tfyi0qox08c-jay-mantri.jpg

module 5

 
 
Module5_Orange.png
 
 
 

Residential Schools: 

In this module we follow the creation and implementation of the Residential school system in Canada. We discuss the contemporary inter-generational trauma caused by the Residential school system and the creation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the creation and implementation of the Residential school system in Canada.

  • List the physical and psychological trauma experienced by First Nations, Metis and Inuit children in residential schools.

  • Understand the impact of intergeneration-trauma on Indigenous communities caused by residential schools.

  • Learn from the first-hand accounts of survivors of the residential school system.

  • Learn about an International landmark settlement and the contribution of the ‘Truth and Reconciliation Commission’.

 

Slideshow:

Residential Schools

View the following slides before proceeding to the unit quiz.

To get a printable PDF version of these slides, use the download link below. 


Video: 

Residential Schools

View the following video before proceeding to the unit readings. Duration: 8:11 mins.

Please allow a few moments for the video to buffer until it is ready to play (depending on the speed of your internet).

 
 

Module Quiz

To complete Module 5: Take the quiz (4 questions)

 

Bonus viewing:

Trailer for Waniska - An Awakening of Indigenous Knowledge which features Margaret Reynolds (Residential School Survivor featured above) and other Survivors who created this film. Directed by the Elders of First Nations University and Produced by the creative team of '4 Seasons of Reconciliation' - Productions Cazabon Duration: 2:00 mins.

Watch full documentary in the bonus video library