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ERIC Number: ED141030
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Social Studies: Indians of Canada. Curriculum Unit on Indians of Canada for the Fifth Grade.
Goodleaf, Wanda; Carrier, Romain
Designed to provide units of study that would be: relevant to American Indian students, a contribution to the eradication of misconceptions and fallacies associated with the Indian, and materials that are easily accessible and easily incorporated in existing educational programs, this social studies curriculum unit on Indians of Canada presents the following units of study for fifth graders: (1) Eastern Woodland Indians (map, Algonkian and Iroquoian; homes, including illustrations; cooking utensils; transportation; tools; weapons; music; games; and religion); (2) The Prairie Indians (map; hunting; weapons and tools, including illustrations; transportation; cooking; homes; and clothing); (3) British Columbia Indians (map; the British Columbia interior; hunting and weapons; fishing; tools; homes; and clothing); (4) Indians of the Pacific Coast (map; fishing; homes; transportation; clothes; social life; and art); (5) Comparative Illustrations (tools, clothing, musical instruments, etc.); (6) Activities (for Canada in general and for Woodland, British Columbia, and the Prairie Indians); and (7) Bibliography (15 citations). Each unit of work also presents lists of films, filmstrips, slides, and television programs. (JC)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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