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Living in a Good Way with Dogs: Unit 1 - Our Ancestors and Our Dogs

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Corrie - 3 months ago
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Our Ancestors and Our Dogs is part of a program a…
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Activity
Assessment
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
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Grade Level
pre-K
K
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Submitted By
Corrie - 3 months ago
Description
Our Ancestors and Our Dogs is part of a program about dogs and First Nations. It is about how the First Peoples of North America have lived with dogs for a long time. You will meet Elders and others who share their stories about dogs and about caring for dogs. All of these people love and respect dogs and so they have shared their ideas about dogs with you. All are First Nations (Swampy Cree, Anishinaabe). We are proud to have them share about our peoples and our good ways with dogs. This unit is focused on learning about the ancestors of dogs and how our ancestors lived well with dogs. It explains how dogs have always been part of the life of First Nations People and how our relationship with dogs is changing. It tells how our feelings for dogs are important. It tells us how to care for our dogs so that we can live with them safely and respectfully.
Subject
Arts Education
Cross-Curricular
Aboriginal Education
English Language Arts
First Nations
Keywords
dogs
First Nations
Indigenous
Aboriginal
reserve dogs
URLs
https://www.ifaw.org/canada/our-work/education/living-in-a-good-way-with-dogs
Learning Standards
speaking and listening comprehension
Language
English
Date Created
Nov 14, 2018
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BC FNS12 - Cultural Appropriation Pinterest Assignment

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Lesson Plan
Grade Level
11
12
Submitted By
DianeC - 4 years ago
Description
This lesson and research assignment is intended t…
Resource Type
Activity
Lesson Plan
Grade Level
11
12
Submitted By
DianeC - 4 years ago
Description
This lesson and research assignment is intended to introduce students to the topic of Cultural Appropriation and how to evaluate types of information available on the Internet. Students will also learn how to use Pinterest.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
Aboriginal Education
Library and Information Systems
Social Justice
Social Studies
Keywords
BC First Nations Studies 12
Cultural Appropriation
Learning Standards
From: BC First Nations Studies 12 IRP: http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/irp/pdfs/social_studies/2006bcfns12.pdf Skills and Processes A1 apply critical thinking – including questioning, comparing, summarizing, drawing conclusions, hypothesizing, and defending a position – to make reasoned judgments about a range of issues, situations, and topics A2 demonstrate effective research skills, including: accessing information collecting data evaluating data organizing information presenting information citing sources A3 demonstrate skills and attitudes of active citizenship, including ethical behaviour, open-mindedness, respect for diversity, and collaboration Contact, Colonialism, and Resistance C5: analyse the varied and evolving responses of First Nations peoples to contact and colonialism Cultural Expressions D5 evaluate the importance for Aboriginal peoples to determine the use of their artistic traditions and historical artefacts
Duration
2-3 classes (approx. 70-80 minutes each)
Language
English
Date Created
Oct 16, 2014

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