Goodbye Buffalo Bay Lessons - Residential School Novel Study
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- Supporting Indigenous Resources for Inclusive Learning in Elementary Classrooms This is a BUNDLE supporting two books written by award winning Cree author, Larry Loyie, As Long as the Rivers Flow and GoodBye Buffalo Bay As Long as the Rivers Flow, written by written by Larry Loyie, with Constance BrPrice $15.00Original Price $17.00Save $2.00
Supporting Indigenous Resources for Inclusive Learning in Elementary and High School Classrooms
Goodbye Buffalo Bay, written by award-winning Cree author Larry Loyie, is the true story and sequel to, As Long as the Rivers Flow. It follows the character Lawrence, depicting his time at residential school and life afterwards.
This novel study contains a 23 page student response booklet (and detailed answer key) that goes beyond basic comprehension. Using higher-level thinking, developing skills to analyze and support critical thinking, students learn foundation strategies that will follow them to high school and beyond.
This resource also includes two 'Big Questions' focusing on Child Rights violations committed by the residential schools and the complexities of multigenerational trauma caused by residential schools.
This novel study is suitable for individual independent learners, small groups and as a whole class study.
** This unit is also part of a bundle: As Long as the Rivers Flow and Goodbye Buffalo Bay BUNDLE**
Other Units you may be interested in:
Strong Stories: Coast Salish Series BUNDLE
Strong Stories: Tlingit Series BUNDLE
To obtain a copy of this book and others like it, I recommend checking out Strong Nations, an online bookstore supplying Indigenous books. Not only do they have an extensive selection, they provide themed book bundles for all age ranges.