Sarah Hudson

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Sarah Hudson
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A new approach to integrating First Nations/ Native American Literature in the classroom.
 
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Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroom Fatty Legs, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences while
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3.8
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Supporting First Nations and Native American Literature in the Classroom Famous Canadian First Nations artist, Roy Henry Vickers, teams up with Robert Budd to create a book series eloquently depicting classic Northwest Coast Legends. This unit
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4.0
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Supporting First Nations and Native American Literature in the Classroom I AM NOT A NUMBER, written by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer, illustrated by Gillian Newland, is a heartbreaking story about a young girl’s experience at a residential
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3.8
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Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroom Fatty Legs, and A Stranger at Home, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the hardships an Inuit girl
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When I Was Eight and Not My Girl Bundle combines two separate products featured on my page: When I was Eight - Supporting First Nations' and Inuit Literature in the Classroom and Not My Girl - Supporting First Nations' and Inuit Literature in
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7 ratings
3.8
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Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroom A Stranger at Home, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Liz Amini Holms depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences
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3 ratings
3.7
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom Storm Boy and Frog Girl, by Paul Owen Lewis, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as connection, questioning, and
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4.0
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Integrating information and visual graphics. This blank, ten event timeline can be easily used in history, social studies, and language arts lessons and units. There are three timelines included: lined, interlined and blank Anytime sequencing
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3 ratings
4.0
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom Shi-shi-etko and Shin-chi's canoe are beautifully written stories by Nicola I. Campbell and illustrated by Kim La Fave, gently introducing the subject of residential schools, to
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3.9
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Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the Classroom Sugar Falls, A Residential School Story, written by David Alexander Robertson and illustrated by Scott B. Henderson, is a heartbreaking story about a young girl’s experience
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3 ratings
3.2
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Integrating information and visual graphics. This blank, six event timeline can be easily used in history, social studies, and language arts lessons and units. There are three timelines included: lined, interlined and blank Anytime sequencing
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4.0
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom In this unit, students explore this incredibly rich story with reading comprehension strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizing.
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4.0
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Supporting First Nations, Inuit and Native American Literature in the Classroom When I was Eight, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard, depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences
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3 ratings
3.8
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Supporting Inuit, First Nations' and Native American Literature in the classroom This bundle is a combination of two individual novel units,As The Rivers Flow, written by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden and illustrated by Heather D.
$14.00
3 ratings
4.0
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Supporting First Nations/Native American Literature in the Classroom Shin-chi's Canoe is a beautifully written story by Nicola I. Campbell and illustrated by Kim La Fave, gently introducing the subject of residential schools, appealing to children
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Integrating information and visual graphics. This blank, seven event timeline can be easily used in history, social studies, and language arts lessons and units. There are three timelines included: lined, interlined and blank Anytime sequencing
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom Grandmother's Dreamcatcher, written by Becky ray McCain and illustrated by Stacey Schuett, describes the tradition and meaning behind dreamcatchers while engaging readers with
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4.0
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom The Two Sisters, written by Pauline Johnson and illustrated by Sandra Butt, explores First Nations’, (Native American) literature by examining the legend behind The
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2 ratings
3.5
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Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom Shi-shi-etko is a beautifully written story by Nicola I. Campbell and illustrated by Kim La Fave, gently introducing the subject of residential schools, appealing to children
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4.0
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Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the Classroom As Long as the Rivers Flow, written by written by Larry Loyie, with Constance Brissenden and illustrated by Heather D. Holmlund is a true story beautifully describing ten
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3.9
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I've been teaching in the Vancouver public school system for 17 years. I'm also an: advocate for social issues, artist, published writer, and (for a few years) TV co-host and reporter.

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Having decades of experience, I'm passionate about efficiently teaching meaningful lessons. However, learning should also be fun, engaging, profound and creative.

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