Aboriginal authors

Shopping and Banking Safely Online (2012)

This workshop presentation, updated in 2012, has been designed to help participants learn about online shopping; practise their shopping skills; and discover safe online practices.

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2012-08-27

Weaving Worlds: Enhancing the Learning of Aboriginal Students (2008)

This presentation is part of the Minerva Lecture Series, an initiative of the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL). The author is a member of the Lil’wat First Nation and holds the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledge and Learning at the University of Victoria in British Columbia.

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2011-03-08

Sharing the Gift: Aboriginal Literacy and Literary Artists' Gala 2009 (2009)

Final Report

The demand for Aboriginal books in schools, adult education and literacy programs is increasing. The goal of the Sharing the Gift: Aboriginal Literacy & Literary Artists’ Gala 2009 was to provide an opportunity for Aboriginal learners and Elders, as well as practitioners and educators in Saskatchewan, to celebrate, share, and be empowered about Aboriginal literacy and literature.

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2009-07-31

Annotated Bibliography of Aboriginal Books - Volume II (2008)

Pre-School to Adult

The NWT Literacy Council published its first bibliography of Aboriginal books in 2006. Since that time many new works have been created by aboriginal authors, illustrators and translators. This second bibliography contains new works as well as other works not included in the first listing.

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2008-06-13

Novel Study - Two Old Women (2007)

English 120

Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival is a great novel for the 120 level. It is approximately at the Grade 6 reading level according to the Fry readability score. In this story, the author recounts a story about hardship and triumph that has been passed on from mothers to daughters for many generations.

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2008-06-11

English 130: Nonfiction Study - Raising Ourselves by Velma Wallis (2006)

In Raising Ourselves, author Velma Wallis writes honestly and passionately about her people's struggle with alcoholism and cultural loss. This workbook is meant to be used in conjunction with the novel Raising Ourselves. It begins with a pre-reading section that sets the stage for reading the novel.

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2008-02-08

Continuing Ontario's Participation in Developing National Aboriginal Literacy Goals and Strategies (2003)

Aboriginal Literacy

The National Aboriginal Design Committee (NADC) began under the auspices of Beverly Anne Sabourin and Associates (BASA). In Phase I of this project, BASA compiled an inventory of basic and intermediate adult literacy programs sponsored and/or initiated by Aboriginal Peoples, and involving Aboriginal learners as clients. Phases II and III developed evaluation mechanisms of Aboriginal literacy programs.

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2005-04-29

Sharing of Legends (1987)

Women's Education des femmes, Summer 1987 - Vol. 5, No. 4

In this article, the author discusses Aboriginal story-telling and legends.

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2004-08-05

Dealing with Residential School: The Healing Process of an Adult Child (1992)

Women's Education des femmes, Summer 1992 - Vol. 9, No. 4

In this article, the author tells about being sent to a residential school for ten years at the age of six and the impact the experience has had on her life.

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2004-03-26

Writing Well (2003)

Adult Writing Contest

The Fort Resolution Community Writing Contest (Northwest Territories) for ages 15 – adult was held in February and March, 2003. Prizes for this contest were awarded by genre.

Included in this booklet are the contest-winning entries for best essay, the best poem and the best narrative story.

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2003-01-01

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