This teaching resource offers an in-depth coverage of all the indicators for the outcome DR4.3 – Analyze the implications of the Treaty relationship in Saskatchewan.
Although it has been written to meet the outcome and indicators for the Saskatchewan Social Studies curriculum, it will meet the needs of educators teaching about the treaty relationship in Saskatchewan.
Lessons are presented in the order of the indicators:
a. Locate Treaty areas within Saskatchewan and locate reserves within the Treaty area of the school
b. Investigate conditions which precipitated Treaty negotiations in Saskatchewan
c. Research Treaty provisions, including the spirit and intent of the Treaties as well as material considerations
d. Assess the benefits of Treaties to all Saskatchewan people
Evaluation should be ongoing throughout the unit.
Keep records of how students demonstrate understanding of the concepts in class discussions, answers to questions and in the writings and research they do.
Assess the students journal writing as well as the end of the unit poster and compile these with the assessments of their written work as well as group work the classroom to arrive at an average grade for the unit.
Other Grade 4 Social Studies titles:
Saskatchewan Grade 4 Social Studies I Can Statement Posters
How First Nations and Metis Shape Saskatchewan
Origins of Cultural Diversity in Saskatchewan Communities
Influence of Saskatchewan Programs and People on a National Scale
Impact of the Land on Lifestyle and Settlement Patterns in Saskatchewan
First Nations and Metis Relationship with the Land
Governance Structures in Saskatchewan
The Three Levels of Government
First Nations and Metis Governments
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