Tulugaq and Other Inuit Tales Lessons Scholastics Trickster Tales
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Supporting Indigenous Resources for Inclusive Learning for Elementary school Students
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This no-prep learning resource uses comprehension strategy activities: Summary, Visualization, Connection, Compare and Contrast , Prediction and Infer to support all eight stories in the Tulugaq series.
This resource can be used for: guided reading, literacy stations, small group learning, individual learning or whole class instruction.
Included is a 12-page student activity booklet, answer key, and assessment rubric.
This unit is suitable for grade 1 (with support) and grade 2, 3 ,4 and 5. With eight books/activities the unit could take between 2-3 weeks.
This product is featured in my blog! To find out how I use this unit in my class, follow the link: https://www.infusingindigenouslit.com/post/and-along-came-trickster-tales
This unit is based on the scholastic series graphic novel set, Trickster Tales: Tulugaq and other Inuit Tales, created by Chris Kientz and Angus Icewalker. The stories are not included in this unit but can be found on the Scholastic website.
The Tulugaq Tales included in this unit are:
Tulugaq and the First People
Tulugaq and the Snowy Owl
Tulugaq and the Colourful Dream
Tulugaq and the Fox
Tulugaq and the Snow Geese
Tulugaq and the First Light
The Hunter and the Promise
Tulugaq and the Whale
Other reading response units supporting the Scholastic Trickster Tale Series by Infusing Indigenous Literature are:
Chi-Jean and Other Metis Tales
This book and unit is featured in my blog: Infusing Indigenous Literature: Top 10 Inuit Traditional Tales
Follow my blog, Infusing Indigenous Literature, to see how I integrate Indigenous literature in my curriculum throughout the year: www.infusingindigenouslit.com