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The primary and elementary Métis awareness program [kit] : a multimedia social studies program for grades 1 to 4 /
by Rene Inkster.
imprint
Mission, B.C. : Inkster House Educational Services, [2006], c2004.
description
1 binder (401 p. : ill.), 1instructional DVD (70 min.), 32 (black line master) colouring book pages, 5 cutout pages, 1 writing practice page, 1 audio CD, 8 craft plastic bags [button spinner bag (2 buttons [yellow, blue], 1 long string), flat braid bracelet bag (2 strips of yarn [blue, red]), rhythm sticks bag (2 eye screws, 2 pieces of dowling, 6 strips of yarn [yellow, red, green, blue, white, black]), flag bag (2 small sheets of paper [blue, white with infinity sign], 1 wooden coffee stirer), one-way woven key fob bag (1 split ring, 6 strips of wool [2 white, 2 yellow, 2 blue]), tuppie bag (12 felt pieces [1 large black, 1 large red, 2 yellow, 2 pink, 2 orange, 2 light green, 2 dark green]), bookmarks bag (1 piece of hide, 3 ribbons [green, light blue, green]), mitts on a string bag (4 felt mitts [green], 2 felt flowers [pink], 3 strips of yarn [white, green, blue])]; contained in an expansion file.
ISBN
0978098900
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imprint
Mission, B.C. : Inkster House Educational Services, [2006], c2004.
isbn
0978098900
general note
Audio CD: Fiddling the Métis way (34:45 min. : 12 cm.). Calvin Vollrath & Patti Lamoureux for the PEMA Program. Engineered and recorded at St. Paul, Alberta, September, 2004. ©2005 PEMA project and Mission Community Services Society.
DVD demonstrates Métis dancing, different games, and weaving techniques. Includes feedback from participants.
abstract
"This curriculum, the first of its kind, is eagerly sought and used by Fraser Valley school districts and schools as a generalist teacher's classroom resource. It includes an ambitious number of student learning objectives for 10 different subjects. Although the program's primary purpose is to inform other Canadians about a little known Aboriginal culture, it has a distinctly multicultural flavour, and is aimed at helping both teachers and students become informed. Because there is so little educational material about the Mťis culture available for teachers, the PEMA Program is also being used in intermediate classrooms, with a great deal of teacher feedback about how easy it is for them to use and adapt the program to their needs. The most important feature about all the material covered, is that the information covered in the program is Mťis authored and recommended."--Canadian Education Association (www.cea-ace.ca)
catalogue key
6039082
 
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