These lesson plans relate to climate change in different ways. Connections can be made between how climate change has impacted trees, water resources, caribou, and the environment where you live. Elders can be included in these lessons to share their observations and experiences how their lives and ways of being on-the-land have changed due to climate impacts.
This lessson is about the relationship, connection, and teachings of the bison, as well as, learning the spiritual, ecological, and characteristics of the bison. Students will view a series of vide...History, Health, Biology, Family and Parenting, On-the-Land, Science, Social Studies
Grade: 10 [11, 12, Youth (up to age 30), Post-Secondary]
Cette activité permet d'enseigner aux élèves les fonctions des différentes composantes d'un érable, et la façon d'utiliser un diagramme de dispersion pour rendre compte de la relation entre la réco...Biology, History, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Math, Social Studies
This lesson plan allows students to explore functions of the different structures found within a tree and to use scatter plots to consider the relationship between sweet water harvesting and climat...Math, Biology, History, Social Studies, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being
Through the sharing of stories and ceremony, this lesson plan teaches texture as an element of art through hands-on learning in the outdoor environment.
The lesson explores the connection between a...English Language Arts, Social Studies, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Science, Archaeology, Family and Parenting, History, Civics
This lesson plan is part of a series of four Gatherings shared with NCCIE from the book 'Spirit of the Island - Manitoulin's People ~ Stories of Indigenous-Settler Historical ...Health, History, Civics, Indigenous Language, Social Studies, Nutrition, On-the-Land
Grade: 12 [10, 11, Youth (up to age 30), Post-Secondary, Professional Development/Continuing Education]