2822 by Francine Cunningham - Lesson Plan - FNMI Theme

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  1. This bundle of 7 lesson plans explores Canadian Indigenous themes using reading workshop and writing workshop. Literature used:Dancer by Vickie Sears (short story)Borders by Thomas King (short story)The Medicine Bag by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve (short story)Shinny Game Melted the Ice by Richard Wa
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This engaging lesson plan for the short story "2822" by Francine Cunningham uses reading workshop and writing workshop to explore the effects of forced sterilization on women from the perspective of Canadian Indigenous peoples.

The lesson includes: comprehension strategy stems, a quick write, and a book talk option. It also uses the video "Separating Children from Parents: 80+ Indigenous Women Allege Coerced Sterilization in Class-Action Lawsuit" from CBC News and the poem "Eugenics" by James McClain .

Links to the video, poem, and short story are included. Lesson is adaptable for grades 7 to 12.

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