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Aboriginal Groups of Canada is a snap shot of the six main cultural regions of Canada. Each Aboriginal group has a corresponding fact sheet. The students cut out each fact and glue them under the appropriate heading. A map provides the geographical
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First Nations (Indian) Residential Schools: A Culture Lost (Through the lens of: the Rights of a Child) has been developed to support the current Canadian curriculum standards. I have been using this presentation with classes from Grade 3 to Grade
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I have updated the First Nation Trading Game! I have added French Trading cards and included 'Metal Tools' for the Explorers. Enjoy! Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade
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The Aboriginal Salmon Cycle in West Coast Native Design. These designs are all original and follow the basic design styles of the native westcoast peoples.The design elements of Ovoids, U-forms, and S-forms are explained. I have included 3D models,
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Explore how the Aboriginal concept of interconnectedness of the environment is learned through story and art. The Elders Are Watching uses two readily available Aboriginal children's books to assist students with the concept of
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The Salmon Life Cycle Game takes students on the journey of a salmon. The students begin as an egg and experience the struggles a salmon faces as it grows into a spawner. The games the students play are interactive and informative. The games help
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Coast Salish Art and Design is very distinct from Northwest Coast 'Formline' design. Coast Salish art uses three main design elements (Circle, cresent, and trigon) to create an image. Each design element has a symbolic relationship to the
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Canadian Explorer Trading Cards activity allows students to research and present, in a fun way, information about the explorers who had a hand in opening up North America, and especially Canada, to trade between First Nations and Europeans. Students
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Legends were designed in their oral nature to pass on a teaching or lesson (moral) for the young to understand. Also, a legend had some form of magic or transformation. These two story elements in a legend are what set them apart from general
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Salmon egg, Salmon cycle, egg, West coast first nations, art, native egg design, Aboriginal salmon egg, Tall Elk west coast native art
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Aboriginal; First Nations; Indigenous; Native group of Canada - Inuit. This is an easy to use cut and paste fact sheet. It is perfect for researching the Inuit. Facts about Location/Climate, Clothing, Food, and Shelter have been randomly placed on
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching full-time for 23 years, and have taught from grades K - 12. I am currently an Aboriginal Education Resource Teacher. I am able to share my passion for Canadian Indigenous cultures. I try to incorporate and connect Indigenous beliefs and concepts throughout the curriculum.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a kinaesthetic learner and it shows in the lessons I create. I feel students engage in an activity when they can move, communicate and manipulate. My students work in an environment where they are encouraged to explore, create and try new things.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was honoured at a potlatch in 1997, receiving the traditional Sto:lo names 'peq xa xa spath' (White Spirit Bear) and 'híkw q'oyí:ts' (Tall Elk). I have won the Multicultural and Anti-Racism Award in 2014 for the work I was doing to promote Indigenous culture in the classrooms.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am of Maori decent from my mother's side. I have been a West Coast artist for more than 15 years. I have studied under Carmen Mckay (Sto:lo) and Mark George (Tsleil-Waututh). I am a carver, painter, and drum maker. The image on my home page is a carving I made called Eagle Spirit.

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