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A History of the Ojibwe People: Ojibwe Culture and Literacy Exercise Workbook
Format: Paperback
  • The United Native Friendship Centre Literacy Program has developed this workbook for the adult learner to use.

    The workbook contains basic information about the Ojibwe culture and lifestyles specific to the Rainy River District. All of the information was obtained from the Ojibwe people in the Treaty #3 area.

    There are exercises that the adult learner can use to test his/her knowledge of information he/she has read. The adult learner can also try the literacy exercises within the workbook to test his/her knowledge of the English language.

    The workbook also contains local First Nation recipes, Ojibwe words and stories for the reader’s enjoyment.

$14.95

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An Anishnaabe Look at Exploring Measurement
Format: Paperback
  • The contemporary definition of measurement is finding the size, quantity, or amount of an object using a measuring tool. Some examples of measuring tools are a ruler, measuring tape, cup, thermometer, money, weighing scale and a clock.

    Anishnaabe people of Turtle Island also had notions of measurement that were based on quality rather than on quantity.

    This workbook is intended for the reader/learner to learn and practice the skills of measurement that are needed today. It will also help to build the reader’s knowledge and skills of measurement, and the reader can do the majority of the exercises on their own.

    This workbook will also give the reader the ability to further their understanding of measurement from a contemporary and an Anishnaabe view.

$15.95

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Cree: Language of the Plains (Workbook)
Format: Paperback
  • This workbook has exercises which provide practice with the concepts described in the Cree: Language of the Plains textbook, as well as dialogues about everyday situations which provide practice with conversational Cree.

$29.95

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Empowering the Learner 2: Native Literacy Workbook
Author: Brian Hawker
Format: Paperback
  • A multi-level workbook that accompanies Empowering the Spirit II: Native Literacy Curriculum.

    Each of the 30 chapters starts with a brief story about traditional First Nation teachings or contemporary issues and topics. The lessons provide learners with culturally based information that is meaningful, interesting and that strengthens and tests literacy skills.

$24.95

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Feathers of Freedom
Author: Sharon Bannon
Format: Paperback
  • Reading and writing are tools that can empower your mind and your life. They can help you become independent and self-reliant. The learning materials in Feathers of Freedom consist of legends and their teachings. There are also short biographies of some dynamic Aboriginal people that have helped to make our lives better.

    Good writing skills help you to convey your thoughts much clearer and will give more meaning to your writing.



    Embracing the holistic approach to literacy, this workbook incorporates spiritual teachings with reading and writing fundamentals and exercises.

    This literacy workbook focuses on issues and concerns that may be relevant to Aboriginal inmates and parolees of correctional institutions.

$15.95

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Fill It In: Working with Forms
Format: Paperback
  • Forms are very common today, but many people feel confused about them. Fill It In is designed for adults and teens who want to learn about filling out forms. The workbook contains paper based and internet forms that touch on work, personal and school life. It also explains many of the “rules” about forms that are sometimes not clear.

$29.95

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Fire and Water: Original Teachings & Today’s Duties
Author: Nancy Cooper
Format: Paperback
  • This resource will encourage learners to be self-directed learners and take initiative for interviewing each other and various members of the community. They will also be required to follow internet links and watch streaming videos to learn about various activities. Other activities include basic comprehension exercises, map reading, spelling, and writing skills building.

    CD-ROM included.

$24.95

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Sinew and Sage 1: Aboriginal Literacy Workbook Level 1
Author: Melanie Ferris
Format: Paperback
  • This book has been developed for learners of all ages. It is designed for people who are at ‘Level 1’ in their reading, writing, and understanding skills. No matter how you, as the teacher or the student, use this workbook, the activities will enhance your learning experience. They are easy to use and students will approach them positively as they practice needed reading and writing skills.

$10.95

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Sinew and Sage 2: Aboriginal Literacy Workbook Level 2
Author: Melanie Ferris
Format: Paperback
  • This book is the second in a series of workbooks.

    The book has been designed for learners of all ages, who are at an LBS Level 2 in their reading, writing and understanding skills. Level 2 is also equal to a grade three/four in Canada’s public school system.

    No matter how you, as the teacher or the student, use this workbook, the activities will enhance your learning experience. They are easy to use and students will approach them positively as they practice needed reading and writing skills.

$10.95

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Sinew and Sage 3: Aboriginal Literacy Workbook Level 3
Author: Melanie Ferris
Format: Paperback
  • This is the third in a series of workbooks. This book has been developed for learners of all ages. It is designed for people who are at “level three” in their reading, writing, and understanding skills. Level three is equal to about a grade five/six in Canada’s public school system.

    We believe that it is important to share stories and lessons about our culture. Today, many of these lessons that have been passed down from our ancestors are being lost. Many people lead busy lives and forget the traditions passed on from our grandmothers and grandfathers. We hope that you will learn about our people from this workbook.

    We have based this workbook on an important symbol in our culture—the medicine wheel. This is a circle that helps remind us to keep our life in balance. The wheel teaches us that when our life is in balance, we are living in a healthy way.

$13.95

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Sinew and Sage 4: Aboriginal Literacy Workbook Level 4
Author: Mary Shem
Format: Paperback
  • Sinew is a cord or thread that comes from the tendons of an animal’s body. Traditionally, deer, elk, moose, or buffalo were used for sinew. Sinew is extremely strong. It is used to make moccasins, bags, beadwork and many leather items.

    In this workbook series, sinew is like reading and writing. It is the strength that binds your life skills together.

    The spirit of this workbook is the cultural teachings and stories you will learn while doing the grammar lessons. Sage represents the spirit. Sage is one of the four sacred medicines used to create positive experiences. The smoke from sage is used to purify people and places.

    Sinew and Sage—strength and spirit.

$20.95

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Ten Legends Workbook: Ojibwa and Iroquois Legends
Author: Jim Tole
Format: Paperback
  • This workbook is a compilation of the previously published Oral Native History of Southern Ontario, by the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre.

    The readings and lessons provide learners with culturally based information that is meaningful, interesting and that strengthens and tests literacy skills.

    Each of the ten teachings are followed by the same type and order of activities. Repetition can be reassuring for new readers because there is a predictable pattern.

    There is an answer key included for all of the exercises.

$16.95

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The Story of the Seven Fires: Teacher’s Manual & Media Presentation
Format: Paperback
  • The Story of the Seven Fires features a one hour DVD and a workbook. Both items include a brief introductory description of how this project came about. The DVD is a version of the Seven Fires story as told to a live audience. In the manner of Aboriginal oral storytelling, the way in which the story is told serves many purposes. It invites the listener’s attentiveness, stimulates the imagination, causes one to reflect upon realities and issues, and massages one’s understanding of self by challenging perceptions and reworking memories. The workbook is the story in another format. Either of these tools can be used to enhance the listener/learner’s self-directed learning process.

    Woven together in the story of the Seven Fires are the hopes and voices of many Aboriginal teachers and community members, some of the spiritual and cultural teachings being revived by First Nations peoples, and pieces of collective history that influence present circumstances. The story uses metaphor, analogy, and archetype as mirrors to capture and reflect many concepts for the purpose of touching the minds, hearts, and spirits of a diverse audience. Symbols are used as tools to help the listener remember the ideas being shared. The examples were chosen so listeners can make their own links and connections between the past and present, the private and impersonal, the personal and political. The experience illustrates how storytelling can be part of a transformative learning process.

$49.95

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