Meeka Noelle Morgan, M.A., an intergenerational survivor of the Residential School uses poetry to voice to her communities experience.
Lesson One Reflections on Residential School Creative Response
Students will use information that they have read, heard, or viewed to develop creative works as response activities.
This story introduces traditional names and can be integrated as a component of a short story unit.
Lesson One integrates as a component of a short story unit.
These stories explore creation stories from different communities.
Lesson Analyzing and Understanding Creation Stories
This lesson is designed to develop personal responses to materials and support their responses with reasons, examples, and details. demonstrate pride and satisfaction in using language to express their thoughts, ideas, and feelings in various written, oral, visual, and electronic forms.
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Lesson One Writing and Representing
Students use writing and representing to critique, express personal responses and relevant opinions, and respond to experiences and texts.
This is a story about the dangers that exist in the environment and risks associated with being alone in nature. It also speaks to how community can work together to overcome challenges.
Lesson 1 Reading & Viewing – Time 3 to 4 Sessions
Lesson 2 Writing and Representing – Time 3 to 4 Sessions