Welcome to 4 Seasons of Reconciliation

Grade 9 Canadian Identity !!!!course Number!!!! 

 

This unit is developed specifically for the grade 10 History course and incorporates in-class learning with multi-media, along with useful online components. All instructors teaching this course have access to this Teacher Portal, which includes all the course materials needed for the classroom. The Portal includes as Professional Development Section which can be shared with all staff to deepen their knowledge of 'Truth and Reconciliation' and provide additional classroom resources. Teachers also have access to the Student Section, which their students will log on to, complete their group project.

Please take the time to review the resource and save to your device all of the media content, PowerPoints and Teacher guide by following the steps below.

 

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WE WILL NOW TAKE YOU THROUGH 3 SIMPLE STEPS TO DOWNLOAD THE UNIT PRIOR TO REVIEWING IT. STEP 1 TO 3 IS A DOWNLOAD EXERCISE - GATHER YOUR MATERIALS THEN IN STEP 4 AND 5 YOU CAN EXPLORE VIDEOS ABOUT THIS UNIT AND HEAR FROM EDUCATORS, EXPERTS AND THE INDIGENOUS ADVISORY CIRCLE AS WELL AS VISIT THE STUDENT PORTAL AND YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PORTAL. 

WE SUGGEST YOU GTHER YOUR MATERIALS IN STEP 1 TO 3 DURING ONE VISIT AND STEP 4 TO 6 AT YOUR CONVENIENCE

* STEP 1  AND STEP 2 ETC. CREATE INFO GRAPHIC SO THEY CAN SEE STEP 1 TO 5


 
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Step 1 – Download the Teacher guide:

This foundational document will help you navigate the entire unit and its multi-media and PowerPoint elements found in your online portal. 

 
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The Week Long Unit

Monday - Module 1

Resources:

Watch the film from Productions Cazabon, 3rd World Canada (47mins) by clicking the link below. The film is part of the 'truth-telling' of the current reality of where we are in the continuum of reconciliation.  Password: endthirdworld

Outline:

Video CLip Here

1. Film Viewing Preparation - time:  5 min

2. Show Film '3rd World Canada': 47 min

3. De-brief & discussion: 20 min

4. Take-home assignment: 4 min

Total: 75 minutes

 
 

 

Tuesday - Module 2

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Module 2

 

Outline:

1. Acknowledge First Nations territory: 2 mins

2. Film discussion & ‘powerful questions’: 10 mins

3. PPT #1 'The Colonial Lens of history': 20 mins

4. PPT #2 'Wampum Belt Teachings': 15 mins

5. Ted Talk video: 16mins

Discussion & group project: 20 mins

Total: 75 minutes

 
 

Ted Talk link:

Follow the link below to view the additional multi-media content contained in Module 2 the Ted Talk 'America's Native Prisoners of War':

 

 

Wednesday

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Module 3

 

Outline:

1. Acknowledge First Nations territory: 2 mins

2. PPT #3 'We are All Treaty People': 20 mins

3. PPT #4 ‘What is Reconciliation in Canada?': 30 mins

4. Video "First Contact": 2 mins

5. Group project work time:  10 mins

Total: 75 minutes

 
 

First Contact link:

Follow the link below to view the additional multi-media content contained in Module 3 the short film 'First Contact' by artist Steven Paul Judd.

 

 

Thursday

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Module 4A

Download Module 4A PowerPoint:

PPT #5 'Student Reconciliation Movements'

 

Outline:

1. Acknowledge First Nations territory: 2 mins

2. Group presentations: 60 mins

3. PPT #5 'Student Reconciliation Movements': 8 mins

4. Prepare students for Module 4B: 5 mins

Total: 75 minutes


 

Friday

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Module 4B

Download Module 4B PowerPoint:

PPT #6 'Restitution in Canada':

 

Outline:

1. Students acknowledge territory: 2 mins

3. PPT #6 'Restitution in Canada': 5 mins

4. Reconciliation in your school: 10-15 mins

5. Talking circle & Visit from Elder: 50 mins

Total: 75 minutes


Professional Development Section

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Access the professional development section to learn more at your own pace. This section is divided into smaller topics which allow you to learn more about Residential Schools, Youth perspectives on Reconciliation, Aboriginal Heroes, Survivor testimony and more.

Student Section

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In module 1 students receive a handout which provides them access to the student log-in section of this website. Instructions provided lead them to browse the topic library and choose their top 3 choices for the group project. In groups they will work on a 3-5 minute Powerpoint presentation related to their topic preference (according to class size and dynamics).  Teachers are encouraged to browse the topics for their own awareness.