Strength and Struggle: Perspectives from First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples in Canada Teacher's Resource is the teaching resource for the student reader, Strength and Struggle, from McGraw-Hill Ryerson's iLit Series. The Teacher’s Resource contains selection support for each piece in the student resource and includes suggestions for Assessment for/of/as Learning; call outs to demonstrate text evidence; as well as, questions and modeled exemplars are provided for the Before/During/After and Beyond questions.
Teacher's Guide for the Series Tales from Big Spirit is designed to help classroom teachers use the graphic novel series, Tales From Big Spirit, by David Alexander Robertson. The guide provides detailed lessons that meet a wide range of language arts and social studies goals, integrate Indigenous perspectives, and make curricular content more accessible to diverse learners. It is organized into three sections.
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Success is one of Pearson Education's Teacher Education Series. This volume authored by Deb St. Amant is a practical guide to understanding how the cultures and histories of Aboriginal peoples in Canada affects the learning of First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students. It provides teacher candidates and in-service teachers specific strategies and activities to boost Aboriginal student success in the school and the community.
Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education is one of the title's in Pearson Education's Teacher Education Series provides teacher candidates and in-service teachers with relevant information to help them integrate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit content, cultural history, and traditions into the classroom, providing students with a broader perspective of Canada and its population.
Rabbit and Bear Paws Sacred Seven Reader's Theatre is a 30-page Teacher Resource written by educator Tanya Leary to support Chad Solomon's graphic novel set, Sacred Seven. Each Reader's Theatre supports one of the Seven Grandfather Teachings: Love, Courage, Truth, Wisdom, Humility, Honesty, and Respect. Designed for primary grades one to three each script offers curriculum connections, as well as Differentiated Instruction and Literacy Extensions. The scripts feature the characters from the Sacred Seven series and include Rabbit, Bear Paws, and Strawberry.
Str8up and Gangs: The Untold Stories Study Guide is the 16-page teacher resource designed to assist classroom teachers using the thirteen stories in Str8up and Gangs: The Untold Stories. Each story has 2 to 3 questions provided. These questions allow students to think about each story and find themes such relationships, community, social equity issues, and wellness. Teaching strategies include journaling, talking circles, role plays, creative writing, cooperative games, guided discussion and group projects.
Engagement et Responsabilisation des Jeunes Autochtones: Trousse D'Outils Destinee aux Fournisseurs de Services is the French language edition of Engaging and Empowering Aboriginal Youth: A Toolkit for Service Providers. The popular guide book for service providers and educators working with Aboriginal youth and teens in a variety of capacities contains a self-assessment guide to identify strengths and weaknesses in any youth organization's program. The authors include two non-Aboriginal mental health workers, Claire V.
Adventures of Rabbit and Bear Paws Teacher Guide #5: Bear Walker CD is a 89-page PDF file on CD developed by Tanya Leary and Chad Solomon as a guide for classroom teachers using the Bear Walker edition of the Rabbit and Bear Paws graphic novel series. includes information about the People of Turtle Island; Character Education; the Seven Grandfather Teachings (Humility); Literacy; Art (mural); Black Line Masters; Social Studies connections; Contributions (winter travel); and support resources. This graphic novel is designed around the concept of Humility.
The First Nations Series for Young Readers Teacher Resource is a 148-page guide for classroom teachers using the Second Story Press titles in lessons relating to social justice issues. Designed to provide helpful lesson ideas, curriculum connections, differentiated instruction, encourage critical thinking and literacy skills for the grade 4 to 10 levels. The author has selected the important concept of community as it applies to First Nations and Native Americans as the guiding principle.