Students will be provided with a handout regarding the Medicine Wheel and its teachings.Students will be able to do a variety of large and small group activities discussing the teachings of the Medicine Wheel.
The Three States of Water: 1. Solid: When the temperature of water is lower than freezing (snowflakes, ice) 2. Liquid: When water is between freezing and boiling 3. Gas: When water exceeds its boiling point
Students will be able to understand Aboriginal science perspectives through Dr. Jim Morin’s analytical perspective regarding indigenous knowledge. Student will be able to identify the four components of Traditional Knowledge and provide examples.
Students will be able to compare and contrast their foreign treaty with that of the spirit and intent of treaty 4 or 6. Students will begin to understand that First Nations had little choice but to surrender their lands and sign treaties.