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Secondary -- Grades 8 to 12



SUBJECT:Social Studies
GRADE:11
TITLE:The Team Game
TOPIC:Self Government and the Indian Act - "The Team Game" will portray paternalism and inequality.
RATIONALE:The Indian Act of 1876 has caused inequities between native and non-Native people. Self-government would help to alleviate the inequality.
AUTHOR:Bob Gronowski
NATION REPRESENTED:


SUBJECT:Social Studies
GRADE:11
TITLE:Background - The Indian Act
TOPIC:Defining paternalism under the 1876 Indian Act.
RATIONALE:The Indian Act of 1876 has caused inequities between native and non-Native people. Self-government would help to alleviate the inequality.
AUTHOR:Bob Gronowski
NATION REPRESENTED:


SUBJECT:Social Studies
GRADE:11
TITLE:Comparing Self-Government Processes
TOPIC:Defining self-government practices using a comparison of the Nisga'a and Westbank First Nations.
RATIONALE:The Indian Act of 1876 has caused inequities between native and non-Native people. Self-government would help to alleviate the inequality.
AUTHOR:Bob Gronowski
NATION REPRESENTED: