Tales from the Tundra Lessons - Indigenous Resource - Inclusive Learning
Supporting Indigenous Resources for Inclusive Learning for Elementary School Students
This no-prep learning resource student response booklets uses reading comprehension strategies: Problem and Solution, Connection, Visualization, Summarizing, Retell as a Comic, Compare and Contrast, and Creating Similar Stories
This Indigenous resource explores Inuit Traditional Stories and can be used for: literacy stations, literacy centres, guided reading, small group instruction, or whole class instruction
This complete reading response unit is designed to support the children's book, Tales from the Tundra, retold by Ibi Kaslik and illustrated by Anthony Brennan.
Tales from the Tundra, is a collection of five traditional tales that have been told by many generations of elders and is perfectly geared for grades 2-4 or any classes focused on the Inuit or traditional tales.
This unit is developed to support a single read aloud copy and can be reproduced as individual student response booklets. There is zero prep needed (other than photocopying) and has at least two weeks worth of activities.
Also included is an answer key and assessment rubric.
This book and unit is featured in my blog: Infusing Indigenous Literature: Top 10 Inuit Traditional Tales
Other Unit Suggestions:
When I was Eight and Not My Girl BUNDLE
When we Were Alone
Investigating the Injustice Through Children's Literature
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.