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Aboriginal Education Discussion

Postby lphillip » Thu Nov 03, 2011 9:46 am

Aboriginal Education Discussion/Sharing Session
November 10, 2011 @ WL Seaton- Room 102

10:30-12:00 Session 1: K-Grade 5
Aboriginal Education Department teachers invite K-Grade 5 teachers to join us in a discussion on teaching Aboriginal content and addressing Aboriginal-specific learning outcomes.
-Concerns that you might have about teaching Aboriginal content?
-Concerns about teaching Aboriginal students?
-Questions about Aboriginal protocol in the classroom?
-Questions about resource selection?
Also, following the discussion there will be a sharing session so please bring a book or two that you use (or are thinking about using) to address this English Language Arts learning outcome (same learning outcome for Grades 3-5)
B1 read fluently and demonstrate comprehension of a range of grade-appropriate literary texts, including
-stories from various Aboriginal and other cultures
-literature from Canada and other countries
-stories from a variety of genres (e.g., myths, fantasy)
-poems that make use of literary devices

1:00-3:00 Session 2: Grades 6-9
Aboriginal Education Department teachers invite G6-9 teachers to join us in a discussion on teaching Aboriginal content and addressing Aboriginal-specific learning outcomes.
-Concerns that you might have about teaching Aboriginal content?
-Concerns about teaching Aboriginal students?
-Questions about Aboriginal protocol in the classroom?
-Questions about resource selection?
Also, following the discussion there will be a sharing session so please bring a book or two that you use (or are thinking about using) to address this English Language Arts learning outcome (similar learning outcome for Grades 6-9)
B1 read fluently and demonstrate comprehension and interpretation of a range of grade-appropriate literary texts, featuring some complexity in theme and writing techniques, including
-stories from Aboriginal and other cultures
-literature reflecting a variety of ancient and modern cultures
-short stories and novels exposing students to unfamiliar contexts
-short plays that are straightforward in form and content
-poetry in a variety of forms
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Re: Aboriginal Education Discussion

Postby gellis » Fri Nov 04, 2011 8:36 am

way' I'll be threre. limlemt
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