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Authentic First Peoples Resources K - 9
  • Published by FNESC and FNSA, 2016 (2nd edition). 136 pages.

    For ordering hard copies ($15.00 per guide), please visit FNESC's ordering page.
    The annotated listings provided in this guide identify currently available authentic First Peoples texts that students can work with to meet provincial standards related to literacy as well as a variety of specific subject areas.

    The guide is intended to help BC educators introduce resources that reflect First Peoples knowledge and perspectives into classrooms in respective ways. The inclusion of authentic First Peoples content into classrooms supports all students in developing an understanding of the significant place of First Peoples within the historical and contemporary fabric of this province and provides culturally relevant materials for Indigenous learners in British Columbia.

    This guide lists resources (story and informational text) written for a student audience.

    The Resource Evaluation Process

    The annotated list of resources provided in this guide was developed by BC educators. As a part of the process:

    a resource evaluation tool was developed (see Appendix: Evaluation Form)
    FNESC issued a call to BC and Canadian publishers to distributors to submit materials for evaluation
    FNESC convened teams of BC educators to evaluate the submitted resources according to the criteria in the Evaluation Form.


BC - Authentic First Peoples Resources K-7
  • This resource guide has been developed by the First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) with assistance from the BCMOE and support from the Education Partnerships Program of AANDC.
    Date published: March 2012

    You can download this document in it's entirety under the category: Canadian Aboriginal Resource Lists - Elementary.
    Then go to the sub-category: BC - Authentic First Peoples Resources K-7 and you will find the download link in the header.

    Download the resource here:BC First Peoples Learning Resources: Books for Use in K-7 Classrooms


Bringing Métis Children's Literature to Life
  • Looking to incorporate more Métis history and culture into your classroom? Bringing Métis Children’s Literature to Life guidebook features six lesson plan clusters, highlighting 14 resources, which include:

    Who are the Métis?
    Métis Values-Good Medicine
    Métis Roots
    Entertainment Stories
    Métis Dance

    Click here to download the resource for this theme:
    Bringing Metis Children's Literature to Life


In Our Own Words K - 3

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