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Reading Guide / Novel Study - Enfants de la rébellion by Susanne Julien
Ce produit accompagne le roman Enfants de la rébellion écrit par Susanne Julien, auteure québécoise, qui traite les Rébellions au Bas-Canada en 1837 et 1838. Ci-inclus, il y a des listes de vocabulaire par chapitre et des activités pour les pratiquer, des questions de compréhension et de discussion
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Interactive Read Aloud – Shin-chi’s Canoe - A Story about Residential Schools
This interactive read aloud is a great way to combine Social Studies and Language Arts! Shin-chi’s Canoe is a beautifully illustrated book about one family’s experience with Residential Schools. What is Included? • Two Interactive Read Aloud Lessons • Lesson1 focuses on the forward of the book. Th

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Buffalo Hunt - Metis -  Our Canadian Girl
This Metis resource is matched with the Saskatchewan Curriculum. Buffalo Hunt is a Canadian, historical chapter book. Each outcome is listed with its corresponding question. ELA, Social Studies, Health, and Art outcomes are supported with these activity pages. The author cleverly weaves true M
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Residential School - Investigating the Injustice through Children's Literature
Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroom This bundle is a combination of two individual novel units,As The Rivers Flow, written by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden and illustrated by Heather D. Holmlund and I AM NOT A NUMBER, written by Jenny Ka
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Mini-Guide for Middlers: Anne of Green Gables Interactive
This guide was updated and expanded in April of 2018. This is a two-week study for the book titled Anne of Green Gables, by L. M. Montgomery. An orphan girl finds a home in this classic story. A mini-guide contains vocabulary activities, discussion questions, reading activities, extension activit
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Fatty Legs
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Canadian History (2) 1866-1910 -  Novel Studies
This unit for Grades 7 - 8 contains novels that tell of the events leading to Confederation, The Riel Rebellions, the Klondike gold rush, building the Trans Canada Railway, and the lives of new immigrants to Canada. (105 pages) Novels are: Spy in the Shadows, A Ribbon of Shining Steel, Soldier Boy
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Trapped in 1867
SYNOPSIS: Desperate to get a great mark on her 150 year anniversary presentation of Ottawa, Gauri sneaks into her dad's time machine with a boy from her class and travels back to 1867. Problems quickly unfold, leaving the two fifth-graders trapped in the unforgiving elements of winter, struggling to
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Jason's New Dugout Canoe - First Nations' and Native American Literature
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom Jason's New Dugout Canoe written by Joe Barber-Starkey and illustrated by Paul Montpellier, describes the process of making a dugout canoe.The story is told from the perspective of a little boy named, Jason, engaging young reader
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Kookum's Red Shoes - A Residential School Unit
Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the ClassroomKookum's Red Shoes, written by written by Peter Eyvindson, and illustrated by Sheldon Dawson is a heartfelt story describing a little girl's experience before, during and after residential school. This short story unit was cr
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Mini-Guide for Middlers: Anne of Green Gables Reproducibles
This product was updated and expanded in April of 2017. These reproducibles enable parents/teachers to use the mini-guide for Anne of Green Gables with multiple students. The reproducibless include all of the fill-in-the-blank activities; when you purchase the reproducibles, you have permission to
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The Hollow Tree Novel Study Guide
This teacher resource is designed to accompany the novel The Hollow Tree written by Janet Lunn. It contains teaching suggestions, vocabulary and comprehension questions for each chapter and 50 extension activities. These activities allow students of varying levels of ability to achieve the outcome
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Shin-chi's Canoe - First Nations' and Native American Literature
Supporting First Nations/Native American Literature in the Classroom Shin-chi's Canoe is a beautifully written story by Nicola I. Campbell and illustrated by Kim La Fave, gently introducing the subject of residential schools, appealing to children of all ages. It is a sequel to the enchanting story
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Not My Girl - Inuit, First Nations', Native American Literature Lessons
Supporting Inuit, First Nations and Native American Literature in the classroom Not My Girl, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard, depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences while reuniting with her family after attending a northern r
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Interactive Read Aloud “When I Was Eight” A Residential Schools Story
This interactive read aloud will be a fantastic addition to your Reader’s Workshop. The book “When I was Eight” is an intense story about a young girl in a residential school. This is the perfect read aloud if you are trying to introduce residential schools to your upper elementary or junior high st

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Fatty Legs and A Stranger at Home BUNDLE - Inuit, Native American Novel Studies
Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroomFatty Legs, and A Stranger at Home, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the hardships an Inuit girl experiences while attending a northern residential sch
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As Long as the Rivers Flow -  A First Nations' Native American Novel Study
Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the ClassroomAs Long as the Rivers Flow, written by written by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden and illustrated by Heather D. Holmlund is a true story beautifully describing ten year-old Lawrence's life before going to residential sch
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Fatty Legs - An Inuit, Native American Novel Study
Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroomFatty Legs, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences while attending a northern residential school. This novel study
