UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher First Nations Full Day Kindergarten Video: Primary One Curriculum is a 38 minute video developed by First Nations Education Division of the Greater Victoria School District, British Columbia. Cree educator and storyteller Brenda Andrews effectively uses puppetry to present three Trickster stories for young children. In the video, Andrews introduces the stories by explaining their importance and asking the viewer to listen carefully for the lesson contained in these entertaining legends.
Qu'est-ce qu'on y voit? L'art autochtone de la côte nord-ouest du Pacifique is the French edition for What Am I Seeing?: Pacific Northwest Coast Aboriginal Art. This edition was translated by Andree-Marie Burton and Louise Bedard. This is an informative sixty-four page guide to art created by the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest Coast. The guide is written by educator Karin Clark with the assistance of First Nations artists Jim Gilbert, Bell Helin, and Ron Stacy. The book begins with a brief overview of the First Nations who live in British Columbia.
Learning By Designing: Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian Art, volume 2 is the follow-up manual for Learning By Designing volume 1 and takes the reader further into an understanding of Northwest Coast First Nations art and design. The authors Jim Gilbert and Karin Clark provide teachers and students with a basic introduction to the art of the Northwest Coast as well as an understanding First Nations ethics and philosophy.
Learning By Designing: Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian Art, volume 1 is a comprehensive reference tool for anyone interested in the art designs of the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations. Karin Clark and Jim Gilbert have provided an especially detailed resource that draws on their combined talents as educator and art teacher. While neither author has First Nations ancestry, they have both studied with and interviewed Northwest Coast artists and Elders.
Learning By Doing: Northwest Coast Native Indian Art by educator Karin Clark and artist Jim Gilbert offers elementary and secondary teachers a curriculum guide to teaching the basics of Northwest Coast art. The step-by-step instruction builds on simple designs to the more complex basics of drawing, designing, painting and carving. The work focuses on Kwakwaka'wakw designs and presents blackline masters, lessons, and assessment forms.
What Am I Seeing?: Pacific Northwest Coast Aboriginal Art is an informative sixty-four page guide to art created by the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest Coast. The guide is written by educator Karin Clark with the assistance of First Nations artists Jim Gilbert, Bell Helin, and Ron Stacy. The book begins with a brief overview of the First Nations who live in British Columbia. The explanation of the Potlatch is provided because this is one of important ceremonies of the First Nations for which specific regalia, masks, containers, jewelry and gifts are created.
First Nations Technology is part of the First Nations Education Division's Readers 97 Series. This primary level reader introduces students to the technology of the First Nations of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Illustrated with black and white images, the controlled vocabulary text gives young readers an idea of how the Salish, NuuChahNulth and KwaKwaKa'wakw lived in the past and today. The book covers houses, travel, hunting, fishing, gathering, clothing, and food preparation. The contributions and achievements of the Northwest Coast Nations are highlighted.
First Nations Awareness: Putting It All Together is a curriculum resource developed by First Nations Education Division of the Greater Victoria School District for First Nations studies for grades K-7. The resource consists of 10 lessons about the First Nations of the Northwest Coast â€“ Kwakwaka'wakw, Nuu-chah-nulth and Salish. The resource is written in the Cognitive Education method style. This guide allows students to learn about Northwest Coast Peoples and their culture.
First Nations Young People: Becoming Healthy Leaders for Today and Tomorrow, Part Two: Study Track/Career is a comprehensive package of activities designed for secondary level students. The first part deals with learning, communication, study skills, and test taking skills and includes activities, quotes and ideas for discussion. The second part deals with making the transition to the world of work by taking personal interest and skills inventories, awareness of employer requirements, planning a budget, researching in the job market, and creating a record book for use in job search.
First Nations Young People: Becoming Healthy Leaders For Today and Tomorrow Part One: Balance was developed by First Nations Education Division of the Greater Victoria School District, British Columbia. This school resource was designed to assist families, communities and schools who want to guide their young people in character development so that they become healthy leaders of tomorrow. The philosophy is based on First Nations ideals of balancing healthy mind, body, spirit and emotion.