-symbol-routine activity. Ask students: What colour do you think of when you think about the video? What is a symbol that