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Aboriginal Youth Identity Series: First Nations Contributions
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Skills, Attitudes
& Objectives

Introductory Activity
& Research

Materials & Creation

Presentation & Evaluation


Grade 10-12 - Materials & Creation


Poster board, construction paper, pencil crayons, glue, tape, stencils, scissors, research books, computer with internet, photocopier/scanner and anything else you think would contribute to the creative process.


After collecting all the information, have students turn in a brief biographical write-up so you can check the accuracy of the information. Only then should students be permitted to start creating their poster. Students should try to make their poster as visually pleasing as possible, while still communicating the required information.

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