WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan

WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
WHAT DOES RECONCILIATION MEAN TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? - Lesson Plan
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  1. This bundle of 5 lesson plans includes activities for reading and writing workshop. This package explores racial equality (from a Canadian First Nations, Métis, Inuit perspective) and uses a variety of resources: "What Does Reconciliation Mean to Indigenous People" by Angela Sterritt (article)"I Lov
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This engaging and detailed lesson plan for the article "What Does Reconciliation Mean to Indigenous People" by Angela Sterritt, the poem "I Love This Land" by Chief R. Stacey LaForme, and the video "What is Reconciliation" explores race equality (from a Canadian First Nations, Métis, Inuit perspective) with activities for reading workshop and writing workshop (comprehension strategies, small group analysis activity, task cards, large group discussion). This lesson is adaptable for grades 7 to 12.

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