|Aboriginal Education 101|
Aboriginal 101 is an introduction to Aboriginal history and culture to help teachers build background knowledge and gain some basic information to help educators with interweaving Aboriginal perspectives and worldview into lessons.
You will find basic information on local protocols, information about the diversity of Canada's First Nation, Métis and Inuit people and our local K'ómoks First Nation band.
|Book Lists and Lessons|
Look here for locally developed resources as well as lessons from Strong Nations Publishing and First Nations Education Steering Committee.
Aboriginal Themes Kits and Information
Available at the Learning Resource Center School District 71
Learning Resources Center Aboriginal Kits and Information
- comprehensive list compiled by Suzanne Camp, District Cultural Resource Aide, organized by theme and topic
|Demo: Weaving Aboriginal Content|
This demonstration lesson was woven with math, literacy and formative assessment. It was co-presented at the January 23, 2013 CST Meeting. It's intent was to show how an Aboriginal artifact or realia item could be used to weave Aboriginal culture into other subject areas, and how to use the AFL strategies in our lesson plans.
Lesson created by Lynn.Swift@sd71.bc.ca, Melissa.Litke@sd71.bc.ca, Carol.firstname.lastname@example.org, and Cheryl.email@example.com
These are links to some of our favourtie Nonfiction Blackline Masters used to help students deepen their comprehension of text...before, during and after reading. Compiled from a variety of sources by Lynn Swift, Gail Martindale and Carol Walters.