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Home / Resources / ONC Nuc̓ama:t ‘i c̓ic̓uwatl ‘i iyatl – Science 9 Unit

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ONC Nuc̓ama:t ‘i c̓ic̓uwatl ‘i iyatl – Science 9 Unit

In this unit jointly created by NLPS and Ocean Networks Canada, students will explore multiple ways of knowing the beach environment through exploration of Hul’qumin’um’ language, personal connections, and science. Features include the Coast Salish story Xeel’s the Creator and an in-depth look at plankton which connects the biosphere, hydrosphere, and Earth’s daily rotation. The concept of system sustainability is central to the learning in this module, also represented through the meaning of the title which translates to working together as one with positive relationships.

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