Integrating FNMI content into Grade 5 Social Studies

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Integrating FNMI content into Grade 5 Social Studies by Mind Map: Integrating FNMI content into Grade 5 Social Studies

1. GLO: 5.2 Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada

1.1. SLO 5.2.1: Appreciate the complexity of identity in the Canadian context: acknowledge oral traditions, narratives and stories as valid sources of knowledge about the land and diverse Aboriginal cultures and history

1.1.1. Technology integration idea: students can video conference elders to get their aboriginal culture, oral traditions and stories told to them personally

2. GLO: 5.2 Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada

2.1. SLO 5.2.2: Examine, critically, the ways of life of Aboriginal peoples in Canada by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues: What do the stories of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples tell us about their beliefs regarding the relationship between people and the land?

2.1.1. Technology integration idea: students can use laptops to do a creative project that demonstrates their knowledge of the relationship First Nations people had with their land

3. GLO: 5.2 Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada

3.1. SLO 5.2.2 examine, critically, the ways of life of Aboriginal peoples in Canada by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues: How are the Aboriginal cultures and ways of life unique in each of the western, northern, central and eastern regions of Canada?

3.1.1. Technology integration idea: Students can use the laptops or iPads to watch videos online about the Aboriginal culture and ways of life that were unique in each region of Canada

4. GLO: 5.1 Physical Geography of Canada

4.1. SLO 5.1.1: Value Canada’s physical geography and natural environment: appreciate how the land sustains communities and the diverse ways that people have of living with the land

4.1.1. Technology integration idea: Students can use laptops to search for ways that indigenous people appreciated their land, how they treated their land, and how they lived on their land