Residential School Resource

by Tania Thomas

It would be a great to learn about First Nation people by connecting to the land.  Shi-Shi-etko by Nicola Campbell.

First Peoples Principles of Learning, “Learning ultimately supports the well-being of the self, the family, the community, the land, the spirits, and the ancestors.”



Residential Schools and Reconciliation
How do we reconcile past wrongs? Look at documents and objects from the Royal BC Museum’s ethnology collection and archives to learn about the effects of Indian residential schools and think about how we can reach reconciliation.
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Residential school resources
It is important to have authentic First Nations resources that are from First Peoples themselves.  First Nation people is about connecting to the land, and learning from elders, family and community.  

Family:  Bonds and Belonging (Grades 9-12)
British Columbia’s history is filled with stories of families—families of all shapes and sizes; families that have been here for thousands of years and families that have come from almost everywhere in the world. Together, we shape our diverse province. (Grades 9-12)
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