Aboriginal materials

Stories of the Mi'kmaq (2000)

Calvin Coish put together this collection of stories by various people of Mi`kmaq and Beothuk ancestry who share their stories and memories of what it was like in 'the old days'. These stories are interesting, easy to read and very often humourous!
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Calvin Coish
College of the North Atlantic
P.O. Box 745
Grand Falls-Windsor NF A2A 2M4
Tel: (709)489-4844/3064

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2000-01-01

Working Words: Employment Skills for Aboriginal Youth (1998)

Is it better for me to go to school or to look for work? If you do not know the answer to that question, this may be a good program for you. This booklet is about learning job skills and real schoolwork at the same time.

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1998-01-01

First Nations Literacy Theme Units (1996)

These First Nations Literacy Theme Units have been developed for First Nations groups in British Columbia who are working together to improve their literacy skills.

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1996-01-01

Teaching and Learning With Native Americans (1996)

A Handbook for Non-Native Adult Educators

This handbook helps non-Native American adult educators understand the culture and traditions of the Native American adult students they are working with. The cultural concepts and lessons which are cited in this manual have been divided into the following areas: Physical, Emotional, Psychological, Financial, Social, Employment and Experiential.

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1996-01-01

So You Should Know...Chi Ki Ken Da Mun (1997)

Percy Houle shares his wisdom of Aboriginal heritage, customs, beliefs, current issues, etc. This book, consisting of reading material and grammar exercises, is a collaborative effort by Linda North and Barb St. Goddard. It is intended to provide a starting point from which to launch into further study of the various topics discussed.

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1990-01-01

The Traveling Book (N.D.)

This book of stories was produced by learners from five different groups of northern Manitoba and is meant for learners. Chapter One was produced by the Flin Flon Community Adult Centre and The Pas Friendship Centre; Chapter Two, by the Ma Mow We TaK Adult Basic Education Program in Thompson; Chapter Three, by the YWCA Literacy Through Craft Program in Thompson; and Chapter Four, by the Swan River Adult Literacy Program.

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1990-01-01

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