These lesson plans relate to healing through stories of residential school survivors, resistance, medicine walks, and talking circles in order to understand truth and move into reconciliation and resurgence.
This lesson plan involves the process of cooking bison brains. In Part 6 of the Buffalo Hide Tanning and Teachings Video series, the Buffalo Peoples Art Institute share how to brain a hide. This le...Biology, History, Indigenous Language, On-the-Land, Social Studies, Science
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
Cette activité se concentre sur la reconnaissance et l’appréciation du rôle de l’histoire, du récit et de la tradition orale dans l’expression des perspectives, des valeurs, des croyances et des po...English Language Arts, History, Social Studies
Les élèves découvrent la chasse à l’orignal du point de vue d’un aîné, ainsi que la façon dont les cinq sens humains sont utilisés pour chasser. ...English Language Arts, Health, Nutrition, Biology, History, Science, Physical Education, Indigenous Language, Social Studies
The lesson involves learning the process and participating in a talking circle in a good way.
"Elementary talking circle teachings use the circle for communicating the importance of our difference...
This lesson includes two activites. The first is on how to harvest the spruce gum, and the second is on how to prepare the spruce gum to use as medicine tea. Within this teaching, students will lea...Health, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, On-the-Land
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
This lesson plan is part of a series of four Gatherings shared with NCCIE from the book 'Spirit of the Island: Manitoulin's People ~...History, Indigenous Language, Social Studies, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Careers, Literacy and Literature
This lesson plan focuses on recognizing and appreciating the role of story, narrative, and oral tradition in expressing First Peoples' perspectives, values, beliefs, and points of view. It will als...English Language Arts, History, Social Studies
Students will learn about moose hunting from an Elder's perspective, and how the five human senses are used to hunt.English Language Arts, Health, Nutrition, History, Biology, Indigenous Language, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies
This lesson plan provides students with a hands-on experience of gathering local, traditional medicines of the Stó:lō people.Indigenous Language, Science, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Health
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