English Language Arts
This DVD offers a glimpse into a Grandfathers traditional tellings to his Grandson.
You can find it on YouTube or click HERE to access details on the resource and where you can order you own copy.
Spoken Language: First Voices
This resource will take you to local traditional songs, language, and stories. Click HERE to access the resource and explore through. Take note of the links on the right to access all resources.
To access all resources click HERE
Numerous resources to support explorations, creativity, design, structure, etc.
Lori’s Book Blog – Book reviews for Elementary-Secondary
A great site if you are looking for book ideas for your students – elementary to secondary. Lori is an avid reader and has reviewed hundreds of books on a variety of themes. Check out her blog here: Book Reviews for Teachers, Librarians, Parents, Students
Unite for Literacy
Please access Unite for Literacy Library resource HERE
This is a literacy resource that allows students and teachers to listen and read along at the same time. It is a free online resource!
ERAC: Suggested Resources
Here is a site that provides suggestions on vetted resources for teachers that relate to the New Curriculum.
Click HERE please for access.
Please click HERE to access their site.
Strong Nations has a variety of resources for all reading levels. Their resources provide opportunities for teachers and students to explore and learn across disciplines.
Here is a great new novel that just came out,
click HERE to access details on this novel.
iWonder 8 and 9 Resource
McGraw Hill has developed an inquiry based anthology for grades 8 and 9.
Overall, iWonder 9 is a new, engaging series published specifically to support the new British Columbia English Language Arts 8 curricula. This resource is designed around an inquiry framework, with a definition of inquiry in student-friendly language and a detailed graphic organizer showing an inquiry process.
Access the site HERE
Moving Forward: A Collection About Truth and Reconciliation
McGraw Hill created this new anthology called Moving Forward: A Collection About Truth and Reconciliation. This 88 page collection is comprised of short stories, poems, essays, and art created by First Nations, Inuit, and Metis authors and artists on the topics of truth and reconciliations as they relate to residential schools.
New Gord Downie work devoted to First Nations boy who died running away from residential school
Access the CBC article HERE
CBC: A Reconciliation Reading List
Access the list HERE