First Nations Families OUT OF PRINT

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First Nations Families is part of the First Nations Education Division's Readers 97 Series. This primary level reader introduces ten First Nations families who live in the Victoria area of British Columbia. These families represent the diversity of the "family" in the 1990s. For each family, a young child introduces the members of the family, where they live and what each family member likes to do. Each page is illustrated with simple sketches that enhance the controlled vocabulary text. A valuable resource for encouraging reading and learning about First Nations families.

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Tsi Ni:iot Tsi Iotiienta:'on Naiesa'nahkonta:ko Ne Otsi'nahkontahkwa:ne - How the Bees Got Their Stingers

$33.00

Tsi Ni:iot Tsi Iottiienta:'on Naiesa'nahkonta:ko Ne Otsi'nahkontahkwa:ne – How the Bees Got Their Stingers is a Mohawk language resource adapted by Tewateronhiakhwa Mina Beauvais for elementary level students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. This story comes from the Ojibway Nation and explains how Nanabush helped the bees defend their food. Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

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Ohen:ton Karihwatehkwen - Thanksgiving Address

$49.00

Ohen:ton Karihwatehkwen - Thanksgiving Address is produced by the Kanehsatake Resource Centre, Quebec as a language resource. The Thanksgiving Address was adapted by Kawinonhsen Audrey Nelson. This illustrated text is available in the Mohawk Language only. No English translation in this title. This cerlox bound text is an excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk. Please note: cost reflects publisher's full-colour photocopying expenses.

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Ono:ra Kaia'ton:ni Oka:ra - The Corn Husk Doll

$13.50

Ono:ra Kaia'ton:ni Oka:ra - The Corn Husk Doll is a Mohawk story adapted by Karonhiano:ron Alice McDonald for Mohawk language students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. The illustrated text is written in Mohawk. This story about a faceless corn husk doll explains the meaning of true beauty. The text was developed for elementary level students learning the Mohawk language. Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk.

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