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I AM NOT A NUMBER - First Nations' and Native American Literature
Supporting First Nations and Native American Literature in the Classroom I AM NOT A NUMBER, written by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer, illustrated by Gillian Newland, is a heartbreaking story about a young girl’s experience at a residential school. All BC Curriculum Big Ideas for grade 4-
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When I Was Eight and Not My Girl BUNDLE - Inuit and Native American Literature
When I Was Eight and Not My Girl Bundle combines two separate products featured on my page: When I was Eight - Supporting First Nations' and Inuit Literature in the Classroom and Not My Girl - Supporting First Nations' and Inuit Literature in the Classroom When I was Eight and Not My Girl, w
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"As Long as the Rivers Flow" Study Guide Companion
This companion study guide for the picture book "As Long as the Rivers Flow" presents ideas for teachers to use when presenting this book to students. It is on the recommended resource list for all provincial curriculums and touches on all aspects of English Language Arts outcomes as well as some So
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Island Kids - Integrating Language Arts Reading Strategies and History
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Themes in the Classroom Island Kids, written by Tara Saracuse, is a compilation of stories about BC history, written from a child’s perspective. The characters are real and the stories are exciting and intriguing. You don’t have to be from British Columbia
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Online Scavenger Hunt - Call of the Wild
This is an online scavenger hunt with answer key. The website is Discovery Channel and the scavenger hunt follows modules about the Klondike Gold Rush to provide background on the novel. This requires the students to read the modules closely to answer all 15 questions. Can be used in SS classes as w
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A Stranger at Home - Fatty Legs Sequel  An Inuit, Native American Novel Study
Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroomA Stranger at Home, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences while trying to adjust to life back home after attending a
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Reconciliation Conversations in Graphic Novel, "The Outside Circle"
Looking to add diverse cultural experiences in your English or history classes? Conversation starters here help students to engage the graphic novel, "The Outside Circle." HIT HERE FOR VIDEO DESCRIPTION OF THIS PRODUCT The story of one Aboriginal family and the challenges they face lends itself
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Canadian History (1) 1630-1837  Novel Studies
This unit for Grades 7 - 8 contains historical novels that tell of the life in New France, the contributions of the voyageurs, the immigration of the Loyalists, the lives of immigrants from Europe, the War of 1812, living in the city of York and the 1837 rebellion in Upper Canada (100 pages) No
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Safe As Houses: Eric Walters - Novel Study Unit
Novel Study Unit - Comprehension: before, after reading - Challenges: grammer, connections, activities - Maps, photos - History / geography connections Units Contains: Pre Reading - 5 questions and discussions Chapters - Each has a Before, After and Challenge (preview). 5-10 questions per chapter
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Sugar Falls  A Residential School Story - First Nations And Native American Lit.
Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the Classroom Sugar Falls, A Residential School Story, written by David Alexander Robertson and illustrated by Scott B. Henderson, is a heartbreaking story about a young girl’s experience at a residential school. Comprehension reading
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Japanese Canadians - Internment Camps
Can be used with grade 10 history or with the Freedom Writers' Diaries, when this issue is mentioned.
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Canadian History (3) 1912-1936 - Novel Studies
This unit for Grades 7 - 8 contains novels that tell of the First World war, the extreme drought in the prairie provinces and the effects of the Great Depression on rural and urban communities in Canada. (93 pages) Novels are: Home Child, Charlie Wilcox, The Hydrofoil Mystery, After the Dancing
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A Stranger at Home
This is the follow novel to Fatty Legs.
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The Inconvenient Indian Novel Study Thomas King
This unit is an exploratory Novel Study of The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King. It covers many important First Nations issues both historically and to the present day for both Canada and the USA. The study is broken down with discussion/written questions for each chapter, an Answer Key, and a g
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Copper Sunrise - An Interactive Novel Study with the Smart Board
This is a Smart Notebook file! It has interactive, creative based activities for each chapter of the book. Some activities include: writing a shape poem, plotting the course of the ship, writing a friendly letter, etc. It also includes ready made rubrics for each activity.
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Middle School Inquiry Based Novel Study
The Canadian Highland is first and foremost an entertaining adventure with strong characters. Taking place during the early 19th century, the novel tells the story of Molly Fraser and her struggle to carve out a life for herself and her family in Western Canada. Starting in The Scottish Highland
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Kaugjagjuk - A Traditional Inuit Tale
Supporting Inuit Literature and Legends in the Classroom Kaugjagjuk, written by Marion Lewis and illustrated by Kim Smith, is a centuries old Inuit tale, orally passed down from generation to generation. From the perspective of an orphan, Kaugjagjuk, overcoming hardship and adverse conditions thru
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Inuit Folklore and Traditional Tales Unit
Supporting Inuit Literature, Legends and Folktales in the Classroom Inuit Traditional Stories are centuries old Inuit tales, orally passed down from generation to generation. Many of these stories are thrilling, creepy, created to warn, scare and entertain. These stories are perfect for students i
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