Written by Anishinaabe educator Reuben Boulette, this guide includes lesson plans specific to each book in the A Girl Called Echo series, original articles about the history of the Métis Nation and their fight for sovereignty, and activities that introduce students to the critical study of graphic novels and sequential art.
This guide for all grade levels helps teachers engage students in intergenerational learning and authentic experiences. Find educator resources and inspirations, guidance on how to use the S?'ad'a principles, the significance of this series to Haida cultural resurgence, and critical perspectives on the impact of colonialism.
Written by Anishinaabe educator Christine M'Lot, this guide offers 12 lessons that support teachers in introducing students to Indigenous history and culture, exploring acts of sovereignty and resiliency, infusing Indigenous pedagogical practices, and incorporating the This Place CBC podcast when studying the graphic novel.
This guide supports teachers of grades 9–12 in using Sugar Falls: A Residential School Story with students. Find ideas for planning lessons throughout the reading process, infusing Indigenous pedagogical practices, creating dynamic learning experiences, and using trauma-informed practices to prepare students for sensitive topics.