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Aboriginal Youth Identity Series: First Nations Contributions
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Grade 10 - Outcomes

General Outcome

Students will demonstrate an understanding of Aboriginal art forms, oral tradition and literature.

Students will have a firmer grasp of related concepts that include cultural transmission, values, beliefs, symbolism, analogy, diversity, cultural expression, holistic, integration, interpersonal relationships.

Specific Outcomes

Interpret and recognize significant oral symbolism and expressions

  • Explore the lives, experiences and values of Aboriginal authors through their writings
  • Examine contributions made by Aboriginal authors

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