The Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan in French by Phyllis Webstad includes the following: Brainstorming Activity, Letter Writing, T-Shirt Design Activity, Comprehension Questions, Colouring, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search and Discussion for Grade 7 and older. This lesson plan can be used in conjunction with The Orange Shirt Story. The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad, Northern Secwepemc (Shuswap) from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation (Canoe Creek Indian Band), explains the truth behind Orange Shirt Day held each September 30th. The storyteller describes her first day attending St.
The Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan by Phyllis Webstad includes the following: Brainstorming Activity, Letter Writing, T-Shirt Design Activity, Comprehension Questions, Colouring, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search and Discussion for Grade 7 and older. This lesson plan can be used in conjunction with The Orange Shirt Story. The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad, Northern Secwepemc (Shuswap) from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation (Canoe Creek Indian Band), explains the truth behind Orange Shirt Day held each September 30th. The storyteller describes her first day attending St.
Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger, an enrolled member of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas, is contextualized in an America with homework, best friends, and pistachio ice cream. But there are some differences.This America has been shaped dramatically by the magic, monsters, knowledge, and legends of its peoples, those Indigenous and those not.
Finding Grace is the third book in the Autumn Dawn trilogy by Kim Sagafus, Ojibwa. In Finding Grace, Autumn Dawn has learned to deal with her dyslexia and her life is starting to look better, but a horrible accident threatens to change everything. When her mother and brother are crossing a street, they are accidentally hit by a car. Autumn? s little brother is okay, but her mother ends up in intensive care. Autumn? s father, who had walked away from his family a while ago, leaving them to fend for themselves, is now back in their lives and trying to make amends. When Autumn?
The Voyageurs: Forefathers of the Métis Nation is written by Zoey Roy, a Dene, Cree and Métis poet from Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. This book is translated by Michif Elder Norman Fleury, originally, from St. Lazare, Manitoba, and a gifted Michif storyteller. He speaks Michif, Cree, Anishinaabemowin, Dakota, French, and English. The Voyageurs is illustrated by Jerry Thistle, of Cree/Métis heritage. The Voyageurs tells an old story—integral to both the birth of the Métis Nation and to the development of Canada—in a new and engaging format.
The Ghost Collector by Allison Mills, Cree, is the story of Shelly and her grandmother who catch ghosts. In their hair. Just like all the women in their family, they can see souls who haven’t transitioned yet; it’s their job to help the ghosts along their journey. When Shelly’s mom dies suddenly, Shelly’s relationship to ghosts—and death—changes. Instead of helping spirits move on, Shelly starts hoarding them. But no matter how many ghost cats, dogs, or people she hides in her room, Shelly can’t ignore the one ghost that’s missing. Why hasn’t her mom’s ghost come home yet?
Orange Shirt Day tells the story of Orange Shirt Day, a day observed annually on September 30th to honour residential school survivors and their families, and to remember those who did not make it. This book explores the historical impact on Indigenous people in order to create champions who will walk a path of reconciliation through Orange Shirt Day, promoting the message that Every Child Matters. The Orange Shirt Society is a non-profit society based in Williams Lake BC that grew out of the events in 2013 inspired by Chief Robbins' vision for reconciliation.
La croqueuse de pierre is the French translation of The Gnawer of Rocks. Texte de Louise Flaherty et Illustrations de Jim Nelson. Alors que tout le monde se prépare pour l’hiver qui approche deux filles s’éloignent de leur camp, suivant un chemin formé de pierres à la fois étranges et magnifiques. Mais ce qui s’annonçait comme un après-midi paisible au coeur de la toundra devient rapidement cauchemardesque : les filles se retrouvent piégées dans la grotte de Mangittatuarjuk – la croqueuse de pierre!
Red: Un Manga Haida is the French version of the ground-breaking title Red, A Haida Manga, written and illustrated by Haida artist and activist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas. This book was translated from English by Marc Founier. Combining the art styles of Haida carvers and the graphic aspects of Japanese manga, Yahgulanaas creates a captivating and innovative graphic novel that retells a Haida narrative for a contemporary audience. The main character is Red, an orphan, who experiences tragic loss when his sister Jaada is kidnapped from their village.
Nuttah & Kitchi: National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration! is written by Sandra Samatte, educator/author from Skownan First Nation, Treaty 2 Territory, and illustrated and designed by Julian Grafenauer, Ojibwe, from Rolling River First Nation, Treaty 4 Territory. National Indigenous Peoples Day is held on June 21st to honour and celebrate Canada’s First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people, and to recognize the important achievements and contributions they have made. Join Nuttah & Kitchi from Skownan First Nation as they celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day.