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Atlas des peuples autochtones du Canada
Format: Hardcover
Text Content Territories: Indigenous Canadian; Métis; Inuit; First Nations;
Grade Levels: 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; University/College;

This is the French edition of Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada.

Indigenous perspectives much older than the nation itself shared through maps, artwork, history, and culture.

The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, in partnership with Canada's national Indigenous organizations, has created a groundbreaking four-volume atlas that shares the experiences, perspectives, and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. It's an ambitious and unprecedented project inspired by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action. Exploring themes of language, demographics, economy, environment and culture, with in-depth coverage of treaties and residential schools, these are stories of Canada's Indigenous Peoples, told in detailed maps and rich narratives.

This extraordinary project offers Canada a step on the path toward understanding.

The volumes contain more than 48 pages of reference maps, content from more than 50 Indigenous writers; hundreds of historical and contemporary photographs and a glossary of Indigenous terms, timelines, map of Indigenous languages, and frequently asked questions. All packaged together in a beautifully designed protective slipcase.

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Recommended for ages 13+.

Atlas des peuples autochtones du Canada includes a four-volume print atlas, an online atlas, an app, and more!

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322 pages | 10.50" x 12.75"

 

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De Temps Immemorial: Les Premiers Habitants de la Côte Nord-Ouest du Pacifique
Format: Paperback

From Time Immemorial provides an honest and up-to-date survey of the history of the coastal First Nations from pre-contact to the present. The culture of the coastal people was highly complex. Although there were many similarities, there were also many differences among the groups who shared the wealth of their life-sustaining environment.

This book provides a broad overview of traditional ways common to a large number of diverse groups. It encourages readers to learn more about particular groups who, long ago, walked the shorelines and forest trails of the Pacific Northwest.

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Décoloniser le Canada: 50 ans de militantisme autochtone
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Indigenous Canadian;
Grade Levels: 12; University/College;

« Je ne souhaite pas célébrer un Canada qui vole nos terres. » C’est en ces termes que s’exprimait Arthur Manuel à la veille du début des célébrations autour du 150e anniversaire de la Confédération canadienne, quelque temps avant de rendre l’âme le 17 janvier 2017. Ce cri du coeur d’une des figures les plus importantes du réveil militant autochtone des 50 dernières années illustre à merveille ce que ce mouvement cherche à nous rappeler quotidiennement : il est temps d’en finir avec la nature coloniale de l’État canadien.Fruit d’une collaboration unique entre deux grands leaders et défenseurs des droits des Premières Nations, soit Arthur Manuel, militant et intellectuel de la nation Secwepemc, et le Grand Chef Ron Derrickson, six fois élu chef de bande de Westbank et un des entrepreneurs autochtones les plus prospères et respectés au pays, Décoloniser le Canada est d’abord le récit de cinquante ans de militantisme autochtone. Cinquante années pendant lesquelles nous avons assistées au réveil autochtone venu rappeler le triste sort réservé aux descendants des premiers habitants de ce pays.Dans ce récit narré au je par Arthur Manuel, un des plus réputés et ardents défenseurs de la cause autochtone sur les scènes nationale et internationale, on revient sur son parcours qui fut étroitement lié à ce que l’auteur et essayiste John Saul a qualifié de « grand retour » des Autochtones et de leurs luttes sur la scène politique. Récit qui retrace le parcours personnel et militant de Manuel, c’est aussi le portrait du renouveau des mouvements de lutte autochtone au pays depuis les années 1970. De la Paix des Braves à la Déclaration des Nations unies sur les droits des peuples autochtones, en passant par le rapatriement de la Constitution en 1982, la crise d’Oka ou les importants jugements de la Cour suprême ayant considérablement renforcé les revendications des peuples autochtones, on y revisite de grands pans de l’histoire canadienne des cinquante dernières années. Ouvrage de vulgarisation historique écrit dans une langue vivante et accessible, il est la porte d’entrée idéale pour quiconque souhaite s’ouvrir aux réalités autochtones, mais aussi revisiter notre passé récent.Ce livre sage, éclairant et tout à fait accessible ne peut que renforcer et approfondir notre compréhension des questions autochtones. Comme le résume bien Naomi Klein dans sa préface : « Entremêlant l’histoire et la politique aux récits personnels d’une famille haute en couleur, truffée de chefs et de guérisseurs, Arthur Manuel propose un tableau unique du douloureux parcours qui nous a conduits au contexte actuel. Son livre offre également un cours intensif sur les notions juridiques et les droits fondamentaux qui seront de précieux outils dans notre marche commune. »

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Guide de la'enseignant(e) De Temps Immemorial
Format: Paperback

From Time Immemorial provides an honest and up-to-date survey of the history of the coastal First Nations from pre-contact to the present. The culture of the coastal people was highly complex. Although there were many similarities, there were also many differences among the groups who shared the wealth of their life-sustaining environment.

This book provides a broad overview of traditional ways common to a large number of diverse groups. It encourages readers to learn more about particular groups who, long ago, walked the shorelines and forest trails of the Pacific Northwest.

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The Teacher’s Guide provides support materials to meet 100% of the prescribed learning outcomes of the Grade Four Social Studies curriculum in BC with links to Social Studies IRP grade four learning outcomes and the Shared Learnings document. It contains detailed lesson plans, reproducible blackline masters, assessment strategies and tools and activities integrating theme across the curriculum (Science, Math, Art and Language Arts).

Table of Contents

Part One
Using the Student Text
Using the Teacher’s Guide
Your Social Studies Unit
Prescribed Learning Outcomes Charts
Setting the Stage


Part Two
From Time Immemorial
Chapter 1: Living Together: Villages and Families
Chapter 2: Living in Balance With the Sea: Fishing
Chapter 3: Living in Balance with the Land: Hunting and Gathering
Chapter 4: At Home by the Forest: Shelter and Clothing
Chapter 5: Travel in the Pacific Northwest: By Land, By Sea
Chapter 6: Living with the Spirits: Ceremonies and Beliefs
Chapter 7: Expressing a Culture: Art, Drama, Music and Games
Chapter 8: Living with Other Nations: Trade and Warfare
Chapter 9: Contact with Strangers: Explorers and Traders
Chapter 10: Living with the Newcomers: A Way of Life Ends
Chapter 11: Losing Rights and Freedoms: Legislation and Discrimination


Part Three
Appendix A: Blackline Masters
Appendix B: Assessment/Evaluation Tools
Appendix C: Annotated Related Resource List
Appendix D: Universal Declaration of Human Rights and First Nations RightsInfractions
Appendix E: The National Aboriginal Achievement Awards

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Le Cycle De La Vie/Recyclage Book w/CD
Artists:
Donald Gunn
Format: Coil Bound

This French version (text and song lyrics) was translated by Quebec biologist Sylvain Archambeault. The songs were performed by children’s choirs in BC, Alberta and Quebec. We’ve had many comments from French teachers about the artistic excellence of the songs. Le cycle de la vie/Recyclage fills a gaping need for quality, new songs and science education materials for use in French immersion schools. See English description for more details.

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