These lesson plans relate to governance including understanding the past and learning about resistance to colonialism through stories of survival by residential school survivors in order to make connections between people, place, environment, culture and government.
This lesson plan is a continuation of the group work in a related lesson plan on the Berger Inquiry (see 'Related Lesson Plans'), but this could be a stand-alone lesson plan, too. It teaches criti...History
In this lesson plan, students will learn about the history of the Dene Nation's resistance to the 1970s MacKenzie Valley Pipeline Project, and their participation in the Berger Inquiry. Using key d...
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 Indigenou...Health, Art, Family and Parenting, History, Performing Arts or Drama, Civics, Indigenous Language, Social Studies, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being
Through art, technology, writing, and hands-on learning, this lesson plan explores the connections between people, place, environment, culture, and government....English Language Arts, Art, Indigenous Language, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Physical Education
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 Indigenou...History, Civics, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Social Studies, Health, Indigenous Language