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Editor’s Note: You Must Read Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga

By Risa Gluskin

 

Embedding an FNMI Perspective in History and Civics Courses

By Jan Haskings-Winner

 

Birthday Box – a classroom project gives the gift of a birthday party to a child in northern Canada

By Sue Novak

 

Revised Social Studies and History Curriculum

By Raman Sarai

 

Fostering Civic Engagement Through Experiential Learning with YPI

By Charis Kelso with Kate Gatto

 

Starting From Scratch: Putting an Indigenous Lens on Canadian History in Grade 7

By John Myers

 

Grade 7 Lesson #4: Joseph Brant and the American Revolution

By Vincent Spano

 

Grade 7 Lesson #3: Society in British North America

By Cassandra Reda Gavin

 

Grade 7 Lesson #2: Perspectives on the Seven Years War and the Treaty of Paris

By Luca Schiavone

 

Grade 7 Lesson #1: British North America in 1713

By Jenna MacPhail

 

Conclusions and Suggestions for Grade 7 Unit

By John Myers

 

Lost Stories – an Interview with Ronald Rudin about the new website that highlights forgotten moments in Canadian history

By Scott Pollock

 

The Anne Frank Travelling Exhibition

By Julie Couture

 

Inquiry in CHW3M: Using Criteria and Testing Hypotheses

By Risa Gluskin

 

Three Book Reviews: Avro Arrow, Obasan, and Guns, Germs, and Steel

By Billy Rowe, Mary Kate Grey, and Christina Kompson

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