Aboriginal Languages in Canada (various grades)
BC Ministry of Education, Aboriginal Education Resources
This website contains Ministry-approved materials for teaching First Nations in the classroom, including Integrated Resource Packages (IRPs), maps, ongoing research projects, and links to other useful resources. There are not very many resources, but they should all be very useful.
A teaching tool by KAIROS to raise awareness and understanding of the nation to nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Discrimination and Identity (Gr. 9-12)
First Nations Resource Use on the Northwest Coast: Investigations into Geography, Ecology, Knowledge and Resource Management
(Social Studies – Grades 9-10)
Full Circle: First Nations, Métis, Inuit Ways of Knowing
Substantial & broad resource – provides numerous secondary lesson plans, arranged by subject, which incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing
Living and Working in Oona River
(Social Studies, Geography 11)
Math First Peoples (Gr. 8-9)
On the Path of the Elders (Gr. 9-10)
A Sense of Place: Regional Identity, Informal Economy, and Resource Management
(Social Studies, BC First Nations Studies – Grade 11)
Traditional Plant Knowledge of the Tsimshian
(Science, Social Studies, Home Economics – Grades 9-12)
Tsimshian Involvement in the Forest Sector
(Social Studies, BC First Nations Studies – Grades 10-11)
Two Ways of Knowing, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Meets Western Science
(Science & Traditional Ecological Knowledge – Grade 11)
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