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Canada’s First Peoples before European contact
September 26, 2017 6pm – 6:30pm ET
This webinar will provide a historical overview of Canada’s First Peoples before European contact. Including many aspects of each group of peoples by arrival, locations, languages, Nations, environment, and housing; food, hunting, and tools; transportation and migration; religion, ceremonies, arts, and clothing; family, social structure, and leadership; as well as tribal relations and war. This lesson is suitable for NAC 2O – Identities and Cultures: From Time Immemorial and/or CGC 1P – Reflecting Our Diverse Cultures.
Participants will learn…
Presenter: Marcia Lewis has been a teacher at Hagersville Secondary School for 18 years. She is qualified in and teaches the subjects of Grade 9 Applied and Academic Geography, Grade 11 College English and Contemporary Aboriginal Voices, Grade 10 Open Aboriginal Peoples of Canada, and Grade 11 Workplace Aboriginal Beliefs, Values, and Aspirations.
Webinars will resume in August. Please explore our webinar recordings and lesson plans.