(Innu) Children go out in the woods

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Indigenous Language
Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Physical Education, On-the-Land

Early Childhood Education

Acknowledgement Protocol

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Name Role/Job Title Place
Louis Lalo
Julie Mestokosho
Patrick Michel
Anne-Philomène Mollen
Réal Vollant
Julie Basile
Joyce Basile
Anita Mestokosho
Tania Courtois
Mario Piétacho
Kate Benjamin
Lise Mestokosho
Marie-Ève Piétacho
Desanges Vollant
Sylvianne Fontaine
Nathalie Ouellet
Josée Vollant
Francis Ishpatau
Judith Mestokosho
Sandra Mestokosho
Kathleen André
Marie Tshernish
Annie Pilote
Jean-Luc Ratel

Lesson Plan

Title Type
Innu-aimun mak innu-aitun (English) File

Lesson Plan Length

Estimated Length (hh:mm): 0:23
(includes time for instruction, activities, self-reflection, and assessment, if applicable)

Other Details

Meets curriculum expectations or outcomes for: Québec

Lesson Plan Topics


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