Grade 9 Aboriginal Education
Lists Canadian Aboriginal on-line resources, contacts and information on government programs and services, Aboriginal associations, businesses, organizations, bands, communities and other.
Decribes the national television network, the type of programming available, schedules and highlights of programs. There's something for all ages on this site.
This resource was created to provide instructional ideas in a ready-to-use lesson format for Kindergarten to Grade 12 Social Studies.
Teachers may use the lessons and any of the activities in the given format or adapt them to suit their needs.
Describes the mandate and services of the AFN and links to other programs and services to First Nations in Canada.
Assembly of First Nations - Assembl饠des Premi貥s Nations
Hundreds of useful links collected and organized into Canadian and American.
This "Theme Page" has links to curricular resources (information, content...) to help students/teachers learn about the History of First Nations People.
Interviews with Our Elders
There are over 300 web pages on this site.
Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
The internet can be an overwhelming and often frustrating source of information. The links to below have been carefully selected because of their proven usefulness.
SCHOOL OF NATIVE STUDIES
Storytelling. At base that is what American Indian authors and poets are doing -- storytelling.
The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre has a Keeping House that will display paintings and artifacts from our First Nations people. The Keeping House Project is a step towards the future for showcasing our First Nations creative talents.
The history of treaty process in Canada has gone through several stages. This activity will give students the opportunity to look at a range of treaties from the period of New France to the present. They will analyze these primary sources (historical documents) and draw conclusions about what was really intended or hoped for in these treaties - and whether these hopes were realized. They will make a presentation of their findings and contribute to a timeline of documents and events.
Resources that have been created at the University of Saskatchewan to help further enhance the understanding of the Native Culture.